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Microsot Power Point Tutorial
« on: August 25, 2012, 10:11:00 PM »
Microsoft power point is very essential to do any kind of presentation. If we can know about this we can prepare a very good presentation to present any kind of information in any kind of place. So, it is essential to learn about Ms. power point to be a successful candidate as a student and as a job seeker.

I am trying to post  all necessary tips to prepare a very good presentation with the use of Ms power point. I took help to prepare the posts from google.com, electricteacher.com etc.

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Re: Microsot Power Point Tutorial
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2012, 12:51:06 PM »
I am waiting for you post to learn new trick and tips.
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Re: Microsot Power Point Tutorial
« Reply #2 on: August 26, 2012, 02:23:09 PM »
There are a variety of ways of creating your PowerPoint presentation, and one of them is to start from scratch. In doing so, you are creating your presentation from a blank presentation, and you have much more flexibility over how it looks. In another tutorial, we will look at how to create a presentation using templates, i post the instructions to do it in later, but for now, to start from scratch click the File tab > New, and the following panel will be displayed (click the image to see a larger version).


Ensure that Blank presentation is selected. You can click on the thumbnail image to select it if it isn't, and then click Create (see hints in the image above). A new presentation based on a blank presentation opens for you to start work on. As soon as you can, save the presentation so you don't lose any changes.
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Re: Microsot Power Point Tutorial
« Reply #3 on: August 26, 2012, 02:32:40 PM »
Save Time And Effort By Using A PowerPoint Template

One way of creating a presentation is to start from scratch. However, you can save time and effort if you base your new presentation on a template. A template defines the background, font styles, colours and sizes for your placeholders, as well as selected bullets that match the template. Using a template means that you don't need to worry about defining those aspects yourself. PowerPoint comes with a number of stylish templates built in that you can use immediately, and you can download additional ones from office.com.

To create a PowerPoint presentation using a template, click the File tab > New, and the following panel will be displayed.


Clicking on a template category will display thumbnail images of all the templates within that category. When you find a template you like the look of, click on its thumbnail to select it and you will see a preview of it on the right of the panel. You can then click Create to create your PowerPoint presentation based on this template.


Sometimes you just can't find a template that precisely matches what you need, and in these circumstances, what many people do is use a template that is the closest fit and then modify it.

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Re: Microsot Power Point Tutorial
« Reply #4 on: August 26, 2012, 02:34:40 PM »
Download the power point animated templates from the following link :

http://www.smiletemplates.com/


Go to the link and download you favorite templates.
 
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Re: Microsot Power Point Tutorial
« Reply #5 on: August 26, 2012, 10:38:19 PM »
There are several reasons why you might need to open an existing Microsoft PowerPoint presentation instead of creating a new one. You might have previously saved an incomplete presentation and now need to dos ome more work on it. Alternatively, you might want to open a complete presentation and actually run it for an audience. Whatever the reason, opening an existing presentation is quite easy.

Start PowerPoint and then click the File tab > Open. The usual Open file dialogue box that you may already be familiar with opens and you use this to locate your presentation.


When you find your presentation, either double click it to open it, or select it and then click Open. The presentation will then open for you to either work on it or run it.

The keyboard shortcut for opening a presentation the same as that for opening existing documents in other Microsoft Office programs: ctrl-o.
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Re: Microsot Power Point Tutorial
« Reply #6 on: August 26, 2012, 10:44:00 PM »
Inserting Images In PowerPoint

To insert an image in PowerPoint, click Insert > Images. You can see hat there are four different types of image you can insert here, and we'll explore each one now.



Insert A Picture

If you have an image, for example a photo you have taken, on your PC's hard drive, you would click on the Picture button. Then you would navigate to the place on your hard drive where the picture was located and either double click on it or select it and then click Insert.

Insert Clip Art

When you click the Clip Art button, the Clip Art panel opens on the right of the workspace.


We can use this panel to search for Clip Art images of certain things. In the image above, I searched for "telephone" and found four related images. To narrow down the saerch, you can click on the Results should be drop down list and select one of the categories of:

    *Illustrations
    *Photographs
    *Videos
    *Audios

To insert a Clip Art image, click on it.
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Re: Microsot Power Point Tutorial
« Reply #7 on: August 28, 2012, 12:08:02 AM »
Adding New Slides To A PowerPoint Presentation

There are a couple of ways to add a new slide. In each way, the slide that is currently selected is important as the new slide will be placed after the selected one. This means that if you want to insert a slide before the end of the presentation, you will need to select the slide that appears before the one you want to insert. To select the slide, just click on it. You can select the slide in whichever view you happen to be using, whether it's Slides View or Outline View.

Once you have selected a slide, click Home > Slides > New Slide. You'll notice that the New Slide button is in two halves.


If you click the top half of the New Slide button, the default Title and Content type slide will be added. If, instead, you click the bottom half of the button, you will be able to select what type of slide is added.


Once the new slide has been added, you can click into one of the editable content boxes to make your changes.

The keyboard shortcut for adding new slides is ctrl-m.
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Re: Microsot Power Point Tutorial
« Reply #8 on: August 28, 2012, 12:15:05 AM »
Moving Slides With Keyboard Shortcuts

Another way to move slides around is to cut and paste them. Select the slide(s) you want to move and then right click > Cut. Select the slide that is positioned before where you want the slide to go and then right click > Paste. The slide(s) will appear after the selected slide. If you want to speed things up, you can use keyboard shortcuts: select the slide you want to move, press ctrl-x to cut it and then ctrl-v to paste it.

Dragging and dropping your slides is probably the easiest method to use.
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Re: Microsot Power Point Tutorial
« Reply #9 on: August 28, 2012, 05:45:06 PM »
Nice kibria.......You are doing really good!! This post will help the users definitely!!
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Re: Microsot Power Point Tutorial
« Reply #10 on: August 28, 2012, 10:21:56 PM »
The posts are very much helpful for novice to professional of Ms Power point. Thanks everybody for being with our online forum.
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Re: Microsot Power Point Tutorial
« Reply #11 on: August 29, 2012, 12:17:11 PM »
How To Format Text In Powerpoint

Most of the time, you will probably leave the text you type in your PowerPoint presentation as it is, without formatting it. However, sometimes you might like to style certain pieces of text so that it stands out.

To format some text, first of all select it. As you move the cursor, the mini toolbar appears as if by magic. The mini toolbar contains some of the more commonly used formatting commands that PowerPoint gueses you are likely to use. Using it, you can bold text, italicize it and do various other text formatting tasks, all at the click of a button. You will probably be familiar with all of the commands available on the mini toolbar, so we won't dwell on them.


If you want to apply more adventurous formatting, head over to the ribbon. When you select text, the Format contextual tab appears. On this tab are many different formatting functions. Let's get to grips with formatting text by running through a quick example.

Let's increase the font size and bold some text. To do that, all we have to do is select the text and then press ctrl-b. To increase the font size incrementally, press ctrl-shift->. You can keep pressing it until you get the right size, or select a specific font size from the ribbon. Click on the Format contextual tab and then click on the More button in WordArt styles.


Click on any kind of format form the above format.
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« Reply #12 on: August 29, 2012, 12:26:23 PM »
Inserting Sound In PowerPoint

Careful use of sound in your Microsoft PowerPoint presentation can do wonders to enhance it. However, it's easy to get carried away and if you are not careful, you may confuse and distract the audience too much from the message you are trying to convey. Bear this in mind and be careful to use sound clips sparingly. Used wisely, sound (and video) effects can quickly catch your viewers’ attention.

There are a few different ways to add a sound clip in PowerPoint.

Powerpoint Sound Clips

To insert a sound clip into your PowerPoint presentation, click Insert > Media > Ausio. You'll notice that the audio button is split into two. Click on the lower half of the button and you'll find the following options available to you:


Audio From File

This is the most straight forward option. If you have a sound file stored somewhere on your computer, use this option to navigate to it, select it and insert it. The icon representing a sound clip is inserted onto the slide you had selected.


While the sound clip is selected, you will be able to see the basic sound playback tools below the clip: play, rewind, fast forward and volume controls. You can also position the playback point to a specific place in playback using the timeline. The progress in minutes and seconds also appears to the right of the timeline, to let you know how far through the recording you've progressed.

While the audio clip is selected, you'll also see the Audio Tools contextual tab displayed in the ribbon, allowing you to perform a variety of audio tasks on the clip.


The Format tab mostly contains commands for use with video, but the Playback tab can be used with sound clips.

Clip Art Audio

You can use the Clip Art library to insert pre made audio clips in much the same way that you would insert Clip Art images. When you click The Clip Art Audio option, the Clip Art panel appears to the right of the work space but the Results should be selection list is set to Audio.


Type in the type of sound you need into the search box and press Enter or click Go. A selection of sound clips will be displayed for you to insert. Click on a particular clip and it will be inserted.

Record Audio

The record audio option gives you the ability to record your own sound clip within PowerPoint. All you need is a microphone to record your voice. When you take this option, PowerPoint displays a dialogue box that you can use to start and stop recording your voice. Type the name of the clip in the Name box and then click the round and red record button on the right. Stop the recording by clicking the blue rectangle button in the centre and start playback using the blue triangle button on the left.



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