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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

ISBN-10: 0470577665
ISBN-13: 9780470577660
Edition: 2010
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Description: Fast, easy way to get the very most out of PowerPoint 2010Present your work in style in a PowerPoint presentation using the tips and techniques in this visual guide to PowerPoint 2010. It covers the basics, as well as all the exciting new changes  More...

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Book details

List price: $21.99
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 6/25/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.584

Fast, easy way to get the very most out of PowerPoint 2010Present your work in style in a PowerPoint presentation using the tips and techniques in this visual guide to PowerPoint 2010. It covers the basics, as well as all the exciting new changes and additions in a series of easy-to-follow, full-color, two-page tutorials. Learn how to create slides, dress them up using templates and graphics, add sound and animation, and more. If you′re looking for a practical, "show me, don′t tell me" guide to PowerPoint 2010, this is the book for you. Helps you create presentations with greater impact using PowerPoint 2010, the latest generation of Microsoft′s presentation software; PowerPoint 2010 is part of the new Microsoft Office 2010 suite of products Introduces PowerPoint 2010′s new features, including the new Reading View, new transitions tab, and a new screenshot function Shows you how to create slides, dress them up with templates and graphics, add sound and animation, and present in a business or Internet setting Features easy-to-follow, full-color, two-page tutorialsAdd more power to your PowerPoint presentations with this practical guide.

Getting Started with PowerPoint Basics
Introducing PowerPoint
Start and Exit PowerPoint
Explore the Normal View
Navigate PowerPoint Views
Work with Ribbon Groups, Commands, and Galleries
Hide the Ribbon Commands
Find and Use KeyTips
Using the Quick Access Toolbar
Resize the Notes Pane
Using Help
Changing PowerPoint Options
Introducing PowerPoint Options
Modify General Options
Change Spelling Options
Change AutoCorrect Settings
Change AutoFormat Settings
Customize Save Options
Modify View and Slide Show Options
Change Editing Settings
Work with Print Options
Customize the Quick Access Toolbar
Customize the Ribbon
Beginning with Presentation Fundamentals
Start a New Presentation
Save a Presentation
Open an Existing Presentation
Close a Presentation
Delete a Presentation
Arrange Presentation Windows
Find a Presentation
Writing and Formatting Presentation Text
Understanding Presentation Structure
Explore Text Formatting Options
Add a Slide
Delete a Slide in Normal View
Navigate Slides
Type and Edit Text on a Slide
Format Text Color and Style
Format Text Font and Size
Cut, Copy, and Paste Text
Format Bulleted Lists
Using the Spelling Feature
Using the Research Feature
Working with Outlines
Hide and Redisplay the Outline Tab
Understanding How Outline and Slide Content Relate
Enter Presentation Content in an Outline
Move Slides in an Outline
Promote and Demote Items
Collapse and Expand an Outline
Edit Outline Content
Insert Slides from an Outline
Working with Layouts and Placeholders
Understanding Layouts and Placeholders
Insert a New Slide with the Selected Layout
Change a Slide Layout
Using Layouts with a Content Placeholder
Insert a Table
Format a Table
Insert a Chart
Format a Chart
Edit Chart Data
Insert Pictures and Clip Art
Insert Media Clips
Insert a SmartArt Graphic
Edit SmartArt
Insert a Slide from Another File
Using Themes
Understanding Themes
Control Design Aspects with Themes
Apply a Theme to Selected Slides
Apply a Theme to All Slides
Apply a Theme to a Section
Change Theme Colors for Selected Slides
Change Theme Colors for All Slides
Modify a Font Theme
Modify the Background
Apply a Texture or Picture Background
Save Your Own Theme
Make a Theme the Default for New Presentations
Save a Template
Using Masters
Understanding Masters
Understanding Slide Master Elements
Open and Close Slide Master View
Remove a Placeholder
Insert a Placeholder
Add a Footer
Add a Date
Set Up Slide Numbers
Insert a Graphic in Slide Master View
Work with Multiple Masters
Insert a New Blank Master
Preserve a Master
Rename a Master
Work with the Notes Master
Work with Handout Master
Omit Master Graphics on a Slide
Create a Custom Slide Layout
Adding Graphics and Drawings
Insert Clip Art
Draw a Shape
Add a Text Box
Add Text to a Shape
Select Objects
Format Objects
Move Objects
Resize Objects
Flip and Rotate Objects
Apply a New Effect
Add WordArt
Insert a Hyperlink
Group and Ungroup Objects
Change Object Order
Using the Grid and Guidelines
Nudge Objects
Align Objects
Organizing Slides
Move a Slide
Copy and Paste a Slide
Delete a Slide in Slide Sorter View
Make a Duplicate Slide
Hide a Slide
Zoom In the View
Go to an Individual Slide
Change Slide Orientation
View Slides in Grayscale
Group Slides into Sections
Adding Action to Slides
Understanding Animations and Action Buttons
Apply an Animation
Preview an Animation
Add an Animation
Change Animation Effects
Change the Animation Trigger
Modify Animation Timing
Reorder Animations
Remove an Animation
Insert an Action Button
Introducing Transitions
Apply a Transition
Remove a Transition
Advance a Slide after a Set Time Interval
Add a Transition Sound
Set a Transition Speed
Including Media Enhancements
Insert a Picture
Add a Border
Adjust Brightness and Contrast
Adjust Color
Crop a Picture
Remove the Background from a Picture
Using Artistic Effects
Compress Pictures
Using Layout Effects
Insert Video Clips
Insert Audio Clips
Trim Video Clips
Trim Audio Clips
Insert a Screenshot
Finishing, Setting Up, and Running a Slide Show
Send a Presentation for Review
Add a Comment
Review and Delete Comments
Select a Show Type and Show Options
Specify Slides to Include
Rehearse Timing
Record a Narration
Run a Slide Show
Package a Presentation
Printing Presentations
Using Print Preview
Print Slides
Print Hidden Slides
Print Handouts
Print the Outline Only
Print Notes
Print in Black and White or Grayscale
Frame Slides
Publishing Presentations
Share Presentations
Compare Presentations
Make a PDF Document from a Presentation
Create a Video of a Presentation
Create Handouts with Microsoft Word
Save a Presentation as a Slide Show
Publish Slides as Graphics
Broadcast a Presentation
Finalizing and Making a Presentation
Get Ready to Present
Start and End a Show
Navigate Among Slides
Using the Pointer
Switch to a Different Program
Display Slide Show Help
Work with Presenter View
Work with Resolution

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