Transcript: GOAL! STEP 4: if you wish to use a template, click on the "SAMPLE TEMPLATE" box. STEP 5: click on the template you want to use, depending on the purpose of your presentation. STEP 6: but, if you wish to use a theme, click on the "THEMES" box in the tabs. STEP 7: click on the specific template/theme you want to work with from the list of choices. STEP 1: open powerpoint. you will see a blank screen with two boxes in the middle of the scree. on of the boxes says "CLICK TO ADD TITLE," the other says "CLICK TO ADD SUBTITLE." STEP 2: on the tab at the upper left side of the screen, hit the "FILE" tab. STEP 3: on the vertical toolbar to the left, hit the "NEW"tab STEP 8: once your theme is loaded, click on the"click to add title" and "click to add subtitle" boxes and add the title and subtitle (if necessary) of your own presentation. STEP 9: after deciding on the title, click on the "new slide" button in the "slides" tab at the top. STEP10: continue adding information and pictures as you see that fit. STEP 11: once you are finished with your PowerPoint Presentation, go to "File>Save As" and save your file. STEP 12: when you want to view your presentation as a series of slides, click on the "slide show" tab or press F5. STEPS: CREATING A PRESENTATION POWERPOINT PRESENTATION
Transcript: getting to know a slide presentation Tips in Creating Presentation 5. A Microsoft Office PowerPoint template is a pattern or blueprint of a slide or group of slides that you save as a .potx file. Templates can contain layouts, theme colors, theme fonts, theme effects, background styles, and even content. It uses graphical approaches to presentations in the form of slide shows that accompany the oral delivery of the topic. What is Microsoft PowerPoint? 1. Task pane in powerpoint is found on the right of powerpoint presentation and displays so many option like getting started, powerpoint help, slide, new presentation, design templates, color schemes, animation schemes.Task Pane can be added using 'View -> Toolbars -> Taskpane' from the menu bar. Its HISTORY It is originally designed by the Macintosh and its first release is called the PRESENTER. This is developed by Dennis Austin and Thomas Rudkin of Forethought, Inc. In 1987, it is renamed into PowerPoint due to the problem of trademarks. 2. A PowerPoint template is a pattern or blueprint of a slide or group of slides that you save as a .potx file. Templates can contain layouts, theme colors, theme fonts, theme effects, background styles, and even content. You can create your own custom templates and store them, reuse them, and share them with others 4.Web PowerPoint template is a light free template for PowerPoint presentations that you can download for web projects or Internet projects as well as Internet PowerPoint presentations. The Parts of MS PowerPoint It is a program designed in creating presentations. It is debated to be beneficial for it is widely among different industries especially in both business and academics. And it is the most effective tool in lectures and seminars. 1. New Presentation Task Pane 2. Design Template 3. Templates with suggested content 4. Template on Web 5. Microsoft.com Template The Microsoft Power Point 3. A TE000127939 has all the elements of a design template plus a suggested outline for the presentation. You apply a content template when you first create a presentation, through the AutoContent Wizard. What are its elements? All About Power Point By this program, it allows user to choose the type of layout content in creating Presentations Familiarize the usages of the program Allow yourself to operate rather than letting others do it for yourself. In making presentations, choose slide designs that will make your viewers be interested on your topic
Transcript: Elaboration of presentation in PowerPoint Student:Daniela Elizabeth Siller Martinez Group:105 ID:2012680 PowerPoint PowerPoint is a very usful tool to create Presentations But, How can we elaborate a PowerPoint presentation? New Presentation New Presentation When we start session in PowerPoint, it is shown the main screen, from this cover you can create presentations with the option in blank or template. Applying a template 1- Click on File menu, select the option New 2- Select the type of template 3-Click on Create Applying a template Applying a a theme 1-Click on the File Menu and select the option new. 2-Select with a click in Themes. 3-Choose a Themes. 4-Create on the button Create. Applying theme Save a presentation After you finished your presentation on PowerPoint you can save your presentation in your files. It is important that your presentation has a name. 1- Click on the File menu, select the option Save as. 2- Open the folder where the file will be stored. 3-Type the name of the file and click on the Save button. Save a presentation
Transcript: Artifact: The Hunger Games created in 2012 Setting: The Hunger Games takes place in Panem (North America). In Panem, there are 12 districts, each providing resources for the capitol and the people of Panem. The actual hunger game is taking place in an arena just inside the capitol. Circumstances: Suzanne collins was watching Reality TV and a war channel and she then blended them together, including young people in her plot, the hunger games was created. Artifact: The song "revolution radio" by Green Day Released: October 7, 2016 Circumstances/Setting: the whole album is meant to reflect the current state of violence in the United States. Historical: also meant to show the affect of shootings around the United States. Theme: People can rebel in many different ways 1984: Every generation after World War II, because it has lots of allusions and relations to World War II and the Nazis, and it helps to spread lght on the dnagers of that time. The Hunger Games:Young adults/teens, because it targets violence and drama, but it is not for adults or for little kids. Revolution Radio: Teenagers/adolescents who listen to punk rock, adults who listened to Green Day growing up. These were targeted because Green Day appeals to the younger generations sense of anarchy and chaos, while they kept most of their same sound to appeal to the older generation that listened to them growing up. Occasion: Audience Purpose Occasion The theme means that people can rebel in many different ways including physical rebellion, but also things including thoughts or beliefs against the people or thing in charge. 1984: 1984 was written by George Orwell to inform others. He informs them of totalitarianism, and he informs them of his stance against it, because he has experienced it first hand. The Hunger Games: No purpose, just late night television inspiration. revolution Radio: The song was written to reflect the mass shootings in America and the narcissistic media coverage. 1984 Theme Triangle Occasion: Example: Winston not only rebels physically by having sex with Julia, he also commits thought crime against the party by writing in his journal. === Artifact: 1984 created in 1949 Setting: the fictional country of Oceania some time in the future. Orwell, having written the book in 1948 project this future as the year 1984. Oceania is one of three world powers; the other two are Eurasia and Eastasia. War with one or the other world power is constant. Circumstances: The events of World War 2 led to the creation of 1984 Era/Historical Context: This book was written during World War 2, so it takes some direct concepts out of the time period.
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Transcript: Saving a new Presentation for the first time New Presentation Dialog Box This window enables you to create a new, blank presentation: work from a template or theme stored on your computer or create a new presentation from an existing one. You can choose to create regular PowerPoint 2010 presentations, PowerPoint 97-2003 presentations, you can set as default save location of any accessible dirve, including not only folders on your hard disk. Arturo Lopez Caramon PowerPoint displays the save as dialog box so you can give the presentation a name before saving it. To create a blank presentation you have only to start Microsoft PowerPoint and if you want to select any other theme you have to go to the file tab and select new and below are the themes. Changing a slide's layout Power Point has a variety of built-in layouts that you can use at any time they are shown in the layout gallery as thumbnails, small pictures showing each avaliable layout. Choose the best layout fot your presentation. Choose a template that looks professional and does not have elements that will have distract the audience from getting your message. Saving a Presentation Adding text to a blank slide Using a temple as the basis for a presentation. You can easily add text to the slide, to enter text just clik the sample text in the placeholder. Creating a Presentation from Temple Working with save options Presentation Basics
Transcript: AI - "a file type created by Adobe Illustrator software commonly used to create logos and drawings which can be used at enormous size without a loss in quality." - Used for vector based drawings. Encapsulated PostScript EPS AIT FXG - created to make working between Illustrator and Flash more compatible. - two dimensional vector graphics - expands the capabilities of the SVG file SVG - "SVG images and their behaviors are defined in XML text files. This means that they can be searched, indexed, scripted, and, if need be, compressed." SVGZ [about 20% to 50% the original size] PDF - Like a printed paper, but can be interactive. - "Paperless Office" - Able to be viewed on various programs. - Cross platform capability, meaning the document is the same on both MAC and PC systems. - Not practical in all situations. GIF - not good for printing - small file size - practical for non-photographs - bitmap with 256 colors - can be used to create animations‘lossy ‘lossyJoint Photographic Experts GroupTIFFScitex CTTarga is used for video applications on the PC. TrueVision's Targa and NuVista video boards let you overlay computer graphics and animation onto live video. JPEG - "A digital image format commonly used in digital recording, for storing high-quality color and grayscale photographs in compressed bitmap form." PNG - 8 Portable Network Graphics - Does not have animation capabilities - Does not support CMYK so commercial printers can not use this file type. - "lossless" file compression PNG - 24 THE DIFFERENCE : - 24 is better for images because it can support more colors. It is more similar to the JPEG format - 8 is better for logos, icons, etc. PSD Use as a "working file" meaning this will give you access to all the editing layers and attributes. Many printers now accept .PSD files as well. JPEG - Best for digital photos - "lossy" photo compression TIFF - Universally known for commercial printing - "lossless" image storage so images are at the highest quality possible. - Files are very large - Compatible with virtually all layout programs IMP - Used for e-readers and mobile devices photoshop raw - Contains minimally processed data from the camera sensor - Sometimes known as digital negatives - Precise adjustments can be made in RAW before converting to a TIFF or JPEG - Creates a better image with less posterization BMP - Used for windows as a lossless way of file compression PCX - basically useless clip art associated file format PIXAR - Best for 3D work that would be used along with a pixar workstation Scitex CT - Associated with professional printing. You however need special hardware to export so you'll probably never use this being JPEG and TIFF are more popular anyways. TARGA Targa is used for video applications on the PC. TrueVision's Targa and NuVista video boards let you overlay computer graphics and animation onto live video. WHEN TO USE PNG ADOBE TERMINOLOGY EXPLAINED - Can have any combination of images, graphics, and text. (vector, bitmap, fonts) - Like an AI file, but more compatible with other programs. - Probably will not use unless specifically asked to by printer. Scalable Vector Graphics - High quality interactive web graphics ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CS6 - Supports better transparency options Portable Document Format SAVE AS? WINDOWS BITMAP ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS6 ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR SAVE FOR WEB - adjustable trade-off between storage size and quality Flash XML Graphics - Compression of images without loss of quality TAGGED IMAGE FILE FORMAT Adobe Illustrator - Similar to the GIF format but wider range of colors Compressed SVG file PHOTOSHOP DOCUMENT JOINT PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPERT GROUP Joint Photographic Experts Group Use PNG-8 over GIF for images with simple colors (logos, icons, buttons) Use PNG-8 over JPEG for images with simple colors (logos, icons, buttons) Use PNG-24 over GIF for photographic images Use PNG over JPEG when using alpha transparency Use JPEG over PNG for photographic images Use GIF for background transparency for older browsers (IE6 and below) Use GIF for animated GIFs Graphics Interchange Format
Transcript: How to make a PowerPoint presentation New presentation When starting a session in Micrsoft PowerPoint, it shown the main screen, from this window you can create presentations in two ways, starting from one in blank tremplate 1. Click on File menu, select the option New 2. Select the type of template 3. Click on Create Procedure to select a template: Theme or template Procedure to select a theme: 1. Click on File menu, select the option New 2. Select the type of theme 3. Choose theme 4. Click on Create 1. Click on the File menu, select the option Save as 2. Open the folder where the file will be stored 3. Write the name of the file and click on the Save button Procedure to save a presentation Save 1. Button used to send to the printer the presentation 2. Displayed box used to select the printer 3. It shows the preview of the presentation 4. In the section Setup are the displayed boxes where you can select the slides and the way they will be printed Print a presentation Print
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