Microsoft Power Point 2013 – Level 2

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Microsoft Power Point 2013 – Level 2

Course Length :  35 Hours

Course Description

This Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Certification Guide teaches the information worker how to create and manage presentations using a variety of core and intermediate features. Some topics may appear to be basic skill sets but are discussed in more detail, exploring at a higher level different options that can be chosen or applied for that skill set.
Students who complete this course will have reviewed all of the exam objectives and be prepared to take the Microsoft Office Specialist PowerPoint 2013 Exam #77-422. Successful completion of the certification exam provides a competitive advantage by validating the knowledge and skill sets for individuals who may be seeking employment or further job opportunities in their careers.

Course Prerequisites

This course is designed for students who are familiar with personal computers, using a keyboard and using a mouse. The course assumes that students have completed the Microsoft Windows course or have equivalent Microsoft Windows knowledge and experience.

  • start and run Windows
  • use the taskbar
  • use the Start button
  • use the Help feature
  • use Minimize, Restore Down/Maximize, or Close
  • use the left and right mouse buttons appropriately
  • understand file management techniques
  • navigate between files, folders, or drives

Outline

Lesson 1: Adding Multimedia Elements

  • Using Multimedia Elements
  • Working with Shapes
  • Formatting Shapes
  • Adjusting, Changing, and Editing Shapes
  • Arranging Shapes
  • Working with Pictures
  • Inserting Pictures
  • Inserting a Screenshot Image
  • Inserting a Photo Album
  • Understanding Image Formats
  • Adjusting Pictures
  • Compressing Pictures
  • Changing a Picture
  • Resetting a Picture
  • Applying Styles & Effects to Pictures
  • Arranging Pictures
  • Resizing and Cropping Pictures
  • Inserting and Modifying Hyperlinks
  • Inserting and Modifying Action Buttons
  • Working with SmartArt
  • Choosing a SmartArt Layout
  • Modifying SmartArt Shapes
  • Using SmartArt Styles
  • Changing the Orientation
  • Converting SmartArt to Text or Shapes

Lesson 2: Enhancing Presentations

  • Adding Audio and Video Media
  • Adding Audio
  • Adding Video
  • Compressing and Optimizing Media
  • Using Transitions
  • Inserting Transitions between Slides
  • Modifying Transition Effect Options
  • Managing Multiple Transitions
  • Using Animations
  • Applying Animations to Shapes
  • Using Motion Path Animations
  • Changing Animation Settings and Options
  • Applying Animations to Text
  • Using the Animation Painter
  • Changing the Order of Animations
  • Removing Animations

Lesson 3: Preparing the Slide Show

  • Reviewing Presentations
  • Using Comments
  • Inserting Comments
  • Editing and Replying to Comments
  • Tracking Changes
  • Customizing the Presentation
  • Adding Speaker Notes
  • Embedding Fonts
  • Proofing a Presentation
  • Using the Accessibility and Compatibility Checkers
  • Ensuring a Presentation is Compatible
  • Setting Up a Slide Show
  • Using Presentation Tools
  • Using the Presenter View
  • Rehearsing a Presentation
  • Customizing Rehearsed Timings
  • Recording a Presentation
  • Creating Custom Slideshows

Lesson 4: Sharing Presentations

  • Reducing the Size of a Presentation File
  • Compressing and Optimizing Media
  • Compressing Pictures
  • Changing Picture Resolution and
  • Discarding Editing Information
  • Protecting and Inspecting a Presentation
  • Using the Document Inspector
  • Protecting a Presentation
  • Encrypting Presentations with a Password
  • Restricting Access
  • Adding a Digital Signature
  • Marking a Presentation as Final
  • Saving Presentations in Other Formats
  • Save in an Earlier PowerPoint Format
  • Creating PowerPoint Shows
  • Saving a Presentation as PDF or XPS Document File
  • Saving a Presentation as Images
  • Saving a Presentation as a Video
  • Save a Presentation as an Outline
  • Saving a Presentation as an Open Document
  • Packaging Presentations for CD
  • Printing a Presentation
  • Sharing a Presentation
  • Inviting People
  • Emailing a Presentation
  • Publishing Slides
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Microsoft Power Point 2013 – Level 2

  • Duration :   35 Hours
  • Certificates :   Yes
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Quick Facts

This Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Certification Guide teaches the information worker how to create and manage presentations using a variety of core and intermediate features. Some topics may appear to be basic skill sets but are discussed in more detail, exploring at a higher level different options that can be chosen or applied for that skill set.

Students who complete this course will have reviewed all of the exam objectives and be prepared to take the Microsoft Office Specialist PowerPoint 2013 Exam #77-422. Successful completion of the certification exam provides a competitive advantage by validating the knowledge and skill sets for individuals who may be seeking employment or further job opportunities in their careers.