PowerPoint 2003 Just the Steps For Dummies
- Offers an easy-to-navigate design featuring a two-column landscape layout loaded with step-by-step instructions and illustrations to help readers get up to speed fast on key PowerPoint tasks-and create effective and striking presentations
- Covers creating a new presentation, resizing or moving an object, duplicating a slide, using the outlining toolbar, and adding notes to a slide
- Shows how to print a presentation, set up a slide show, work with pictures and clip art, color text and objects, modify the slide master, create a template, insert a diagram or chart, add sound and video, and much more
Part I: Creating A Presentation.
Chapter 1: Getting Started with PowerPoint.
Chapter 2: Customizing the PowerPoint Interface.
Chapter 3: Building Your Presentation and Adding Content.
Chapter 4: Basic Editing Techniques.
Chapter 5: Advanced Editing and Formatting.
Chapter 6: Working with Masters.
Part II: Adding Visual Interest to Slides.
Chapter 7: Adding Lines and Shapes.
Chapter 8: Using Color, Texture, and Pattern.
Chapter 9: Working with Pictures.
Chapter 10: Creating Tables and Graphs.
Chapter 11: Creating Organizational Charts and Diagrams.
Part III: Adding a Dash of Pizzazz with Multimedia.
Chapter 12: Integrating Sound and Movies.
Chapter 13: Incorporating Hyperlinks and Transitions.
Chapter 14: Incorporating Animation.
Part IV: Presenting Effectively.
Chapter 15: Preparing the Presentation.
Chapter 16: Sharing Your Presentation.
Ted Padova is the author of over 20 computer books. He writes primarily on Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, and Adobe Illustrator. He is a nationally and internationally known speaker on Adobe Acrobat and digital imaging.