Power Point 2016 Essentials

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Power Point 2016 Essentials

Learn how to best create, edit, and share presentations with PowerPoint 2016

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Learn how to best create, edit, and share presentations with PowerPoint 2016. Also, how to add and edit text, images, graphs, video, and animation; format slides for consistency; and add speaker notes and transitions to ensure a smooth delivery. Plus, discover how to collaborate on changes and then share the final presentation via print, PDF, or a recorded slideshow

  • Connecting PowerPoint to OneDrive
  • 1.2 Touring the PowerPoint interface
  • 1.3 Changing views and adding guides
  • 1.4 Connecting PowerPoint to your OneDrive account
  • 2.2 Creating a presentation from scratch
  • 2.3 Creating a presentation from a template or theme
  • 2.4 Changing themes
  • 2.5 Adding a header and footer
  • 2.6 Working with file option using Backstage view
  • 3.2 Adding and removing slides
  • 3.3 Changing the slide layout
  • 3.4 Organizing slides into sections
  • 3.5 Rearranging slides
  • 4.2 Adding pictures and clip art
  • 4.3 Aligning objects using guides
  • 4.4 Understanding object layering
  • 4.5 Removing the background from pictures
  • 4.6 Using the Eyedropper tool
  • 5.2 Working with bullet options
  • 5.3 Using Outline mode to edit content
  • 5.4 Formatting text and creating WordArt
  • 5.5 Creating and formatting tables
  • 5.6 Inserting Excel tables
  • 5.7 Using the research, language, and thesaurus tools
  • 6.2 Adding shapes
  • 6.3 Formatting shapes
  • 6.4 Cropping a picture to a shape
  • 6.5 Merging shaoes to create your own graphics
  • 6.6 Creating and formatting charts
  • 6.7 Using SmartArt to create diagrams
  • 6.8 Adding equations
  • 7.2 Working with video clips
  • 7.3 Adding and working with audio files
  • 7.4 Adding slide transitions
  • 7.5 Adding animation to objects and text
  • 8.2 Adding speaker notes
  • 8.3 Editing and printing handout masters
  • 8.4 Rehearsing a presentation
  • 8.5 Adding a viewing comments
  • 8.6 Reviewing and comparing changes with others
  • 9.2 Running a slideshow
  • 9.3 Annotating, highlighting, zooming, and jumping to different sections or slides during a slideshow
  • 9.4 Setting up slideshows and custom shows
  • 10.2 Saving a custom theme
  • 10.3 Inspecting a presentation for stray comments
  • 10.4 Saving a presentation as a template
  • 10.5 Printing a presentation
  • 10.6 Recording and narrating a slideshow
  • 10.7 Saving your presentation as a video
  • 10.8 Exporting the presentation as a PDF or JPEG
  • 10.9 Sharing the presentations with others
  • 10.10 Presenting live online