This Presentation is NOT designed to be an
example of an effective presentation. It
uses far too many “flashy” techniques for
This presentation is designed to show that I
have a range of skills that I can use within
the PowerPoint application.
What can it do for you?
What will this presentation teach
This presentation will not teach you how to
What it will do, however, is introduce you
to the capabilities of the software – and
some of the things you can do with it.
At some points, you will be expected to
interact with the presentation. If you see a
picture of a mouse, you should click on it.
Try it now.
What is Powerpoint?
PowerPoint is part of the Microsoft Office suite of programmes.
It is a program which allows you to convey information to clients in a
more visual way than in a Word document or an Excel spreadsheet.
PowerPoint presentations can be viewed on any PC, even if it does
not have the program installed.
PowerPoint presentations are particularly effective when run on
large monitors or Plasma TV’s as demonstrations to potential
customers or clients of the organisation.
You can use many effects and visual tricks to get information
PowerPoint should be easy to use for anyone who is familiar with
any other Office application
CLICK WHEN READY
Eye Catching Tricks
Up until now, you have only seen text –
and you are probably finding it a bit boring.
The whole point of using Powerpoint is to
You can use lots of text effects……….
This is the
The text can
And many, many more!
Elements to add
You have already seen a full screen photo, but
you can make photos any size you want.
• You can even move a picture anywhere on the screen!
You can also include Excel Graphs, or even
show someone directions…….
A Map of County Hall
And, of course,
Brand your page
With a logo.
There are many other things you
But what you have seen in this
presentation covers the very basics
If you want to know more about
Powerpoint and how it can help your
department, please contact the IT
department. We are here to help!
Click the mouse to view presentation again, or click anywhere else
on the screen to end.