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PowerPoint 2013 Level 2

Cost: Contact us for quote.   Duration: 1 day

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Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 - Level 2 is designed for users who are keen to extend their understanding
and knowledge of the software beyond creating basic presentations.

Learning Outcomes
At the completion of this course you should be able to:
• create and work effectively with themes
• view and modify slide masters
• create and use custom templates
• create and work with tables
• create and work with charts
• insert and edit images
• edit inserted images
• insert and work with different types of media
• create animations in a presentation
• set up a presentation for the required presentation mode
• save and share your presentations in other formats

Target Audience
This course is designed for users new to Microsoft PowerPoint specifically and PowerPoint processing in

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 - Level 2 assumes a basic understanding of the software itself, as well as a
basic understanding of personal computers and the Windows operating system environment.

Scheduled classroom training (1 Day)


• Understanding Themes
• Applying A Theme
• Changing The Theme Colours
• Creating Custom Theme Colours
• Changing The Theme Fonts
• Changing The Slide Background
• Saving A Customised Theme
• Using A Customised Theme
• Deleting A Customised Theme
• Slide Masters
• Understanding Slide Masters
• Viewing The Slide Master
• Changing The Master Font
• Modifying Bullets
• Inserting An Image
• Applying Slide Transitions To The Slide Master
• Inserting Slide Numbers
• Creating Custom Slide Layouts
• Modifying Slide Layouts

• Understanding Templates
• Setting A Custom Templates Location
• Using An Existing Template
• Creating A Template From A

• Saving A Custom Template
• Creating A Template From A Theme
• Modifying A Template
• Using A Custom Template Tables
• Inserting A Table Using The Ribbon
• Inserting Rows And Columns
• Applying A Table Style
• Merging And Splitting Cells
• Adjusting Column Widths
• Adjusting Row Heights
• Resizing And Positioning A Table
• Formatting Table Data
• Aligning Table Data
• Applying Borders
• Applying Shading

• Understanding Charts
• Inserting A Chart Using The Ribbon
• Changing The Chart Type
• Chart Elements
• Using Quick Layouts
• Understanding Chart Buttons
• Changing The Layout Of Chart Elements
• Applying A Chart Style
• Understanding The Chart Format Panes
• Formatting Chart Elements
• Editing A Data Series
• Hiding Data Series
• Working With Pie Charts

• Understanding Clip Art And Pictures
• Inserting A Picture From File
• Inserting An Online Picture
• Resizing An Image
• Positioning An Image
• Inserting Clip Art
• Modifying Graphics
• Rotating And Flipping Clip Art
• Inserting A Screenshot
• Inserting A Screen Clip
• Creating A Photo Album

Enhancing Images
• Understanding Picture Enhancements
• The Format Picture Pane
• Removing An Image Background
• Applying Colour Corrections
• Recolouring An Image
• Applying A Picture Style
• Applying Picture Effects
• Applying Artistic Effects
• Cropping An Image

Media And Action Buttons
• Understanding Media In PowerPoint
• Inserting An Online Video
• Inserting An Online Audio Clip
• Formatting Media Clips
• Editing Audio Clips
• Optimising And Compressing Media
• Understanding Action Buttons
• Inserting Action Buttons
• Animations And Transitions
• Understanding Animations And Transitions
• Animating Text
• Animating Objects
• Applying Multiple Effects
• Applying Motion Paths
• The Animation Pane
• Setting The Timing
• Animating SmartArt Graphics
• Using Slide Transitions

Setting Up The Show
• About Self-Running Presentations
• Recording A Slide Show
• Setting Up A Self-Running Presentation
• Rehearsing Timings
• Setting Up A Speaker-Led Show
• Creating A Custom Show
• Understanding Presenter View
• Using Presenter View

Saving And Sharing Presentations
• Packaging Presentations For CD
• Saving A Presentation As A PDF Document
• Saving A Presentation As A Video
• Sending A Presentation Via Email
• Presenting A Slide Show Online
• Saving To A Storage Device

Concluding Remarks

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