Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the research, language, and thesaurus tools, part of PowerPoint 2013 Essential Training.
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We're just about done with going over how to edit actual content, but this one is important.…Because we've all had good old-fashioned writer's block.…Don't forget, the whole reason we're doing this is to create a great presentation, content…comes first above all else.…You want your audience to believe in what you are telling them and the PowerPoint presentation…is just a tool to get there.…But sometimes the words, they do not come that easy.…So because of that there are some tools built in that we can use, for example, a Research…tool and a Thesaurus tool.…
So right now I am on slide 22, Our Products & Development slide, and I am a little stuck.…So I am going to come up here to the REVIEW tab, highlight one of these words because…I am not quite sure about what it is, and I really want to double-check before I write…some more about it, and I am going to come into the Research button.…It's going to pull up a bar on the right, and I can search Bing for Eco-friendly.…I click the green arrow to start searching, and now I can peruse all the results.…
- Touring the PowerPoint interface
- Creating a presentation
- Adding, removing, and rearranging slides
- Adding and formatting pictures
- Working with bullet points
- Inserting tables from Excel
- Adding shapes and creating diagrams
- Inserting audio and video clips
- Delivering your presentation
- Reusing and sharing a presentation
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1. Navigating PowerPoint
2. Working with Presentations
3. Working with Slides
4. Adding Pictures to Slides
5. Adding Content to Slides
6. Adding Shapes, Diagrams, and Charts to Slides
7. Adding Video, Audio, and Animation to Slides
8. Preparing the Presentation
9. Delivering Your Presentation
10. Reusing and Sharing Presentations
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