10 Minute Guide to Microsoft PowerPoint 2002 by Joe Habraken

By Joe Habraken

Simply because most folks wouldn't have the posh of sitting down uninterrupted for hours at a time to profit PowerPoint, this 10-Minute consultant specializes in the main usually used beneficial properties, protecting them in classes designed to take 10 mins or much less to accomplish. additionally, this consultant teaches you ways to exploit PowerPoint with no counting on technical jargon. as an alternative, it offers trouble-free, easy-to-follow motives and lists of numbered steps that inform you which keys to press and which suggestions to pick.

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Another view, the Slide Sorter view, enables you to quickly rearrange the slides in the presentation (and is similar to the Slides view that shares the pane with the Outline tab when you are in the Normal view). To change views, open the View menu and choose the desired view: Normal, Slide Sorter, Slide Show, or Notes Page. • Normal—The default, three-pane view (which is discussed in Lesson 2, “Working in PowerPoint”). 1 shows the Slide Sorter). • Slide Show—A specialized view that enables you to preview and present your show onscreen.

07 6378 CH06 10/22/01 3:23 PM Page 51 51 LESSON 6 Inserting, Deleting, and Copying Slides In this lesson, you learn how to insert new slides, delete slides, and copy slides in a presentation. INSERTING A NEW SLIDE You can insert a slide into a presentation at any time and at any position in the presentation. To insert a new slide, follow these steps: 1. On the Outline or Slides panes, select the slide that appears just before the place you want to insert the new slide (you also can insert a new slide in the Slide Sorter view).

4. The wizard provides you with category buttons for different categories of presentations: General, Corporate, Projects, Sales/Marketing, and Carnegie Coach. 2). To see all the presentations available, click the All button. 2 Select a category button to view a list of presentation types. PLAIN ENGLISH What Is the Carnegie Coach? The Carnegie Coach provides presentations that can be used to sell your ideas or motivate a team; they are named after Dale Carnegie, the motivational speaker and author.

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