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Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 is designed to introduce you to the basic features of PowerPoint 2000 for Windows 95 and Windows 98. The lessons include practice exercises to work through as well as examples for creating documents in your work.

Lesson 1 introduces the fundamentals of using PowerPoint. It introduces the Office Assistant, covers applying design templates, entering text in the outline mode, selecting slide layouts, saving, viewing your presentation, and using the AutoContent Wizard.

Lesson 2 addresses editing text, adding, moving and deleting slides, and using the Slide Sorter view. You'll also explore printing options, learn to add text boxes and lecture notes, and change features like text size and object placement.

Lesson 3 shows you how to add clip art and other objects to your presentations. You will learn how to customize slide backgrounds. You'll also learn how to access a huge clip art collection on the World Wide Web.

Lesson 4 explores creating charts and graphs, and covers adding special characters, like scientific or mathematic symbols to your slides.

Lesson 5 teaches you how to convert a PowerPoint slide show to HTML for publication on the World Wide Web and covers adding hypertext links to your PowerPoint presentations.

Lesson 6 covers text transfer between Word and PowerPoint, creating a stand-alone slide show, hiding slides, and using transitions and build effects in slide shows. and three helpful writing tools. It also includes tips for creating better presentations.

Lesson 1: Beginning the Presentation

Module 1-1 Description and Objectives
Module 1-2 Why Use this Type of Software?
Module 1-3 Loading PowerPoint, Tips for New Users
Module 1-4 Starting Your Presentation
Module 1-5 The Microsoft PowerPoint Windowl
Module 1-6 Getting Help
Module 1-7 Normal View Mode
Module 1-8 Working in Outline View
Module 1-9 Saving Your Presentation
Module 1-10 Using the Slide View
Module 1-11 Playing your Slide Show
Module 1-12 More about Slide Templates
Module 1-13 Changing AutoLayouts in the Slide Sorter View
Module 1-14 Changing the Design Template
Module 1-15 Using an Existing Presentation
Module 1-16 Exiting PowerPoint
Module 1-17 What is Autocontent Wizard?
Module 1-18 Lesson 1 Summaries
Module 1-19 More Exercises and Questions

Lesson 2: Refining and Printing the Presentation

Module 2-1 Description and Objectives
Module 2-2 Making Changes to a Presentation
Module 2-3 Using the New Office Clipboard
Module 2-4 Modifying your Presentation
Module 2-5 Duplicating a Slide
Module 2-6 Adding Slides
Module 2-7 Working in the Slide Sorte
Module 2-8 The Formatting Toolbar
Module 2-9 The Ruler
Module 2-10 Adding Special Text Boxes
Module 2-11 Adding Lecture Notes
Module 2-12 Printing Options
Module 2-13 Lesson 2 Summaries
Module 2-14 More Exercises and Questions

Lesson 3: Working with Images and Backgrounds

Module 3-1 Description and Objectives
Module 3-2 Adding Images
Module 3-3 Image Resolution
Module 3-4 Placing an Image
Module 3-5 Resizing Clip Art
Module 3-6 Images from Other Sources
Module 3-7 The Picture Toolbar
Module 3-8 Cropping Clip Art
Module 3-9 The Drawing Toolbar
Module 3-10 Adding Objects
Module 3-11 Layering Objects
Module 3-12 Modifying Object Attributes
Module 3-13 Grouping Objects
Module 3-14 Working with Slide Masters
Module 3-15 Modifying the Background
Module 3-16 The Microsoft Clip Gallery Live
Module 3-17 Lesson 3 Summaries
Module 3-18 More Exercises and Questions

Lesson 4: Creating Charts, Tables, Equations, and Special Characters

Module 4-1 Description and Objectives
Module 4-2 Creating Charts
Module 4-3 Creating a Data Chart
Module 4-4 Hiding and Displaying Data
Module 4-5 Refining Data Charts
Module 4-6 Formatting Data Charts
Module 4-7 Resizing Charts
Module 4-8 Creating a Pie Chart
Module 4-9 Tweaking the Pie Chart
Module 4-10 Organization Charts
Module 4-11 Organization Chart Basics
Module 4-12 Formatting an Organization Chart
Module 4-13 Creating Simple Tables
Module 4-14 Formatting Tables
Module 4-15 Adding Special Characters
Module 4-16 Adding Equations
Module 4-17 Equation Basics
Module 4-18 Lesson 4 Summaries
Module 4-19 More Exercises and Questions

Lesson 5: Creating Live, Stand-alone, and Web-based Slide Shows

Module 5-1 Description and Objectives
Module 5-2 Special Features for Live Demonstrations
Module 5-3 Transitions in the Slide Sorter View
Module 5-4 Applying Text Animation Effects
Module 5-5 Applying Custom Animation Effects
Module 5-6 Animating Bullets
Module 5-7 Printing Slides with Animation Effects
Module 5-8 Including Hyperlinks
Module 5-9 Hiding Slides
Module 5-10 Creating Stand-alone Presentations
Module 5-11 Creating an HTML Version of Your Presentation
Module 5-12 Creating HTML Presentations
Module 5-13 Presentations Optimized for IE 4.0 or Higher
Module 5-14 Files Produced
Module 5-15 Saving Slides as Graphics
Module 5-16 Lesson 5 Summaries
Module 5-17 More Exercises and Questions

Lesson 6: Concluding Tips

Module 6-1 Description and Objectives
Module 6-2 Special Features for Slide Shows
Module 6-3 Interfacing PowerPoint with Other Applications
Module 6-4 Exporting a Text Outline to a Word Processor
Module 6-5 A Special Transport Method for Word 2000 Users
Module 6-6 Copying a Graph to a Word Processing Document
Module 6-7 Importing Chart Data
Module 6-8 Writing Tools
Module 6-9 Presentation Design Tips
Module 6-10 Tips for Presentation Graphics
Module 6-11 Lesson 6 Summaries
Module 6-12 More Exercises and Questions

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