MOS: PowerPoint 2010 CTC Academy

MOS: PowerPoint 2010

CTC Academy

Updated on 08 November, 2015

Course details

Module One:

Managing the PowerPoint Environment

  • Adjust views: adjusting views by using ribbon or status bar commands
  • Manipulate the PowerPoint window: working with multiple presentation windows simultaneously
  • Configure the Quick Access Toolbar: showing the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT) below the ribbon
  • Configure PowerPoint file options: using PowerPoint, Proofing, and Save options

Module Two: Creating a Slide Presentation

  • Construct and edit photo albums: adding captions to pictures, inserting text, inserting images in black and white, reordering pictures in an album, and adjusting image rotation, brightness, and contrast.
  • Apply slide size and orientation settings: setting up a custom size and changing the orientation.
  • Add and remove slides: inserting an outline, reusing slides from a saved presentation, reusing slides from a slide library, duplicating selected slides, deleting multiple slides simultaneously, and including non-contiguous slides in a presentation.
  • Format slides: formatting sections, modifying themes, switching to a different slide layout, applying a fill color, gradient, picture, texture, or pattern to a slide, and setting up slide footers.
  • Enter and format text: using text effects, changing the indentation, alignment, line spacing, and direction of text, changing the formatting of bulleted and numbered lists, entering text in a placeholder text box, converting text to SmartArt, copying and pasting text, using Paste Special, and using Format Painter.
  • Format text boxes: applying a fill color, gradient, picture, texture, or pattern to a text box, changing the outline color, weight, or style, changing the shape of the text box, applying effects, setting the alignment, creating columns in a text box, setting internal margins, setting the current text box formatting as the default for new text boxes, adjusting text wrapping, sizing and positioning a text box, and using AutoFit.

Module Three: Working with Graphical and Multimedia Elements

  • Manipulate graphical elements: arranging, positioning, and resizing graphical elements, applying effects, applying styles, applying borders, and adding hyperlinks.
  • Manipulate images: applying color adjustments, applying image corrections (sharpen, soften, brightness, contrast), adding artistic effects to an image, removing a background, cropping a picture, compressing selected pictures or all pictures, changing a picture, and resetting a picture.
  • Modify WordArt and shapes: setting the formatting of the current shape as the default for future shapes, changing the fill color or texture, changing the WordArt, converting to SmartArt.
  • Manipulate SmartArt: adding and removing shapes, changing SmartArt styles, changing the SmartArt layout, reordering shapes, converting a SmartArt graphic to text, converting SmartArt to shapes, making shapes larger or smaller, and promoting or demoting bullet levels.
  • Edit video and audio content: applying a style to video or audio content, adjusting, arranging, and sizing video or audio content, and adjusting playback options.

Module Four: Creating Charts and Tables

  • Construct and modify tables: drawing a table, inserting a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, setting table style options, adding shading, borders, and effects, changing the alignment, resizing, merging or splitting columns and rows, distributing columns and rows, arranging columns and rows.
  • Insert and modify charts: selecting a chart type, entering chart data, changing the chart type, changing the chart layout, switching row and column, selecting data, editing data.
  • Apply chart elements: using chart labels, axes, gridlines, and backgrounds.
  • Manipulate chart layouts: selecting chart elements and formatting selections.
  • Manipulate chart elements: arranging chart elements, specifying a precise position, applying effects, resizing chart elements, applying Quick Styles, applying a border, and adding hyperlinks.

Module Five: Applying Transitions and Animations

  • Apply built-in and custom animations: using More Entrance, More Emphasis, and More Exit effects, and using More Motion paths.
  • Apply effect and path options: setting timing and start options.
  • Apply and modify transitions between slides: modifying a transition effect, adding a sound to a transition, modifying transition duration, and setting up manual or automatically timed advance options.
  • Manipulate animations: changing the direction of an animation, attaching a sound to an animation, using Animation Painter, reordering animations, and selecting text options.

Module Six: Collaborating on Presentations

  • Manage comments in presentations: inserting and editing comments, showing or hiding markup, moving to the previous or next comment, and deleting comments.
  • Apply proofing tools: using Spelling and Thesaurus features, comparing and combining presentations.

Module Seven: Preparing Presentations for Delivery

  • Save presentations: saving the presentation as a picture presentation, PDF, XPS, outline, or OpenDocument presentation, saving a slide or object as a picture file, and saving a presentation as a show (.ppsx).
  • Share presentations: packaging a presentation for CD delivery, creating video, creating handouts (send to Microsoft Word), and compressing media.
  • Print presentations: adjusting print settings.
  • Protect presentations: setting a password, changing a password, and marking a presentation as final.

Module Eight: Delivering Presentations

  • Apply presentation tools: adding pen and highlighter annotations, changing the ink color, erasing an annotation, and discarding or retaining annotations upon closing.
  • Set up slide shows: setting up Slide Show, playing narrations, setting up Presenter view, using timings, showing media controls, broadcasting presentations, and creating a Custom Slide Show.
  • Set presentation timing: rehearsing and keeping timings, adjusting a slide’s timing.
  • Record presentations: starting recording from the beginning of a slide show and starting recording from the current slide of the slide show.

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