Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Separating slides into sections, part of PowerPoint for Mac 2011 Essential Training.
Sometimes presentations can become quite lengthy, with many, many slides in a…single presentation, and that's okay, so long as the content on the slides are…relevant and useful to the audience viewing them.…In those cases, to stay organized, you might want to consider using something…that's built into PowerPoint to help you stay organized called sections.…Sections can be added to your slides so your audience members know when a…new section begins.…But they can also be added to your Thumbnail pane, so you know exactly what…section you're in and focus on that section by expanding and collapsing.…
We are going to do all of this now, continuing to work with our…Orientation presentation.…In fact, we're going to scroll up to the very top. Click anywhere in the first…slide if you're in Outline mode.…Click the Slides button with me to switch over to our thumbnails, and you can…adjust this pane accordingly.…All right, currently we have a great number of slides, and as we move through the…slides scrolling down, many of the slides can be grouped into a single section.…
- Exploring the Presentation Gallery
- Adding, removing, and arranging slides
- Working with slide layouts and slide masters
- Using and creating templates
- Adding and formatting text
- Working with tables and charts
- Inserting images
- Adding video and sound to a presentation
- Animating slide transitions and slide objects
- Showing and sharing presentations
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Navigating the User Interface
2. Getting Started
3. Formatting a Presentation
4. Working with Text
5. Working with Tables and Charts
6. Working with Pictures and Multimedia
7. Animating Your Presentation
8. Proofing Your Content
9. Showing Your Presentation
10. Sharing Your Presentation
11. Customizing Your Work Environment
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