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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1Beginner's Guide to Using PowerPoint
Course SummaryLearn more about how to successfully use Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 to create effective slide presentations with this training course. Our video lesson tutorials teach you how to create professional looking presentations with transitions, animations and more that you can use at work or for school.
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About This Course
These PowerPoint 2013 video lessons teach you the skills and techniques you need to master Microsoft PowerPoint. Each short, engaging video lesson addresses another aspect of PowerPoint presentation creation and manipulation. Our team of trained PowerPoint experts will give you step-by-step instructions with accompanying visuals that take the guesswork out of creating effective slide presentations with PowerPoint.
Topics covered in this course include:
- Creating New Presentations and Slideshows
You'll learn how to find and apply a design template that suits your presentation's purpose, format your slides to maximize your content, and create presentation notes to supplement your on-screen visuals. This section also provides tips for presenting your slideshow effectively.
- Manipulating Slide Content
Whether you're creating your first-ever slideshow, or looking for tips to take your existing presentation to the next level, we can show you how to use WordArt, charts, tables, and images to help you get your message across to your audience.
- Applying Transitions and Animations
Take your presentations from good to great with slick transitions and engaging animations. Learn how to time your effects perfectly and add a new level of professionalism to your presentation.
- Advanced Features
Learn to merge content from multiple presentations, iterate using Track Changes, safeguard your work using encryption, and more!
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