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PowerPoint provides an easy-to-use multimedia presentation production will no doubt enjoy learning and which you and your students will find useful for. This document provides instructions for using some of the more advanced features in. PowerPoint, including slide masters, techniques for running presentations. If you would like to download Microsoft PowerPoint, it is available at a substantial The images and screen dumps throughout this tutorial are from Microsoft Office X .. Windows Bitmap (BMP), Portable Document Format (PDF), Encapsulated.
Step 2: Insert the questions Once the file has been converted, click on "Insert questions". The slides are displayed on the left and the questions on the right. How to participate? Step 3: Start the presentation Click on "Start" next to your presentation, and use the right arrow to move from slide to slide.
Once you reach a question, it will be displayed on the audience's screens for them to answer. The end You have successfully completed the final tutorial! I'd say that deserves a little cheer, perhaps even some applause.
Choose the desired layout from the dropdown. This new layout will be applied to the selected slide and PowerPoint will try to move the slide contents to the correct place in the new layout. If you're moving from one pre-built layout to another, this usually works fairly well. But if you apply a layout to a slide that wasn't structured correctly in the first place e.
Slide Master It is possible to make changes to all slides within a presentation, like changing the text size of all slide titles. You can also make changes to a specific slide layout, or even create new custom layouts.
All of these changes are possible in the Slide Master view. This view allows you to create accessible layouts that meet the needs of the presentation while maintaining a proper heading structure and reading order. The different layouts that are available in the presentation will be displayed in the left-hand sidebar. The first slide in this sidebar is the Master Layout. Changes made to the Master Layout will usually be applied to every slide in the presentation.
Below this Master Layout are the different individual layouts. Changes made to one of these will be applied to every slide that uses this layout. To create a new slide layout, select Insert Layout, and then Rename to give the new layout a descriptive name.
You can then insert placeholder objects, change the size and position of objects on the slide, etc. Changes made within this view will automatically be applied throughout the presentation.
Slide Reading Order Although it is best to use slide layouts when possible, there may be times when you need to add content to a slide when it would be impractical to create a new slide layout. By default, a screen reader will read the slide title first, followed by other content in elements defined in the slide layout. Then it will read any additional content on the side in the order it was added to the slide.
If you add content with this principle in mind, it should be presented to screen reader users in a logical order. The Selection Pane will appear in the right-hand sidebar. The pane will show every object on the slide. Highlighting an object in the pane will also highlight it in the slide.
The reading order for the elements in this page is bottom to top. At first this may seem illogical, but it helps to think of these objects as layers on a slide.
The first object on the slide will be read first. If another object is added to the page on top of the this first object, it will be read next by a screen reader and will also cover the first object visually.
To reorder an item, simply click and drag. Note The Arrange dropdown menus also includes options to reorder a single object. This will change the visual position on the page as well as the reading order. Bring to Front moves an item to the top layer, meaning it will be read last by a screen reader. Send to Back moves an item to the bottom layer.
It will be read first by a screen reader. Bring Forward moves an item up one layer, or later in the reading order. Send Backward moves an item down one layer, or earlier in the reading order. If you use these options, be sure to check the Selection Pane to ensure the reading order makes sense. Accessibility Advanced Description: This document has been developed to provide you with information about accessibility and Microsoft PowerPoint Custom Animations Beginner Description: This guide offers step-by-step instructions to creating dynamic presentations using custom animations.
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