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PowerPoint 2013 Essential Training with Jess Stratton


In this course, author Jess Stratton teaches the basics of creating, editing, and sharing presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint 2013. The course shows how to build a slideshow from scratch, or leverage PowerPoint templates and themes for quick construction. Jess shows how to add and edit text, images, graphs, video, and animation; format slides for consistency; and add speaker notes to ensure a smooth delivery. Plus, discover how to collaborate on changes and then share the final presentation via print, video, PDF, or email.

Topics include:

  • Touring the PowerPoint interface

  • Creating a presentation

  • Adding, removing, and rearranging slides

  • Adding and formatting pictures

  • Working with bullet points

  • Inserting tables from Excel

  • Adding shapes and creating diagrams

  • Inserting audio and video clips

  • Delivering your presentation

  • Reusing and sharing a presentation


Features

Subjects: Business, Presentations, Productivity, Computer Skills (Windows), Teacher Tools, Education, Student Tools
Software: Office, PowerPoint, Office 365
Author: Jess Stratton

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