PowerPoint 2010: Real-World Projects
Video: WelcomePresents each of the new features in the latest edition of Microsoft’s presentation software in the context of a real-world project.
In PowerPoint 2010: Real-World Projects, author Gini Courter uses a real-world project to demonstrate the new features in the latest edition of Microsoft's presentation software. Gini teaches the use of screen clippings and the ability to create one-click snapshots of a desktop during a live presentation. She shows how to apply corrections and effects to presentation images without leaving the application, and add interest to a presentation via slide transitions and animation effects. Gini also uses PowerPoint's new Backstage view to compress a presentation for distribution via email, and demonstrates the review tools from the perspective of the reviewer and the presenter. Exercise files accompany the course.
- Taking and sharing screen clippings
- Editing images with the Remove Background tool
- Merging and comparing presentations
- Organizing a presentation into sections
- Editing and using video in a presentation
(Music playing) Hello! I'm Gini Courter. Welcome to PowerPoint 2010 Real-World Projects. In this course, we'll see how to perfect the images in a presentation without even leaving PowerPoint. We'll explore the new video editing tools within PowerPoint for cleaning up video files and we'll work through the collaboration process with a file, highlighting the new review tools in PowerPoint. I'm really excited about this new PowerPoint 2010 release and I think following these real world examples will make it easier for you to apply these new features to your projects.
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