Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with bullet points, part of PowerPoint 2013 Essential Training.
Bullet points are the very heart of PowerPoint short and easy to read words or how you reinforce…your message to your audience.…You're talking they are reading, it also helps you remember what to talk about, it keeps…them focused, and it's great for handouts later.…So I've got a new slide here and these could definitely use some Bullet points.…So the first one is Our products.…Now we can do Bullet Points or we can do Numbering.…I think I'm going to save the numbers for this next tab.…But over here, let's turn these into Bullet.…
So the first thing we need to do is turn the entire list into a Bulleted list.…I can highlight them and toggle the Bullets on or off.…And if I want visible Bullets I can actually click on this little pull down arrow and select Bullets and Numbering.…This is going to bring up a fine-tuned list, in which I can change what the Bullets look…like, and I can even change the color of them.…Now how Bullets work is an item is Bulleted, and if you want to promote or demote the Bullet points.…
- 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
Skill Level Appropriate for all
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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