POWERPOINT

 

Information on Microsoft Computer Training Courses in South Africa for Ms PowerPoint

 

MS PowerPoint

PowerPoint Level 1

Course specifications

Duration: 1 day

Course description

Overview:
Students will learn the basic skills necessary to begin effectively creating presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint.

Prerequisites:
Windows 95: Introduction; Windows 98: Introduction; or Windows NT 4.0: Introduction, or equivalent knowledge.

Delivery method:
Instructor-led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.

Benefits:
Students will learn how to create and edit bullet slides, use PowerPoint's drawing tools, incorporate clip art and WordArt, create and enhance organization charts, and create and edit charts by using Microsoft Graph.

Target student:
Students enrolling in this course should understand the basic concepts involved in working with a personal computer (PC). For example, students should be familiar with terms such as computer memory, data files, and program files. Students should also be familiar with the components that make up the PC, including input, output, and storage devices. No prior knowledge of PowerPoint is assumed.

What's next:
PowerPoint Introduction is the first course in this series. PowerPoint 2000: Advanced, the next course in this series, teaches students how to work with templates and multimedia, how to customize toolbars, how to use the AutoCorrect and Style Check features, and how to collaborate on the Web.

Performance-based objectives

Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Start the PowerPoint program, identify on-screen features, and navigate through a presentation.

  • Create and edit bullet slides.

  • Use PowerPoint's drawing tools to create a slide.

  • Incorporate clip art and WordArt objects in a slide.

  • Create and enhance organization charts, and create and edits charts by using Microsoft Graph.

  • Change the overall appearance of a presentation by using design templates and the Slide Master.

  • Run a slide show, become familiar with slide show options, and add notes to a slide.

  • Preview and save a PowerPoint presentation as a Web page and open a locally stored presentation in Internet Explorer.

Course content

Lesson 1:
Introduction to PowerPoint
Opening a Presentation
Exploring the PowerPoint Window
Exploring Different PowerPoint Views

Lesson 2:
Beginning a Presentation
Creating Title and Bullet Slides
Creating Slides in Outline View
Modifying Slide Text
Checking Spelling

Lesson 3:
Drawing Tools
Working with Drawing Tools
Working with Text and Drawn Objects
Enhancing Drawn Objects

Lesson 4:
Clip Art and WordArt
Using Clip Art
Inserting a Table
Using WordArt

Lesson 5:
Organization Charts and Microsoft Graph
Creating an Organization Chart
Organization Chart Options
Orientation to Microsoft Graph
Editing a Column Chart

Lesson 6:
Templates and the Slide Master
Selecting a Template
Changing Text and Bullets in the Slide Master
Removing Slide Master Objects and Adding a Footer

Lesson 7:
Slide Shows, Output, and Presentation Options
Slide Show Options
Adding Transitions and Animation to a Slide Show
Running a Manual and an Automatic Slide Show
Working with Notes
Printing a Presentation

Lesson 8:
Preparing Presentations for the Web
Using the AutoContent Wizard
Saving Presentations for Internet Delivery and Viewing

PowerPoint 2000: Level 2 (Millennium Edition)

Course specifications

Duration: 1 day

Certification
The combined content of the PowerPoint Introduction Advanced (Millennium Edition) courses satisfies the requirements for the Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) certification.

Course description

Overview:
Students will learn advanced features of PowerPoint, including customizing templates and the PowerPoint environment and making a presentation interactive by using hyperlinks and action buttons.

Prerequisites :
Windows 95: Introduction, Windows 98: Introduction, or Windows NT 4.0, and PowerPoint Introduction, or equivalent knowledge.

Delivery method:
Instructor-led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.

Benefits:
Students will learn how to enhance a presentation by using custom clip art, animation, and movies and work with embedded and imported objects by using Microsoft applications.

Target student:
Students enrolling in this course should have a working knowledge of PowerPoint, as well as a basic understanding of word processing and spreadsheet concepts.

Performance-based objectives

Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Explore design and template presentations, create their own template, and use their own template.

  • Insert and modify clip art, customize object animations, and insert a movie and sound.

  • Insert Office objects, create slides from an outline, and send slides to Microsoft Word.

  • Customize PowerPoint toolbars, explore customization options, automate slide production, and user AutoCorrect and the Style Checker.

  • Create hyperlinks, create interactive objects, work with slide show options, and use the Meeting Minder.

  • Explore the concept of online meetings, explore broadcasting a presentation, and explore delivering presentations.

Course content

Lesson 1:
Working with Templates
Working with Presentations
Creating a Template
Working with a Design Template

Lesson 2:
Working with Multimedia
Working with Graphics and Multimedia
Working with Animation
Lesson 3:
Working within the Office Suite
Inserting Office Objects
Creating Slides from an Outline
Sending Slides to Microsoft Word

Lesson 4:
Additional PowerPoint Features
Customizing PowerPoint Toolbars
Other Customization Options
Automating Slide Production
Using AutoCorrect and the Style Checker

Lesson 5:
Building Interactive Presentations
Creating Hyperlinks
Creating Interactive Objects
Working with Slide Show Options
Using the Meeting Minder

 
 

 

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