ITS 12p - Beginning Presentation Graphics
Prerequisites: Computer knowledge level equivalent to ITS 080.
Corequisites : None
Instructor Permission Required: No
Course Status: Approved
Techniques of visual presentation development via the use of a presentation software package.
Course Goals and Learning Objectives:
1. Create a presentation using wizards and templates
(a) Use the AutoContent Wizard and create new slides.
(b) Demonstrate understanding of design templates and the PowerPoint window.
(c) Save a presentation to a floppy disk
2. Text-edit and format a presentation
(a) Choose commands using the toolbars and menus
(b) Reverse edits using the Undo and Redo commands
(c) Enter, edit, and delete data in a datasheet.
(d) Promote and demote text within the slide.
(e) Delete text from slides.
3. Insert tables and charts in a presentation
(a) Create and format a table within a slide.
(b) Insert, crop, and scale a picture within a slide.
(c) Enter and format a chart within a slide.
(d) Set slide animation effects for slides with tables and charts.
(e) Embed and format an organizational chart.
4. Use graphic objects in a presentation
(a) Use Clip art, WordArt, and hyperlinks.
(b) Embed objects within a presentation.
(c) Animate charts and sounds.
(d) Use advanced drawing tools
5. Print and send a presentation
(a) Print selected slides.
(b) Print a single slide.
(c) Use the PrintWhat list arrow.
(d) Send a presentation by e-mail.
(e) Use the Pack and Go Wizard
6. Deliver a presentation
(a) Deliver a presentation while hiding selected slides.
(b) Deliver a presentation with multiple timings and transitions.
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