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					Unit 2 — Software


         Lesson 10 —
         Presentation Graphics
         and Multimedia
    Objectives

       Describe presentation graphics software.
       Explain the advantage of using visuals.
       Create a presentation.
       Work in different views.
       Insert new slides.
       Delete slides.


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    Objectives (continued)

       Select appropriate slide layouts.
       Add design.
       Add charts and WordArt.
       Add transitions and animations, and
        customize backgrounds.
       Print a presentation and handouts.


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    Objectives (continued)

       Describe effective presentation rules.
       Identify some presentation tips and hints.
       Add animated GIFs to a presentation.
       Add a music background to a presentation.
       Describe advantages and disadvantages of
        adding multimedia effects to a presentation.


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    Using Visuals in a Presentation

       Use software to produce slides that support
        and illustrate a presentation.
       Use an attention-holding technique.
        –   Graphics
        –   WordArt
        –   Charts
       Hardware requirements are a computer and
        a projector.
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    Overview

       Electronic presentations are made possible
        with
        –   Presentation graphics software
        –   Computer
        –   Projector
       Special effects make presentations
        appealing.


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    Other Options for Electronic
    Presentations

       Self-running presentations
       Online meetings
       Presentation broadcasting
       Web presentations
       Overhead transparencies
       35mm slides
       Audience handouts

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    Creating a Presentation

       Plan your presentation.
       Launch your software.
       Chose which method you will use to create
        your presentation.
       Select the slide layout.
        –   This is determined by the type of data that will
            be included on the slide.


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    Creating a Presentation (continued)

       Apply a Design template.
        –   Adds a background to the slide.
       Enter data for first slide, which is usually a title slide.
       Insert a new slide.
       Add animation.
        –   Adds movement to each bullet as it appears on the
            slide when the presentation is played.
       Add transitions.
        –   Adds movement to each slide as it is played.
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     Working in Different Views

        Normal view
         –   Outline Pane
         –   Slide Pane
         –   Notes Pane
         –   Task Pane
        Slide Sorter
         –   Displays all slides in thumbnail or miniature images.
         –   Animations and transitions may be added in this view.


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     Add ClipArt to Your Presentation

        Enhances visual appeal.
        Gives presentation a professional look.
        Sound clips, videos, and photographs may
         also be added to the presentation.




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     Adding Charts and WordArt to a
     Presentation

        Charts are a row-and-column display.
         –   Helps viewers visualize statistical information.
         –   Simplifies complex sets of data.
         –   Various types of charts: pie, line, column, bar.
        WordArt provides special effects for text in a
         presentation.
         –   Words can have different shapes.
         –   Shapes can be modified.

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     Playing and Printing a Presentation

        Playing a presentation:
         –   A presentation can be started at any slide.
         –   A presentation can be set to run automatically.
         –   A presentation can be stopped after any slide.
        Printing a presentation:
         –   Entire presentation
         –   Handouts
         –   Individual slides
         –   Speaker notes

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     Preparing an Effective Presentation

        Keep it simple.
        Use words or phrases, not sentences.
        Keep slides uncluttered.
        Be consistent.
        Project an image.
        Organize the information.
        Use color wisely.
        Create high contrast between the background and
         the text.
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     Delivering a Presentation

        Plan.
        Prepare.
        Use an outline.
        Talking: Do not talk to slow or too fast.
        Presenting: Make eye contact and be
         natural.
        Questions: Leave time for questions at the
         end.

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     Using Multimedia

        Multimedia is the use of text, graphics, audio,
         and video to communicate.
        It can be used effectively in presentations
         and Web pages.




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     Web-Based Multimedia

     Multimedia on the Web can include
      Simple animation using animated GIF files.
      Sound as background music using audio
       files.
      Movies using video files.
      Animated movies you create with special
       software such as Macromedia Flash.

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     Presentation-Based Multimedia

        Many of the same effects can be used in
         presentation software slide shows.
        Self-running presentations are used in kiosks
         and displays.
        Stores provide user-controlled presentations
         for shoppers.



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     Multimedia Design Considerations

        Graphic image formats are available in
         different levels of quality and file size.
        Audio and video files can greatly increase
         the size of a Web page or slide show.




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     Summary

        With presentation graphics software you can
         create a presentation to illustrate a sequence
         of ideas.
        Use presentation graphics for on-screen
         shows, self-running presentations, online
         meetings, Web presentation, overhead
         transparencies, audience handouts, and
         35mm slides.

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     Summary (continued)

        Some popular programs are Microsoft
         PowerPoint, Corel Presentation, and Lotus
         Freelance.
        Presentation graphics programs have
         different views to help you create a
         presentation. These views can include
         Normal, Outline, Slide Sorter, and Slide
         Show.

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     Summary (continued)

        Presentation graphics programs provide
         professionally designed templates.
        The addition of clip art and animation can
         make a presentation more entertaining.
        WordArt or TextArt can provide special text
         effects.
        Do not use a feature unless it adds to the
         presentation.

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     Summary (continued)

        When creating layouts, many designers use
         the rule of three.
        Some general rules: Keep it simple, use
         words or phrases, don’t clutter, be consistent,
         project an image, organize information, use
         contrast between text and background, and
         use text wisely.


23                 Lesson 10 – Presentation Graphics and Multimedia
     Summary (continued)

        Some techniques to improve your presentation
         include planning, preparing, outline, talking at a
         moderate rate, and leaving time for questions.
        Multimedia effects can increase the size of a
         presentation or Web page.
        Choosing the right format for graphics and
         audio/video clips is critical when creating a
         multimedia project.

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