PowerPoint 2003 Bible
- Offers greater focus on Web collaboration and delivery
- Increased coverage with 200 more pages than previous edition including.
- Features expert advice for designing effective presentations effectively communicate with the audience.
- Expanded coverage of graphics and video integration and more coverage of troubleshooting.
Part I: The Basics.
Chapter 1: A First Look at PowerPoint.
Chapter 2: Controlling the On-Screen Display.
Chapter 3: Managing Presentation Files.
Chapter 4: Project Lab: Basic PowerPoint Navigation Practice.
Part II: Building Your Presentation.
Chapter 5: Developing Your Action Plan.
Chapter 6: Starting a New Presentation.
Chapter 7: Changing the Presentation’s Look.
Chapter 8: Conveying Your Message with Text and Tables.
Chapter 9: Formatting Text and Text Boxes.
Chapter 10: Correcting and Improving Presentation Text.
Chapter 11: Inserting, Positioning, and Sizing Objects.
Chapter 12: Formatting Objects.
Chapter 13: Project Lab: Building a Simple Presentation with Text and Graphics.
Part III: Improving the Visual Impact.
Chapter 14: Adding Clip Art and Other Images.
Chapter 15: Using the Drawing Tools.
Chapter 16: Working with Charts.
Chapter 17: Working with Diagrams.
Chapter 18: Incorporating Data from Other Sources.
Chapter 19: Project Lab: Improving the Visual Impact.
Part IV: Sound, Movement, and Video.
Chapter 20: Adding Sound Effects, Music, and Soundtracks.
Chapter 21: Adding Videos.
Chapter 22: Creating Animation Effects and Transitions.
Chapter 23: Project Lab: Adding Sound and Movement to a Presentation.
Part V: Presenting Speaker-Led Presentations.
Chapter 24: Creating Support Materials.
Chapter 25: Controlling a Live Presentation.
Chapter 26: Managing Long or Complex Shows.
Chapter 27: Project Lab: Preparing a Speaker-Led Presentation.
Part VI: Distributing Self-Serve Presentations.
Chapter 28: Designing Self-Running Kiosk Presentations.
Chapter 29: Designing User-Interactive Presentations.
Chapter 30: Preparing a Presentation for Online Distribution.
Chapter 31: Project Lab: Preparing a Presentation for Users to View on Their Own.
Part VII: Cutting-Edge Solutions.
Chapter 32: What Makes a Great Presentation?
Chapter 33: Team Collaboration.
Chapter 34: Using Speech and Handwriting Recognition Tools.
Chapter 35: Making PowerPoint Easier to Use.
Chapter 36: Extending PowerPoint with Macros and Add-Ins.
Chapter 37: Project Lab: Putting It All Together.
Appendix A: What’s New in PowerPoint 2003?
Appendix B: Installing PowerPoint.
Appendix C: What’s on the CD-ROM?
End-User License Agreement.