Basic tasks for creating a PowerPoint presentation PowerPoint presentations work like slide shows. To convey a message or a story, you break it down into slides. Think of each slide as a blank canvas for the pictures, words, and shapes that will help you build your story. Using PowerPoint with PDF files - PowerPoint There are some uses of Portable Document Format (PDF) files that PowerPoint and PowerPoint support, and some that it doesn't. Here's an overview of what kinds of things you can do with PDF files in PowerPoint.
|Maximum Duration||1 Month|
|Module 1||Introduction to PowerPoint, Explore Windows, Backstage View, Create Presentation, Add New Slides, Adding Text in Boxes, Adding New Text Boxes, Deleting Existing Slide, Rearranging Slides, Adding Slide Notes, Managing Sections, Working with Outlines, Sidebars, Presentation Views, Setting Backgrounds, Slide Orientations, Saving Presentation|
|Module 2||Review Presentation, Adding Slide Numbers, Adding Header & Footer, Running Slide Show , Keyboard Shortcuts, Get Context Help, Copy & Paste Content , Copy & Paste Content , undo Edited Changes , Spelling Check-in , Content Translation , MS Powerpoint - Setting Language Type, Duplicating Content, Special Characters, Slides Zoom In-Out, Font Management, Setting Text Fonts|
|Module 3||Format Added Shapes, Adding Text to Shapes, Arrange Shapes/Images, Group/Ungroup Objects, Adding Audio & Video, Add & Format Tables, Add & Format Charts, Add & Format SmartArt, Add & Preview Animations, Add & Preview Transitions, Create a PDF File, Create a Video File, Create Image File, Printing Presentation, Broadcast Slide Show, Packaging Presentation, Setting Document Password, Email Slide Show|