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Microsoft Powerpoint entry level course

teacher avatar Raducu Daniel-Alexandru

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Topics include illustration, design, photography, and more

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12 Lessons (1h 4m)
    • 1. 1)Introduction

    • 2. 2)Open a document

    • 3. 3)Tour

    • 4. 4)Adding Slides

    • 5. 5)Working with Slides

    • 6. 6)Working with Text

    • 7. 7)Bullet Points

    • 8. 8)Slide Show

    • 9. 9)Inserting Pictures

    • 10. 10)Format Pictures

    • 11. 11)Shapes

    • 12. 12)Closure

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Ever wanted to learn about the fundamentals of Microsoft Powerpoint but stopped for some reason? Now is the time to join me in this class and learn it all. You will learn from how to open a document to how to format your text and how you can insert and edit pictures and shapes.

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1. 1)Introduction: Hi there and welcome to Microsoft PowerPoint entry-level course. This course comes in handy tool, microsoft PowerPoint, users that want to get a better understanding on PowerPoint and what they can do with it. But before we jump into the agenda, let me share some things about myself. My name is Daniel and I've started working in the IT industry two years ago. And before this in school, I used Microsoft official lot. And I wanted to learn more things about it to make my life easier. And I still use those things that I've learned back then. On a personal note. Apart from sharing knowledge with others. I'm a sportsman in my effect, play a lot of sports from football to seeming and keyboards. Nowadays, like spending my time in the gym to stay in shape. Now that you know a couple of things about me, let me show you what you'll learn if you follow this course. Here we are with the agenda. So as I said, if you follow this course, show you how to open a document, how to navigate through PowerPoint, how to add slides, how to work with the slides, how you work with the text, how you add and format bullet points. I will show you how to start the slideshow presentation and from where, how to insert a picture and how to format it. In the end, we'll have shapes where I will show you how to add them and how to format them. In the end, of course, we will have a goodbyes page. We're done with the agenda guys. Stay tuned for the next lecture, where we will open our first document and start to understand the star screen. 2. 2)Open a document: Hello and welcome to our first lecture. Today, we are going to see how we can open a document. For that, there are two ways of opening it. First time is by searching it in the task bar. You can just search PowerPoint and it should pop up. For the second one, you can go on your desktop. Right-click, go to New, and you'll find the PowerPoint right here, microsoft PowerPoint presentation. But I suggest you to make a folder on your desktop with all the applications that you usually use. I have here Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word. Just open it. We'll have what is called the star screen. Here you can see your recent PowerPoint presentations. And if you have one that is more important, you can go and pin it. Once. It is no longer such important, we can go again to this pin and unpin it. You can pin it even if you right-click on it. And you'll have this options. Open, open a copy, delete file, copy, pass to clipboard, pen to list or remove from list. And you can use this also. From up here. You can select your theme and you have from where to choose. But usually everyone starts with a blank presentation. The left side of the star scream. You have different tabs. Forum where you can save your presentation. You can print it, you can share it, or you can export it. This is always this lecture. In the next one, I'll navigate you through the rest of the app. So see you next time. 3. 3)Tour: Hi there and welcome back to our second lecture today I'm going to make you, let's say Microsoft PowerPoint, in which I'll show you what you find and we'll find it. Let's jump into it. First. I think that you need to get familiar with tabs and dirty bonds, which have a pretty self-explanatory names. In this lecture, I will just quickly show you what you find on each tab. But I'll get into more details later. When you first start representation, you will be placed on the Home tab. And here you have this little pictures that are called icons. And all these icons make this whole thing from here is a ribbon. From the Home tab. You can add a new slide. You can change the layout, or you can add a section for your presentation. Later, I'll show you how you can format your phone or your paragraphs. So let's move into the next step. The next step is, as its name suggests, insert. You can insert things from here. This ribbon. You can see that we can insert a lot of things. And starting from the left, we can add a new slide from here as well. We can insert a table or some pictures. Or we can even add shapes and trading models. Or the textbook and even headers and footers. Most of them will be explained later in this course. So let's move on. Design is the third tab. From here, we can customize our templates. We have a lot of options to choose from. Just choose one that suits your presentation better. And we can customize your template even more if you click on Format Background right here. But we'll check that one other time. From Transitions tab. We can add different transitions. But again, as I said, we'll get into more details later. From animations. We can animate how the textual appear. And when we started this slide, we can start and customize our slideshow from the next tab. From here, as I said, you can start the slideshow or you can record it. You can make it a custom View tab. You can translate the text or you can check the spelling. View tab. You can customize the view of our document, but we'll get into it next time. This is all for today. I hope now you know where to find something that you need CIO next time, when we'll talk about slides. 4. 4)Adding Slides: Welcome back to our new lecture today and show you how you can add new slides. So let's jump into PowerPoint. One of the things that you'll do literally every time we lose 4 is to add slides. On the home tab ribbon. You'll have this icon here that is made of two places. If you click on the upper part of it, you'll just add a new slide. Usually it will add the same slide you were on before. Unless you were on a title slide. In that case, it will add a normal content and title slide. Adding the same slide is cool, but if you want to add a particular type of slide, well, in this case, you have to click on this drop-down. Here. Apart the different types of slides that you can add. You'll see that each one of these has titles to help you understand what it can bring. Usually avoid using to content and comparison slides. But you can do as you wish or you can use what you need. I will just add the new title and content slide. Now if I add the normal slide, now, I have three slides. Starting with next lecture, we'll start to work with them and see how we can configure each one of these. This is all for today. Now, you can go and try to add a new slide to your own PowerPoint. Before we jump into the next lecture, I will say, goodbye, Have a nice day. 5. 5)Working with Slides: Welcome back. Today I'll show you how to configure your slides. So let's jump into PowerPoint. Here we are. Let's start playing with the slides. I've added some images on those slides to make you understand. The left side of the screen, you can see the slides that I have. You can even scroll down, but I don't have enough pages to do that. I can scroll down. And if you want to see them bigger, you can grab this divider and drag to the right. Or if they are too big, you can also drag it to the left to make them smaller. So to simply switch between the slides, you can just click on a different one. You can even rewarded them by clicking and dragging where you want to place it. Where you want them to be placed. Sometimes you'll have a slide so nicely made that you want another one. But let's say with different tax on it. You can do this by copying the slide. And you can do this by highlighting the slide and just use Control C. And then place your cursor where you want it to be placed and hit Control V. You can even go and right-click on the picture that you want to copy. Copy. Then go again where you want to place it. Right-click again, and you will have different options. These destinations, team keep source formatting picture. You can use each one of these because we are using a picture, you will have to use this one. Now I placed my picture over that one in case you want to work with more slides. Then again see the side. You can go click a slide and then press Shift. And you can click another one. Or you can click one that is much further. And you will select all the slides that are between them. If you, if you want to see more slides, one time, we can go over here and use this slide sorter icon and just click on it. Now is even to select more slides. You want to use this type of view very much, but it's handy when you need it. This is all for today. Now, you have time to practice what I've showed you. Go and copy some slides, pays them. Check the slide sorter view, move them around and until you are good to go. I'll see you in the next lecture where we'll talk about working with text. 6. 6)Working with Text: Hi everyone and welcome to our new lecture. Today, we will learn about how to work with the text in PowerPoint. So let's jump into it. Here we are. And let's start with the title slide. I will just add a basic name for our presentation. Let's add a subtitle also where I'll note the author. Even though the audience knows water name, is it make it look more professional. But until there, you can see everything here. This per view. And even though I delete my subtitle, this text box doesn't appear on the page. So I will add it back. And now we can see it looks better. There is no need to delete the text box or something. And now we can work with our text. And it's very similar with the way you format it in an e-mail. Or inward. You can click inside the box and highlight the text that you want to format. To do this, you can use this section from here that is called Font. Until there. Let me show something different on PowerPoint, you can select all the texts that is inside the text box just by clicking it. And clicking when you see all these four arrows. And if I click it now, all the text that's inside the text box is selected. There is no need for you to highlight it anymore. And as I said, we can use this section from here, and from here, we can change the text font. Let's use the normal one. Let's use this one. It looks better. As you can see, we have a lot of options to choose from, but I will stick to my original choice. You can even make it smaller or bigger in different ways. The first one is Bye, choosing your size from here. Let's say we want it to be 54. And the other way is by clicking on these two icons. One in the left makes it bigger. As you can see, the one in the right makes it smaller. You can use them just by clicking on it. I can even use those. Thanks from here. I can bold it. I can apply it, italic on it. I can underline it. But this option is not used anymore. If you want to show that something is important, you just have to make it bigger. It's easier and more precise. We can even apply text shadow when you use the picture as a background, and we'll do that later. You can even use structural. This is very usable when you're in content and you want to strike through some letters or some numbers. You can use this character spacing from here. Of course, we have lowercase, uppercase. This one is very usable. Most of the time when got time to play, the text formatting will just try to focus on the text size. And sometimes we change the color of the text from here. As you can see. You can even format your paragraphs alignment from here. As you can see, we have left alignment, we have right alignment. We have this justify. And of course, center. Now you can take a break and go exercise it on your own PowerPoint to get used to it. Go and insert the title and then start formatting it. Go apply bold. Change its font, make it bigger. And you can even add a shadow on it and make it purple. Just for the demonstration nowhere. Now, let's say that you have formatted your text and it looks nice. But the text and where you want it to be and you want to move it in other place. You can do this by clicking the textbox, going to the edge and dragging it around. Let's say we want to place it right here. Let's move the outer text box over here. Better. No. You can even just click on us and move it with your arrows from the keyboard. As you can see. Move it just with my arrows. Maybe your textbox and big enough for your text while you can make it bigger by going on a corner and drag it to the opposite direction. You have just a filtText and you want to make it smaller. Well, we can do this also. On the top. You can see this little spinny arrow. You can use it to spin your texture around as you can see. But most of the time you'll want to use all these things. But maybe once you need them and it's good to know. One more cool thing is that you can align it in your textbox. And you can do this from here. From align text. We can align it on the top, in the middle or at the bottom. Let's say we want it to be in the middle. Perfect. Let's say again, we want to use another text box and there isn't one. Well, it's nice because you can insert it. And to do this, of course we have to go to Insert tab. And here you can see that along distribute, we have this icon named text box. If I click it. And if we click it, we can go here and drag and make it as big as we want. Perfect. No, We can write anything in it. Now. We can get rid of them. This is all for today. Now, you can go and practice at all before the next lecture, where I'll show you how to work with bullets. So goodbye and see you next time. 7. 7)Bullet Points: Hello and welcome back to our new lecture. Today, I show you some things about bullets and how to work with them. So let's not waste any more time and start working with them. Here we are. So most of the time you'll be working with slides, but your slides most of the time we'll have bullets on them. I can say that they are quite important. So let me add a new slide. And I want a title and content slide, and that means title, bullet points. Let me add just a random title. If I click on the text box, you can see that there is already a bullet point waiting for us. If I write something in it and then I press enter, it will come back again. You may be asking, what is the best font size, four bullet points. And all the people that I know says that in general is not good to use font sizes that are below 20. Rest, if you have a presentation to make in front of an audience, the best is 32 or 36, because it's big enough to be seen by everyone in the room, even if they're in back of it. After you finish writing a paragraph, please use full stop. For your best. And after that, you can hit Return key and you'll be sent on the next row. If you are asking how many bullets you should use on page The answer is that it depends on what are you talking about. If you want to make a list of things to be seen, Barcelona, you can make a list as long as you want or as long as you need. But if you want to teach someone something new is maximum four rows. Because most of the people can keep just between 47 things in their head at the same time. If you think that you need only five or six bullet points, then just use two slides instead of fun. The first slide, two or three bullet points, and there's the rest of them on the second slide. If you want to add the sub-bullet, there are two ways. The first one is by normally writing something and then go to the start of the line and then hit Tab. You can push the row as much as you want or union. The other way of doing it is by letting me delete this one. Let me write something. Once again. I can do this by going over here to this arrow that pushes the arrow. I can go back again with this arrow. Again. You can push the row as much as you want. As much as you can go and exercise what I've showed you. Go select the new title and content slide and go practice from there. Let me jump into the next part of the session. Now, in case you want to do something that will make you stand out. Well, keep in mind that boiling points are like this because they don't need to look special. But you can choose some other variance of bullet points by going along this ribbon. Here in this section paragraph, you will see these two icons. If you just click on this one, you will either delete this or you'll be switched from this one. If I click this, my bullet points will be numbers. If I click on this drop-down from here, I can select how I want them to be. I can select these two types of numbers, Roman letters, a, B, C. And these bullet points are good to use if you want to have a numbered list. This comes in handy for the moment when the things must go in on specific order. Almost the same thing applies for this specific bird point. But these are more specialists. Say. In addition to all of this, we can go here and select Bullets and Numbering. We can customize them. And we can use a lot of different symbols. This rabbit symbols. This. Let's just use this thing from here. This is our new bullet point. Now, don't forget that most of them can be disrupting. Careful what bullet points here. This is all for today. Go again and practice. All you've learned today. We'll see next time when we'll talk about slideshow. 8. 8)Slide Show: Welcome back. Today we'll talk about slideshow. So let's open our PowerPoint. Here we are. Let's say you're finished your PowerPoint and now you want to present it, or you just wanted to see your presentation includes screen. Well, for that, you have to use slideshow. And there are some ways to access it. For the demonstration purpose. I've added some icons on some pages to see when I show you a different one. You can see that there is a tab called slideshow, and you can click on it. And along this ribbon you have some icons. You can start your slideshow from here, from beginning. You can start from the current slide. You can customize your slideshow. And if I go to custom shows, here, I can select which slides to be presented and in which order. As you can see, I can set the slide number four to be the first one. But this is only for the demonstration purpose. We want to do this right now. We can set up slideshow, or we can hide the slide. As you can see. Now, the first one, the first slide is crossed. We can set the timing from here. We can record our slideshow. We can select from where three coordinate. If we want to record from the current slide, or if we want to record from beginning. You can select your monitors in case you have more. If you want to use Presenter View. And I think this is where the slideshow. But as I said in the beginning, there are more ways to access it. But until there, you can go and customize some of your slides. You can slide start slideshow from here, and you can even make it a custom. You can hide some slides. And of course try to record it. We can see that if I started slides from now on this monitor, I have the slideshow presenter. And if I select from here SOP Presenter View and slideshow. See the slideshow on this screen. This is because I have two monitors, not only one. In director of view. We can show the task bar. We can use this display settings, duplicate slideshow and sub Presenter View and slideshow. Or we can end the slideshow. We can advance to the next animation or slide. As you can see here, we have on which side? Which slide are we? When you get to the end of your slideshow, you have this black screen. And to create it, you have just to press Escape. And now we're back on our presentation. Some of the other ways to start your presentation is to go to this corner. And you'll see that we have normal here, Slide Sorter, Reading View, and slideshow. And of course, if I click on it, I'll be back on the slideshow and on director mode. And if I click to solve the slideshow, here is the slideshow. Again, if I press escape out, quit it. For those of you who likes the shortcuts, you can use Shift F5 and your slideshow with this comment. This is all for today. Thank you for all the attention. And now you can go and practice what I've showed you. Go and make a custom slideshow just for the exercise purpose. And assume next time when we'll talk about how you can insert pictures. Have a nice and productive their head. 9. 9)Inserting Pictures: Welcome to our new lecture. Now, you have some kind of basic knowledge on PowerPoint. So let us get more. Today. We'll learn how to insert pictures. On the next lecture, we'll learn how we can format them. Let's jump into PowerPoint. Here we are. So now you have to understand that this is not the paper or animal PowerPoint as a graphic design application. If you know or professional graphic designer, you'll see that here's a lot of pictures. Pictures help us understand sometimes better, or they can help us connect in and a motive sort of way. They make things feel more real and they looked better. Inserting a picture in PowerPoint, It's very, very simple. You just have to go to Insert tab. And along this ribbon, we'll see that there's this second pictures. If we click on the drop-down, we see that we have three options. Insert pictures from this device. If picture on your computer, on your computer already saved, we can use this one. Stock images. These are some images put Georgia disposal by PowerPoint. You can go and find some nice pictures online pictures, and insert pictures from a variety of sources. You can use, of course this one also if you don't want to search before your presentation and save it on your desktop or in a folder. You can use this options. I want to choose stock image. So I'll click on the second option. Let me choose. I don't know why should I chose? Let's just disband. Its very nice. Now as you can see, usually pictures come in a very big way and you can resize it by going to a corner and dragging it. Of course, you can make it bigger as well. But we want the small picture and put it in the corner. You can move it by clicking, pressing, and then dragging it. Be careful where you place the image because usually beginners end up coding text with pictures and it doesn't look that good. Place it as far as you can, give the text and the image some space. Even that means sometimes you will have to make it smaller, that made it normally. Let's try and add a new slide. And on this slide, I want to search for an online picture. Let's see how it works. And we have some ideas for what we can search for a cat. And here we have some options of cats we can add to our PowerPoint. Now. The blobs, bolts cat, I love those ones. Let's use this one. You can see that this photo by unknown author is less than under CC BY NC. We can delete this text from here because we don't need it. Again, we can re-size this picture and move it around. I did it only for the demonstration purposes today. This is all with the inserting of a picture. Can go and try the sound next time. I'll show you how to format it. And that will take much longer time. So see you next time. 10. 10)Format Pictures: Hi there and welcome to our new lecture. Today. We'll continue on our topic on pictures. But today we'll learn how we can promote them. So let's jump into the PowerPoint. Here we are. Let's say we want to make this panda, our template. They want to make it our template on the title slide. Well, to do this, first we have to, in this picture and inserted over here. After that, we have to make it bigger to for it to be easier, less than mouth. And let us drag the corners till they're bigger than our slide. Well, I think this is enough. We can see how it will look on this mini presentation over here in the left. Or to see how it will look on full-screen, we can use the slideshow. Let's say this is quite a beautiful picture. It looks nice. So we've done our job this time. Let's press Escape. And were labeled. Be careful when you do this to not leave any whitespace on your slideshow. But what can you do if you, if you have some text on it? While I'll show right now, let me move this, spend our smaller, let me add a title. Now. If I make this picture bigger again, the text, and they're, well, somehow we can make this picture go backwards. If we click on an orange, then you will see that we have this options. Bring to front, center, back, bring forward, and send backwards. If we click on Send Backwards, it will go step-by-step. And now we have our title. What we have to do is to highlight this text. Let's make it white or purple or no better white. And I want to make it bold. And let's use Arial. If I drag it and move to this corner and make it smaller, we should make this smaller. We can arrange it in a corner. We can add also here the subtitle and 30 outdoor. Again, let's highlight this text. Let's make it quite black. Bold. Let's move it underneath. Let's make it smaller. Perfect. If I showed the slideshow, how nice it looks. Let's show what this orange can do. If I go bring to front, it will be the first thing on the page. If you have something as your title, it won't be shown. If I send to back, it will be the last thing on your page and everything will be in its face. Just bring forward. We'll go one step at a time. The same thing with sound backwards. This is the stacking order. And it's good to know it and how to use it. Now, you can go and try this out. Go choose a random picture and resize it. Be your cover picture, and then go and play with the arrange of the picture. Now, let me show that we can also crop the picture in case it is much bigger than a slide. To do this, we must go to the Format tab picture parameter right here. And then move this ribbon. You'll see this crop icon. In case you don't see picture format, it is because the picture isn't highlighted. If I click also the width, you can see that it disappears and when I click back on the picture, it is back. If I click Crop, I have some options on this drop-down crop. Curb to shape, aspect ratio. Feel fit. And if I select fit, you can see that we can, these things. We can make it perfect from here. Now it has the same aspect ratio as our sled, and there's nothing outside of it. And only this text. But of course we can drag it. And now everything is perfect. Now we have looked at some of the different effects that we can use on our pictures. So let's take a look on the extra ones that are mostly kind of hanging around. If I go again on picture format. And now you can see here, there are a lot of options how we can format your picture. We can remove the background and we'll play with this later. We can use corrections. Here. You can change the brightness of your picture most dogs time. I think I haven't really used this one. But I think we can. And it is nice to use. You can blow your image. As I can see. You can go to color and change the color or the saturation as you can see of your picture. You can add some artistic effects. I don't know if you ever use these things, but of course, transparency. And as I said, I don't think you'll use much of this, but there are good to know. You can rely on them. You can compress pictures in case this. This is very usable. When you have a PowerPoint presentation with a lot of pictures, you'll see that they are kind of big and you can't really send them an e-mail if they're too big. To do this, you can compress pictures and compression options as you can see him apply only to this picture. Delete cropped areas of pictures. And we can want to use it on all the pictures on this presentation. We can use default resolution. Email is good enough. But if you have a screen that is more performance, the pictures look at the bad. So for that, we can use Web, good for webpages and projectors. If we do this. Now, when you create your presentation and save it, decompress, it will apply. You can also change the picture. We can change it from icons, from clipboard, from online sources, from stock images from a file. We can reset the picture size. We can add some frames on it. As you can see. Again, I normally use this very much, but maybe you'll need it. We have some really nice options. You can change the border of your pictures. You can add some ethics from here. Also. You can add shadows. You can add some soft edges. Bible, 3D rotation. You can use alt text from here. Of course, bring forward, backward selection plane. We can align it. Use it. Let's use this one. It can align it to the left. You can center it length to the right, middle. Rotate it. Again, you can crop it. You can do a lot of things with these pictures. You can go and try this out. Go crop a picture and you can add some effects just for the demonstration purpose. Make it transparent. Some artistic effects and border. Why not? Now, let me show you how we can remove the background of your picture. And to do that, the best way is to add the picture with a personal need. Let's go to Insert Picture stock images. And let's search for men. We can cut out these guys. Padlet, choose. Let's use this men. Now. I want to make it bigger. It's bigger to remove the background on a big picture because you can see it more detailed. And when you make it smaller, if you make some mistakes, they won't be easy to sin. And now, if you have this four options, market areas to keep, Mark Areas to remove, discard all changes and keep changes. Let's mark the areas that we want to keep. As you can see, if I drag a line, it will keep the areas around the land that I drag. I want to keep all his body. We have some drugs. We have to drag some lines. We have some thing here also of his shoulder here too. We have some hair in here. Here. Here. Now you see there's this space, this one that I want to get rid of it. And I will mark them with this one. Perfect. Perfect. Perfect. And this things. Now I think it's perfect. Keep Changes. Now we have our own cutout. People. How good it looks here. It's nice. We can also go to insert pictures, stock images. And you'll see this tab with cut-off people that they are already waiting for you there, perfect made. But maybe they aren't as usable for your presentation. And you want to use another one, or you can use to cut out this panda from here. If I go to Format tab, we won't background areas to keep. We can try to keep this panda. Want to work as easy. Because as you can see, there's very black defined and the panda also, the PowerPoint one made the difference of its skin and the background of the picture. You can see, well, we can try to keep it like this. Now if we make it smaller, as you can see, it doesn't look the best. So let me delete it. You can go now and try to find someone. Removes its background, blue with it. Why not try make it as good as you can? This is all for today's video. You can go and try all of this out. Go and remove the background, play with it. And I'll see you next time. Have a nice day. 11. 11)Shapes: Hi there and welcome to our last lecture. Today, I show you how you can draw shapes important point. So there's not waste any more time and let's jump into it. Here we are. Powerpoint has a number of drawing tools that you can use to create graphic elements in your slides. Probably you won't come in and do a lot of graphic, graphic designs. And you're definitely not going to be drawing things like cats and dogs or maybe dogs, I don't know. But they come in handy when you have a picture like we have here. And the text is unpredictable. We want it to be, well, we can come and the shape to make the contrast. We can come in here. And we can go to shapes. As you can see, we have a lot of different types of shapes, but most of the time you'll use only this one's. So let's use this blank slide to make you understand how shapes are working. You can use a rectangle and if you drag it, you can make it as big as you want. And if you want to create a square, and it doesn't exist in that list over there. You can press Shift while creating this. And you can see we have our square now. But I want to keep a rectangle and the same things apply. This oval. If you want to create the circle, you have to press shift. If I press Shift, now, we have a perfect circle. And the way we can use it to make our title more visible is to go over here, select shapes. And we can create a rectangle for this place. We can send it backwards. And we can format it to be white. We can choose a color from here. We can highlight this text over here and make it black. The same thing with our subtitle. We can make it black. Now, or title and subtitle are more visible. This is the way you can use these shapes and sometimes they're very usable. For our example right here. It doesn't look the best, but you can still use it. Now we can go and insert a shape by yourself and then resize it. Be sure you have understood how to do it. And now let me show you how you can format this one. You can go to Share format that will appear only a few highlight the shape. If you click outside of it, you can see that it disappears. We can go to Share format and it's kind of similar to the way it can format picture. We can change its color from here. As you can see. We can add a little lot of different colors. You can change it. Again from here. You can change its outline. From here. We can add some shape effects as Reflection, bevel, soft edges. Treat the rotation. Can use this. With bringing format, send back. We can make this as textbox. We can use it as one. And they're kind of almost all the things you can do it later shapes. As I said, you can use them as a textbox. From here, you can edit the shape. Again. You can add different shapes from here. Also. This is our last lecture. Thank you for your support. I hope that now you understand how to use shapes also. Have one more lecture that is closure. And I hope I'll see you there. 12. 12)Closure: Hi guys and welcome back. I'm not going to bore you with a recap of the agenda because you know what you've already covered. Basically, if you made it so far, it means that they've completed the course. There's not much to say about. Congratulations. I'm really proud and most thankful because you follow this course. And at the same time, I hope that they'll blown some nice things that both PowerPoint. It is very hard for me to say goodbye so they can review, and I hope we'll see you very soon.