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Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Advanced Essentials

This instructor-led class is held at Training Centres of Canada
330 Bay Street, suite 610. All classes start at 9am.

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This course takes students beyond the basics and gives them higher-level skills for Microsoft PowerPoint 2013. The 12 modules in this course cover key topics, including using slide, handout, and note masters; working with templates; working with comments; reviewing a presentation; advanced presentation techniques; advanced animation techniques; custom shows; and file management tools.

Using Slide Masters, Part One
This module introduces students to using slide masters. It covers opening Slide Master view, creating slide layouts, working with placeholders, and changing a slide’s layout.

Using Slide Masters, Part Two
This follow-up module delves deeper into getting the most out of slide masters in PowerPoint 2013. Topics include how to preserve and update slide masters, use multiple masters in a presentation, and remove masters.

Working with Templates
Invite your students to come along as we take a look at working with templates. This module shows how to create, save, use, and edit a template.

Using Handout Masters
Help your students get a handle on handout masters with this informative module. Here, they will learn how to open Handout Master view, edit the handout master, set layout options, and create handouts using Microsoft Word.

Using Notes Masters
Students will master note masters in this module. It covers how to open Note Master view, edit the note master, set layout options, and print notes pages.

Working with Comments
Comments are very handy for collaboration amongst multiple users. In this module, students will learn how to insert, view, navigate through, reply to, and delete comments.

Reviewing a Presentation
This module covers presentation review from start to finish, including how to send a presentation for review, compare presentations, navigate through markup, accept and reject markup, and end the review.

Advanced Animation Techniques, Part One
This module takes students through how to choose a basic animation effect, set animation options, customize the trigger for an animation, edit the motion path, set start options, and modify the duration and delay of an animation.

Advanced Animation Techniques, Part Two
This module builds upon the skills taught in Module 8 by showing students how to set animation options, change the order of animations, use the Animation Painter, and use the Animation pane.

Advanced Presentation Techniques
Students can give their presentations a lot of extra pizzazz by using advanced presentation techniques. This module shows how to record and narrate a show, set narration options, use Presenter view, create a video from a presentation, create a show-only file, and present slides online.

Creating a Custom Show
Custom shows are a great tool for audiences with different informational needs. This module looks at how to hide a single slide as well as how to create, edit, present, and delete a custom show.

Managing PowerPoint Files
The course concludes with a discussion of how to manage files in PowerPoint. Students are shown how to optimize media compatibility, compress media, work with versions, recover unsaved files, and protect a presentation with a password.


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