PowerPoint 2013 Switch from Beginner to Advanced: Intro | Gilberto Berlanga | Skillshare

PowerPoint 2013 Switch from Beginner to Advanced: Intro

Gilberto Berlanga, International Relationist / Industrial Engineer

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38 Lessons (58m)
    • 1. Knowing the PowerPoint 2013 Interface and crating a new presentation

      1:52
    • 2. Knowing the PowerPoint 2013 INterface

      3:20
    • 3. Creating a slide

      1:11
    • 4. How to open and close presentations

      1:31
    • 5. Type and edit text

      1:09
    • 6. Saving Options

      2:04
    • 7. Cut Copy & Paste

      2:51
    • 8. Keyboard Shorcuts

      1:15
    • 9. Zoom Level

      0:47
    • 10. Adding and deleting comments

      1:28
    • 11. Normal and Outline view

      2:22
    • 12. Sorter View

      0:23
    • 13. Understanding Slide Master

      3:33
    • 14. Arrange WIndows to Compare

      0:58
    • 15. Format Text

      2:50
    • 16. Character Spacing

      1:06
    • 17. Bulleted Lists

      2:32
    • 18. Applying a Theme

      1:29
    • 19. Applying Grayscales

      0:36
    • 20. Using the Eyedropper tool

      1:08
    • 21. Changing the Layout

      0:47
    • 22. Hiding Slides

      0:49
    • 23. Grouping Sections

      2:04
    • 24. Delete a Slide

      0:32
    • 25. Creating Tables

      2:40
    • 26. Selecting Rows and Columns

      1:07
    • 27. Inserting and Deleting Rows and Columns

      1:17
    • 28. Drawing lines and shapes

      1:27
    • 29. Editing Shapes

      0:48
    • 30. Resizing and Rotating objects

      1:28
    • 31. Grouping and Merging objects

      1:05
    • 32. Alligning and Distributing objects

      1:23
    • 33. Apply border to Objects

      1:15
    • 34. Apply effects to objects

      2:48
    • 35. Insert a Picture

      0:57
    • 36. Applying styles and effects to pictures

      0:51
    • 37. Applying artistic effects

      0:41
    • 38. Sizing and Cropping Photos

      1:56

Project Description

Make an engaging presentation

In order to make an engaging presentation, your PowerPoint presentation should contain at least 8 of the following elements

  • Pictures
  • Screenshot
  • Lines & Shapes
  • Borders & Effects to objects
  • Artistic Effects
  • Grayscales
  • Grouping & Merging
  • Cropped image
  • Tables
  • Bulleted List
  • Comments

The presentation topic can be one of your choice, something that you really like, or that you are passioned about, so you can easly express yourself and create the presentation such as a specific topic, a sales presentation, a presentation for a store, about your school or work or your hobbies.

(You can take screenshots of your Presentation and upload them to project gallery of this class)

If you have any questions at all feel free to ask!

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