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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Managing Slides (part 2) - Rearranging Slides
The best way to rearrange slides is to do so in Slide Sorter view. In this view, the slides in your presentation appear in thumbnail view, and you can move them around on the screen to different positions, just as you would manually rearrange pasted-up artwork on a table.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Managing Slides (part 1) - Undoing Mistakes
The Undo command allows you to reverse past actions. For example, you can use it to reverse all of the deletions that you made to your presentation in the preceding section.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Inserting Content from External Sources - Inserting New Slides from an Outline
Many people find that they can save a lot of time by copying text or slides from other programs or from other PowerPoint presentations to form the basis of a new presentation. There's no need to reinvent the wheel each time! The following sections look at various ways to bring in content from external sources.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Creating New Slides (part 2) - Creating a Slide from a Layout, Copying Slides
A slide layout is a layout guide that tells PowerPoint what placeholder boxes to use on a particular slide and where to position them. Although slide layouts can contain placeholders for text, they also contain graphics, charts, tables, and other useful elements.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Creating New Slides (part 1) - Creating New Slides from the Outline Pane
The Outline pane shows the text from the presentation's slides in a hierarchical tree, with the slide titles at the top level (the slide level) and the various levels of bulleted lists on the slides displaying as subordinate levels.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Finalizing Your Slide Show - Setting Up a Slide Show
Several variables affect how your slide show runs. For example, you can set up a slide show to be presented by a live speaker or to be browsed by a viewer. You can specify that a show loop continuously or be shown with or without a recorded narration.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Finalizing Your Slide Show - Reviewing Your Presentation
When you finish adding the last sentence of text and final graphic object to your presentation, you’re not quite done. Because your presentation is likely to be displayed on a large screen in front of many people, any error or glitch is likely to undermine the credibility of your message.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Incorporating Motion Video - Placing a Video on a Slide
Just as with audio clips, you can place a video clip on a slide using the Clip Organizer, or do so directly by inserting from a file or pasting from another application.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Incorporating Motion Video - Understanding Video Types
Three cheers for Microsoft for increasing the number of video file types that PowerPoint supports! Presentation developers have long been frustrated by PowerPoint's inability to accept certain file formats, but that problem is largely in the past now. PowerPoint 2010 supports the formats listed in Table 1.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Animating Slide Content (part 5) - Animating Parts of a Chart, Animation Tips
Motion paths enable you to make an object fly onto or off of the slide, and also make it fly around on the slide in a particular motion path! For example, suppose you are showing a map on a slide, and you want to graphically illustrate the route that you took when traveling in that country.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Animating Slide Content (part 4) - Working with Motion Paths
Motion paths enable you to make an object fly onto or off of the slide, and also make it fly around on the slide in a particular motion path! For example, suppose you are showing a map on a slide, and you want to graphically illustrate the route that you took when traveling in that country.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Animating Slide Content (part 3) - Setting Animation Event Triggers, Associating Sounds with Animations, Making an Object Appear Differently after Animation
If you want an animation effect to occur only when you click something in particular, you can use a trigger to specify this condition. For example, you may have three bullet points on a list, and three photos. If you want each bullet point to appear when you click its corresponding photo, you can animate each bullet point with the graphic object as its trigger.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Animating Slide Content (part 2) - Special Options for Text Animation
For starters, you can choose the grouping that you want to animate. For example, suppose that you have three levels of bullets in the text box, and you want them to be animated with each second-level bullet appearing separately.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Animating Slide Content (part 1) - Choosing an Animation Effect
Different effect categories have different choices. For example, the Emphasis category, in addition to providing movement-based effects, also has effects that change the color, background, or other attributes of the object.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Assigning Transitions to Slides
Transitions determine how you get from slide A to slide B. Back in the old slide projector days, there was only one transition: the old slide was pushed out, and the new slide dropped into place.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Building a Presentation Outline - Working with Outline Contents
Once you enter your contents in your outline and demote and promote headings to create an outline structure, you might want to work with the outline contents in various ways.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Building a Presentation Outline - Adding Text in the Outline Tab
One of the benefits of the Outline tab is that it provides a fast way for you to enter text without having to deal with placeholders or graphics. After you enter the title, adding text to the outline consists of pressing Enter to create a new entry in the outline and then entering the text, which appears at the same outline level as the line before.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Understanding the Relationship of the Outline to Slides, Working with the Outline
Different slide layouts contain different placeholders, such as title, subtitle, text, and content placeholders. You can enter text in the placeholders on a slide or in the Outline tab of the Slides/Outline pane.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Creating Support Materials - Printing an Outline, Exporting Handouts or Notes Pages to Word
One of the drawbacks to PowerPoint is that the notes and handouts pages cannot be fully formatted. There's a lot you can't do with them — such as set margins, or change the sizes of the slide images for handouts.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Creating Speaker Notes
Speaker notes are like handouts, but for you. Only one printout format is available for them: the Notes Pages layout. It consists of the slide on the top half (the same size as in the two-slides-per-page handout) with the blank space below it for your notes to yourself.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Setting Privacy Options
Privacy options in the Trust Center allow you to set security settings that protect your personal privacy online. For example, the Check Office documents that are from or link to suspicious Web sites option checks for spoofed Web sites and protects you from phishing schemes.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Setting Macro Security Options & Changing Message Bar Security Options
The Message Bar displays security alerts when Office detects potentially unsafe content in an open document. The Message Bar appears below the Ribbon when a potential problem arises.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Setting Add-in Security Options & Setting ActiveX Security Options
An ActiveX control provides additional functionality, such as a text box, button, dialog box, or small utility program. ActiveX controls are software code, so hackers can use them to do malicious harm, such as spreading a virus.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Selecting Trusted Publishers and Locations & Setting Document Related Security Options
In Trusted Documents (New!), you can set options to open trusted documents without any security prompts for macros, ActiveX controls and other types of active content in the document.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Avoiding Harmful Attacks & Using the Trust Center
Many viruses and other harmful attacks spread through file downloads, attachments in e-mail messages, and data files that have macros, ActiveX controls, add-ins, or Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code attached to them.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Sending a Presentation for Review Using E-Mail & Sending a Presentation by Internet Fax
If you are a member of an online fax service, such as eFax, InterFAX, MyFax, or Send2Fax, you can use PowerPoint to send and receive faxes over the Internet directly from within your Microsoft Office program. If you’re not a member, a Web site can help you sign up.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Adding a Digital Signature
A digital certificate checks a public key to validate a private key associated with a digital signature. To assure a digital signature is authentic, it must have a valid (non expired or revoked) certificate issued by a reputable certification authority (CA), and the signing person must be from a trusted publisher.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Adding Security Encryption to a Presentation & Marking a Presentation as Read-Only
As a precaution to prevent readers and reviews from making accidental changes, you can use the Mark as Final command to make a PowerPoint 2010 presentation read-only.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Adding Password Protection to a Presentation
You can assign a password and other security options so that only those who know the password can open the presentation, or to protect the integrity of your presentation as it moves from person to person.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Creating, Opening OneNotes & Inspecting Documents
While you work on your presentation, PowerPoint automatically saves and manages personal information and hidden data to enable you to collaborate on creating and developing a presentation with other people.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Editing Comments in a Presentation
PowerPoint uses a different color comment for each reviewer, which is based on the User name and Initials settings in PowerPoint Options. When you add or edit a comment, the color of the review comment changes to the reviewer’s color, and changes the comment name and date.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Adding Comments to a Presentation
A comment is visible only when you show comments using the Show Markup button and place the mouse pointer over the comment indicator. You can attach one or more comments to a letter or word on a slide, or to an entire slide.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Organizing Clips
Microsoft Clip Organizer is a program that comes with all Office Programs that allows you to add and organize clips and other media for use in Office documents using the Clip Art task pane.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Managing Pictures
If you need to edit a picture, you can use Picture Manager to change brightness, contrast, and color, and to remove red eye. You can also crop, rotate and flip, resize, and compress a picture.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Accessing Commands Not in the Ribbon & Customizing the Way You Create Objects
When you create a text box, PowerPoint applies a set of default text attributes. Some examples of PowerPoint’s font default settings include font style, size, and formatting options, such as bold, italic, and underline.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Setting Advanced PowerPoint Options
The Advanced section of PowerPoint Options allows you to change options to specify how you want to open presentations, edit text, display content, deliver a slide show, and print presentations.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Setting General PowerPoint Options
Each person uses PowerPoint in a different way. The General section of PowerPoint Options allows you to change popular options to personalize what appears in the PowerPoint window.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Expanding PowerPoint Functionality - Playing a Movie Using an ActiveX Control
Although you cannot insert a Flash movie into a PowerPoint presentation, you can play one using an ActiveX control and the Flash player.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Expanding PowerPoint Functionality - Setting ActiveX Control Properties
Every ActiveX control has properties, or settings, that determine its appearance and function. When you work with a control, you can open a property sheet that displays all the settings for that control in alphabetic or category order.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Expanding PowerPoint Functionality - Inserting ActiveX Controls & Using ActiveX Controls
PowerPoint includes several pre-built ActiveX controls on the Developer tab, including a label, text box, command button, image, scroll bar, check box, option button, combo box, list box, toggle button, and more controls
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Saving a Presentation with Macros & Opening a Presentation with Macros
When you open a presentation with a macro, VBA, or other software code, PowerPoint displays a security warning to let you know the presentation might contain potentially harmful code that may harm your computer.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Adding a Digital Signature to a Macro Project & Assigning a Macro to a Toolbar or Ribbon
When you create a macro, the macro name appears in the list of available commands when you customize the Quick Access Toolbar or Ribbon in PowerPoint Options
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Expanding PowerPoint Functionality - Controlling a Macro
VBA allows you to debug, or repair, an existing macro so that you change only the actions that aren’t working correctly. All macros for a particular presentation are stored in a macro module, a collection of Visual Basic programming codes that you can copy to other presentation files
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Expanding PowerPoint Functionality - Simplifying Tasks with Macros
You create macros using a programming language called Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). With VBA, you create a macro by writing a script to replay the actions you want
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Enhancing a Presentation with VBA & Setting Developer Options
VBA is an object-oriented programming language because, when you develop a VBA application, you manipulate objects. An object can be anything within your presentation, such as a shape, text box, picture, or table
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Expanding PowerPoint Functionality - Loading and Unloading Add-ins
PowerPoint add-ins are custom controls designed specifically for PowerPoint, while COM add-ins are designed to run in one or more Office programs and use the file name extension .dll or .exe
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Expanding PowerPoint Functionality - Viewing and Managing Add-ins
When you download and install an add-in, it appears on the Add-Ins or other tabs depending on functionality, and includes a special ScreenTip that identifies the developer.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Working Together on Office Documents - Publishing Slides to a SharePoint Library
You can publish one or more slides directly from PowerPoint Professional Plus 2010 to a Slide Library on a network running Office SharePoint Server or to a folder location on your computer or network to store, share, track, and reuse later.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Working Together on Office Documents - Inviting Others to a Groove Workspace & Saving a Document to a SharePoint Server
You can save documents to a Document Management Server, such as a Document Library on a SharePoint site, in a similar way that you save documents on your hard disk.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Working Together on Office Documents - Sharing Documents in a Groove Workspace
The Documents Tool in Groove allows you to share and collaborate on different types of files, including files from Microsoft Office programs. All team members of a workspace can open files that appear in the Documents Tool.
 
 
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