Slide Layouts in PowerPoint: Overview Slide layouts in PowerPoint determine which placeholders appear in a slide and where they are placed. If you are not happy with the layout of the placeholders in your slide, you can apply a new slide layout. When you apply a new slide layout, you determine which placeholders appear
Insert a Chart in PowerPoint: Overview To insert a chart in PowerPoint, click the “Insert” tab in the Ribbon. Then click the “Chart” button in the “Illustrations” button group on the “Insert” tab. Doing this then opens the “Insert Chart” dialog box. This dialog box lets you select the desired chart type and subtype
PowerPoint Reading View: Overview PowerPoint Reading View lets you view a presentation as if it is shown in “Slide Show View,” but within the application window versus full screen. The options you have for advancing through this view are almost identical to the options you have when viewing the presentation in Slide Show View.
Record a Slide Show in PowerPoint: Overview To record a slide show in PowerPoint, you must have an internal or external computer microphone. When you record a slide show in PowerPoint, you advance through the slides in Slide Show view while narrating it. This saves the narration with the slides. In the future, you
Slide Show View in PowerPoint: Overview Slide Show view in PowerPoint is used to display the presentation on or from your computer. This is the best way to view or preview your presentation to ensure it is clear, focused and has the impact on your audience that you want. To run a presentation
Record the Screen in PowerPoint: Overview You can record the screen in PowerPoint and add it, with or without audio, to a presentation, by using the “Screen Recording” command. This is helpful if you want to add a demonstration of a specific program into your presentation. To record audio associated with your screen recording,
Opening a New Presentation 1. When you initially open PowerPoint, you can see a listing of recently opened presentations shown in the panel at the left side of the startup screen, under the “Recent” section.You can open one of these listed presentations by clicking on its name within the panel to reopen it. 2. To
Microsoft Word allows you to insert various shapes into your document. For example, you could place a circle around important information in a document. If you use Word to create marketing fliers, newsletters, or other types of publications, you may want to insert various types of shapes to add visual interest to your documents.