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How to Add Transitions To Slides in Microsoft Powerpoint 2007

How to Add Transitions To Slides in Microsoft Powerpoint 2007
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This video tutorial explains how to add transitions to your slides in Microsoft Powerpoint 2007. This spruces up the changes between slides as well as add a professional touch to your presentation.
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PowerPoint 2010 Applying Transitions

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Transitions are motion effects that, when in Slide Show View, add movement to your slides as you advance from one slide to another. There are many transitions to choose from; each one allows you to control the speed, and even add sound.
In this lesson, you will learn how to apply and customize slide transitions.
 

PowerPoint 2007 Viewing and Printing Slides

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Once you finish creating the slides, you may want to view your presentation to make sure all the slides appear how you want. PowerPoint gives you the ability to view the presentation in four different ways, depending on what task you are completing. For example, if you will be using your slides to talk to an audience, which is how PowerPoint is often used, you may want to practice your presentation and view your slides in slide show view.
You may also want to print copies of the slides, either for yourself, or for people viewing your presentation. You have several printing options that are specific to PowerPoint. This lesson covers different ways you can view and print your PowerPoint slides, depending on your needs.
 

PowerPoint 2007 Presentation Basics

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PowerPoint includes all the features you need to produce professional-looking presentations. When you create a PowerPoint presentation, it is made up of a series of slides. The slides contain the information you want to communicate with your audience. This information can include text, pictures, charts, video, sound, and more.
Before you begin adding information to slides, you need to know the basics of working with slides. In this lesson you will learn how to start a new presentation, insert new slides, modify a layout, move and copy slides, how placeholders work, as well as how to save your presentation.
 

PowerPoint 2007 Finalize a Presentation and Package for CD

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Each person will develop his or her own process for completing a PowerPoint presentation. For some people, this may involve reviewing the slides for typographical errors, using the Proofing tools, or viewing the slides in slide show view a final time to see all the slides with animations and transitions in place.
In this lesson, you will learn how to access slide show view from the Slide Show tab, set slide show options, and package the presentation for a CD.
 

PowerPoint 2010 Slide Basics

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PowerPoint includes all the features you need to produce professional-looking presentations. When you create a PowerPoint presentation, it is made up of a series of slides. The slides contain the information you want to communicate with your audience. This information can include text, pictures, charts, video, sound, and more.
Before you begin adding information to slides, you need to know the basics of working with slides. In this lesson, you will learn how to insert new slides, modify a layout, change your presentation view, and more.
 

PowerPoint 2007 Slides

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The PowerPoint 2007 slides section of the home tab is what we will cover next.
 

Create screen saver from slides with PowerPoint 2007

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Since PowerPoint 2007 provides engaging contents in slides, you might want to decorate your desktop more by using these high-impact presentations as your computer's screen saver. Or maybe you want a screen saver as a reminder of your business mission you worked from company meeting. There's the fast solution to make a screen saver with PowerPoint 2007 and Windows XP.
 

PowerPoint Basic Tasks

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The following PowerPoint Basic Tasks will cover: Adding New Slides, Deleting Slides, Moving Slides, PowerPoint Views, Modifying Backgrounds.
 

Sequence and Structure of Slides

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When a presentation is made of more than one slide, which is usually the case, the slides follow an incremental number, also referred to as their sequence. Based on this, there is the entry or first slide, followed by the 2nd, 3rd, etc slides. While creating your presentation and before showing it to your audience, you may find out that a slide is in the wrong order or a group of slides are out of sequence. Fortunately, Microsoft PowerPoint allows you to easily insert, delete, copy or move slides.
 

Reuse slides

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We often work with different PowerPoint files and each one has a different theme or Template. There may be times when we would want to use a particular slide or background of one Presentation in another. In this tutorial you will learn how to use the theme of one PowerPoint slide in a different presentation or use the slide itself in a different presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint 2007.