- Creating presentations from themes and templates
- Creating a presentation from scratch
- Using slide masters
- Changing the slide layout
- Using the new Morph transition feature
- Working with images and shapes
- Inserting and managing icons and 3D models
- Creating and formatting charts
- Using SmartArt to create diagrams
- Using the improved roaming pencil case
- Adding video, audio, and animations to a slide
- Adding speaker notes and comments
- Running a slideshow
- Reusing and sharing PowerPoint presentations
Skill Level Beginner
- [Jess] Today's modern presentations are about conveying a message using as few words as possible and using shapes, images and impact to convey that message effectively. PowerPoint gives you all the tools you need to convey that message without having to be a master of design or a graphic designer. In my LinkedIn Learning course, I'll show you how to use those PowerPoint tools in detail and also give you a lesson in modern design and how to call attention to the one focal point of a slide, the message. We'll even be using old tools like shapes in brand new fun ways.
My name is Jess Stratton, and I love PowerPoint. Let's get started.
The Best of PowerPoint Tips Weeklywith Garrick Chow8h 35m Intermediate
PowerPoint: Designing Better Slideswith Heather Ackmann1h 33m Intermediate
Excel 2019 for Mac Essential Trainingwith Curt Frye4h 42m Beginner
1. Get Started Quickly
2. Work with Slides
3. Images and Shapes
4. Add Diagrams and Charts
Create and format charts5m 10s
5. Add Video, Audio, and Animation to Slides
6. Collaborate and Prepare
7. Deliver the Presentation
Run unattended slideshows2m 57s
8. Reuse the Presentation
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