PowerPoint 2003

Office 2007 – Office Button

One of the most prominent new features of Office 2007 is the Office button – sometimes called the pizza button! The Office button replaces the File menu and includes functions for sharing, protecting, and publishing documents.Whereas in earlier versions of…

PowerPoint Screen

PowerPoint is a program designed to work with individual slides – the program screen is therefore a little different to other programs. When you first open PowerPoint you are presented with a screen divided into four sections: Slides Tab/Outline Tab…

Working with the Slide Master

The slide master contains placeholders for text and footers such as the date, time, and slide number. These placeholders controls the text’s characteristics — such as font type, size, and colour — called “master text”. In addition the Slide Master…

Understanding slide layouts

When you create a presentation, the first slide which is automatically inserted is the Title Slide. PowerPoint comes with a series of standard layouts which make it easy for you to enter and display text on a slide. You can…

Create a Presentation

When starting a presentation you have three options, you can: Start with a blank presentation Start with a colour scheme Start with a Microsoft Design template Start with the AutoContent Wizard Start with your Company Design TemplateAll new presentations start…