This lesson explores the basic features of Microsoft PowerPoint 2019. You’ll explore the Ribbon and learn how to start the PowerPoint program and plan a presentation. You’ll also practice working with different views, task panes, tabs, and templates.
Now that you know the basics of PowerPoint, it’s time to create a presentation from scratch. You’ll start by choosing a theme for a presentation and create slides with a variety of slide layouts. You’ll explore the Live Preview feature and learn how to save a file for future use. You’ll also create and edit slides in Slide pane and Outline view. Finally, you’ll explore ways to play a slide show.
Including tables in your presentation lets you present a lot of information in a compact space. In this lesson you’ll add, revise and format tables. You’ll also explore multiple ways to open a presentation. Then, you’ll learn how to preserve different versions of your work by saving with new file names.
This lesson covers two topics: proofreading and printing. You’ll explore the Spelling, AutoCorrect, Thesaurus and Smart Lookup feature. You’ll learn to print your presentation as slides, an outline, handouts and notes pages. This versatility really helps you connect with audience members!
This lesson switches gears and works with images instead of text. You’ll learn how to embellish your slides with media images, including online pictures, Icons, 3D models and photographs. You’ll also learn how to download an image from a website and insert the image on a slide.
This lesson includes instructions for using WordArt, Shapes, Icons, 3D Models and SmartArt Graphics. You’ll then learn how to transform text into colorful WordArt objects and add Icons and 3D Models. You’ll also practice drawing and filling shapes with color and special effects. Finally, you’ll learn to group and edit the objects you create and add visual sophistication to your text with SmartArt Graphics.
In this lesson, you’ll create a chart to illustrate statistical data. You’ll explore chart components and learn how to add and edit specific chart elements. You’ll discover how to change the look of your chart by using the options on the Chart Tools contextual tab and the chart formatting buttons.
Making duplicate changes to dozens of PowerPoint slides is boring and time-consuming. This lesson focuses on making global changes to slides, handouts, and notes. You’ll also make global changes to modify your presentation’s background or theme colors.
In this lesson, you’ll work with hyperlinks and action buttons. Enliven your presentation as you create links from text or objects to other slides, presentations, documents, and web pages. You can add sounds and 3D effects if desired. Also introduced in this lesson is the Zoom feature which sets up presenter-driven links between slides in a presentation.
This lesson explores slide transitions and the Transition tab options. You’ll apply animation to text and slide objects and use the Animations tab to add animation to slide or layout masters. You’ll also find out how to add sound effects, such as a chime or coin sound, to slide transitions.
Using the Animation Pane, you’ll add and reorder animated text and objects on slides. You’ll discover how to apply advanced animation effects to text and objects on slides, and slide and layout masters. You’ll also add an audio clip to your presentation.
In this lesson, you’ll focus on different ways to save and share a presentation. You’ll practice converting a presentation into a PDF file, so it’s accessible on computers without PowerPoint 2019. You’ll learn to open, edit, and share your presentation online with PowerPoint Online and a Windows OneDrive account. Last, you’ll learn how to transform your presentation into a video.