If you want to customise the Handouts that you are planning to give to an audience, then it’s a good idea to send those Handouts to MS Word, where you have much greater formatting ability. This video shows you how.
You might want to print out the Notes that you have written in a presentation, or you want to print Handouts to give to the audience. This video shows you where to make those choices.
We’ve seen how to change the direction of an Animation such as we applied to our bullets, now let’s see how to change the direction of a Transition.
Transitions are the way that a slide appears onto the screen rather than the individual objects. We’re going to see how easy it is to apply Transitions.
Learn how to change the order that Animations appear onto the screen. We’ll use the bulleted text to show this, but it works in the same way for any items that you Animate.
When you choose ‘Fly In’ Animation, the bullets automatically arrive in from the bottom of the slide. We’re going to see how we can change that direction.
This video has been added as a demonstration of the affect of Animation on non-indented bullets, so sit back and watch as you don’t have to carry out any task!
If you use Indented Bullets in a presentation, the default setting for Animation applied is that it will take effect on all of the items at the same time. This video shows you the default Animation, then shows you how to change it.
You don’t always want to see Footers and Slide Numbers on the Title Slide of a presentation, so this video shows you how to leave them out, of that slide only.
The Theme we’ve applied is very ‘in your face’ colour-wise! Let’s see how we can make adjustments and tone down the look and feel of the presentation.
In a working scenario you will apply your ‘Company Template’ to your presentation, which is actually a Theme. We are going to apply a PowerPoint Theme to our Presentation. This video explains Themes and what they affect, and show you how to apply one.
Most users will be applying a Company Theme to their presentations. However, we do have the ability to apply our own backgrounds, if we need to. This video takes a quick look at where those backgrounds are – and how to apply them.
This video shows you how to use and add different types of Arrow Connectors and also how to put in a Text Box for rejection of ideas.
We’ve seen how the Ruler, Grid and Guidelines help with our Shapes and now we’re going to look at some of other ways provided to help with the alignment of our Shapes.
The middle photo could do with being cropped at the top and bottom to remove parts that are unnecessary. To use the Crop feature, we must first remove the Style.
The SmartArt Graphic that we’ve chosen doesn’t look as good as we’d like it to, so let’s take a look at some of the other Layouts and Styles that are provided for us.
If you already have the data typed up in Excel then you do not want to re-type it in PowerPoint. This video shows you how to bring in your information from Excel, to create a PowerPoint Chart.
If you want to ‘turn the data around’ in the chart – in other words the Legend becomes the X axis and vice-versa, then there is a button that does that. However, it can be a little quirky to get it working…
If you already have the data for your Table in Excel there should be no need to create it again in PowerPoint. Discover in this video how to place existing Excel data into a Table in PowerPoint.
If you have a Table already created in Word, you do not want to re-create it again, in PowerPoint. Learn how to bring that existing data into your PowerPoint presentation.
Easily adjust the size of the Table itself, then look at adjusting the Columns and Rows within the Table. When it all turns into a mess, see how to quickly fix it all up again.