Learn how to add and create slides for an interactive presentation, and break up groups of slides into sections to improve organization.
- [Instructor] Well I mentioned earlier this course…is not about creating slides here in PowerPoint.…There's plenty of courses on that at LinkedIn Learning.…This is about taking existing slides…and creating a self-running presentation…with some interactivity built in,…so we're going to start with this file.…You'll find it in the chapter one folder…of your Exercise Files, Leaf and Mortar0102.…Looking down the left-hand side quickly…you can see a number of thumbnails…representing, looks like 12 slides.…Many of these types of presentations will have…a lot more than 12, but for the sake of simplicity and time,…we're going to work with these slides,…which as you can see as you move from…one thumbnail down to the next,…there are actually slides that could be grouped together,…like Landscape Design for example,…is made up of slides two, three, and even slide four here.…
When you select it you can see it talks about…color, line, form, texture.…As we scroll down a little bit further…you can see there's another group of slides…
- Explain the importance of storyboarding a project.
- Describe branching and why you might use it.
- Cite the process for adding video to a presentation.
- Explain how to animate slides with transitions.
- Name the commands that allow you to preview your presentation.
- Describe what timing is and how to add and rehearse timings.