Course Outline
PowerPoint - Basics
Versions 97/2000/2002(XP)/2003/2007/2010/2013

P.O. Box 225                 
East Petersburg, PA 17520-0225

Phone:717-560-3552
E-Mail:
Registrar@pceasy.com


Program Objectives: Students will learn the basic skills to begin creating effective presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint.

  • Introduction to PowerPoint
  • Starting PowerPoint
  • PowerPoint Screen
  • Screen Components
  • Menu Bar
  • Pull-Down Menu Conventions
  • PowerPoint Toolbars
  • Fixing the Menu Bar and the Toolbars
  • PowerPoint Task Pane
  • Creating a Slide
  • Tips for Saving Documents
  • Saving a Document
  • Printing the File
  • Opening a File
  • Saving a File With a New Name
  • Save Vs. Save As
  • Status and Scroll Bars
  • Views
    • Normal
    • Slide
    • Outline
  • Correcting Errors
  • Selecting Text to Change
  • Moving Around PowerPoint Slides
  • Undo Feature
  • Creating a New File
  • Slide Layout Task Pane
  • Auto Content Wizard
  • Switching to Other Opened Documents
  • Closing a File
  • Adding a Template to the Slides
  • Help Feature
  • Moving Text Boxes on the Slide
  • Enhancing/Changing Text Appearance

 

 

  • Formatting the Document
    • Bold
    • Underline
    • Italicize
    • Shadow
  • Changing Fonts and Point Sizes
  • Formatting the Document - Colors
  • Font Dialog Box
  • Changing Text Alignment
  • Creating Additional Slides
  • Copying Text
  • Format Painter
  • Creating a Bulleted Chart
  • Changing Bullets
  • Positioning Text Next to a Bullet
  • Placing Text Within a Box
  • Setting Line Spacing
  • "Piggyback" Clipboard
  • Moving Text
  • Using Spell Checker
  • Graphics
    • Resizing/Moving/Rotating
    • The Picture Toolbar
    • Deleting a Graphic
  • Creating Charts
  • Creating Organizational Chart
  • Changing a Template
  • Using the Slide Sorter
  • Slide Show
    • Running Manually/Automatically
    • Additional Slide Show Options
    • Running the Slide Show
  • Saving True Type fonts
  • Exiting PowerPoint

Course Outlines - PowerPoint Intermediate

Course Prerequisite

Must have Windows and mouse proficiency; Word processing experience helpful
(4 CPE Credits)

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