Intermediate PowerPoint XP
|Creating a Presentation From a Word Outline|
You must have Microsoft Word installed on your computer to complete this module. This module will cover the topics in the bulleted list below relating to Word Outlines. Complete each of the activities by following the steps enumerated in the yellow box. Some of the activities will be accompanied by demos to help you "see" the steps being performed before trying them yourself. At the end of this module, you will be given an assignment which you should complete and email as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org .
|Word Outlines and Heading Styles|
|Activity 1: Word
Outlines and Heading Styles
Microsoft Word. Type the following sentences, hitting Enter after each one.
Then apply the Heading 1, 2, or 3 styles to the sentences
PowerPoint Presentation from a Word Outline
First Level Titles Will Be Created in Heading 1 Style
Second Level Titles Will Be Created in Heading 2 Style
Third Level Titles Will Be Created in Heading 3 Style
Creating the Outline in Word, Save it as Outline.doc
Outline View, Close Word, and Open PowerPoint
Open the Word Document in PowerPoint
Presentation in Slide View and in Outline View
Switch to Slide View and Apply the Design Template
Change the Font and the Title of this Slide
Change the Bullets by Following These Steps:
Cursor in Front of the Text Beside the Bullet
Format on the Menu Bar, and Click on Bullet
Different Bullet From the Monotype Sorts Font Chart
2. Save the document as Outline.doc, then close Word.
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|Opening a Word Document in PowerPoint|
|Activity 2: Opening
a Word Document in PowerPoint
1.Open PowerPoint to a blank slide. From the File menu, choose Open. Navigate to the folder where you saved the Word document Outline.doc. In the Files of Type drop down list, choose All Files. Double click on the Outline.doc file to open it in PowerPoint.
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|Applying a Design Template, Changing Fonts and Bullet Styles|
|Activity 3: Applying
a Design Template, Changing Fonts and Bullet Styles
1. Resize the fonts so that all the text fits on the slide. Then Apply a Design Template. Your presentation may look something like this:
Save this 2 slide presentation and email as an attachment to the address below.
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|Assignment 2 Due! Email as an attachment to email@example.com .|
|You have now completed this module. Take a few minutes to review and practice what you have learned. If you are through for this session, close all programs, being sure to save any work. You may now begin the next module by clicking on the Back to Index link on this page and then clicking on the next module on the homepage of this course.|