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Software Training Outlines

Microsoft PowerPoint Level 1 (2010, 2013 or 2016)

In the past, presenters have used paper-based overhead systems to give speeches and manage meetings. With PowerPoint we can upgrade those presentations to an electronic format. In this first session, participants explore how to create a professional-looking presentation with text, graphics, sounds and a video.

Performance-Based Objectives:
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • manipulate an existing PowerPoint presentation.
  • begin creating a presentation.
  • format text slides.
  • add graphics to slides
  • add sounds to slides
  • add a video to a slide
  • add tables to a presentation.
  • chart data in a presentation.
  • modify objects on slides.
  • add images to a presentation.
  • prepare to deliver a presentation
  • create handouts and speaker's notes

PowerPoint Level 2 (2010, 2013 or 2016)

As a PowerPoint user familiar with the basics, you're able to convey information clearly without much glitz. Sophisticated audiences expect more than the basics. In this course, you will enhance presentations with features that will transform basic presentations into a powerful means of communication. We discover how to use PowerPoint away from the office too.

Performance-Based Objectives:
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • modify a poorly-produced PowerPoint presentation to make it more professional-looking
  • create organization charts and diagrams.
  • add special effects to a PowerPoint slide.
  • create a Web-based PowerPoint presentation.
  • use functionality that will enable you to share PowerPoint presentations creatively


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