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PowerPoint 2003: PowerPoint 2003 Course Overview (All Levels)

PowerPoint 2003: PowerPoint 2003 Course Overview (All Levels)

The PowerPoint 2003 Course contains three levels: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. You can view the topics by level by clicking the links below:

Level 1: Beginner

Level 2: Intermediate

Level 3: Advanced

PowerPoint 2003 Beginner Course Overview

Part of the Microsoft Office 2003 suite, PowerPoint 2003 is Microsoft’s powerful presentation program whose primary purpose is to help you create stunning presentations. This beginner-level course will help familiarize you with the fundamentals of PowerPoint 2003 to help you get started using the commanding program quickly.

Specific topics include:

Getting Started

    Launching PowerPoint 2003

    Touring the PowerPoint Window

    Getting Help



Creating a New Presentation

    Creating a New Presentation from a Template

    Creating a New Presentation from Scratch

    Opening & Closing Files

    Adding & Editing Text

    Saving Your Work

    Existing PowerPoint



Viewing Presentations

    Navigating Through a Presentation

    Presentation Views

    Using Slide Show View



Modifying an Existing Presentation

    Slide Basics

    Choosing a Slide Design

    Working with Text Boxes

    Formatting Text

    Using Bullets & Numbering

    Working with Indents & Line Spacing

    AutoCorrect

    Undo, Redo & Repeat



Preparing a Presentation for Delivery

    Using Spell Check

    Working with Speaker Notes

    Adding a Header & Footer

    Printing



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PowerPoint 2003 Intermediate Course Overview

Part of the Microsoft Office 2003 suite, PowerPoint 2003 is Microsoft’s powerful presentation program whose primary purpose is to help you create stunning presentations. In this intermediate-level course, you will learn about working with pictures, shapes and presentation colors. Additionally, you’ll learn about organizing and enhancing your presentation and working with animation, among other topics.

Specific topics include:

Outlines

    Adding & Editing Slides in Outline View

    Formatting Slide Text in Outline View

    Exporting a PowerPoint Outline



Working with Pictures & Shapes

    Inserting ClipArt & Pictures

    Drawing AutoShapes

    Grouping & Ungrouping Objects

    Layering Objects

    Adjusting Images



Working with Animation

    Adding Entrance & Exit Animation

    Adding Emphasis

    Using Motion Paths

    Assign the Order of Animation Effects



Organizing & Enhancing Your Presentation

    Duplicating & Deleting Slides

    Hiding Slides

    Rearranging Slides

    Adding Slide Transitions



Managing Presentations

    Inserting Slides from Other Presentations

    Using Find & Replace



Customizing PowerPoint

    Customizing Toolbars

    Modifying PowerPoint Options



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PowerPoint 2003 Advanced Course Overview

Part of the Microsoft Office 2003 suite, PowerPoint 2003 is Microsoft’s powerful presentation program whose primary purpose is to help you create stunning presentations. In this advanced-level course, you’ll learn about working with tables, charts, and WordArt as well as templates, masters & custom layouts.

Specific topics include:

Working with Tables

    Adding a Table to a Slide

    Navigating & Selecting in a Table

    Inserting &  Deleting Columns & Rows

    Formatting a Table

    Inserting a Microsoft Excel Table



Working with Charts

    Creating a Chart

    Adding & Removing Chart Data

    Formatting & Resizing Charts



WordArt

    Inserting a WordArt Object

    Editing a WordArt Object



Working with Templates, Masters & Presentation for the Web

    Creating & Editing a Custom Template

    Working with Masters

    Adding a Hyperlink to a Slide

    Publishing a Presentation to the Web



Collaboration & Advanced Presentation Delivery Options

    Working with Comments

    Working with Action Buttons

    Annotating a Presentation

    Using Slide Timings

    Slide Show Options



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