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Learn how to create PowerPoint presentations in the newest version of Microsoft Office. Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 for Beginners takes you through the PowerPoint 2016 interface and shows you how to create unique and interesting presentations using the software. By the end of this course, you'll be familiar with most of the features of the program and should be able to create PowerPoint presentations for your class, work, or home needs.
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|Section 1: First Steps|
We're going to make a presentation while introducing as many features of PowerPoint 2016 as possible for a short introductory video. Get an idea of what PowerPoint 2016 is like and how it works.
"Spy Glass" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
|Section 2: Basics of PowerPoint 2016|
When creating PowerPoint 2016 presentations you have many different text box and content area layouts available to you beyond the standard title and title and content slide types. In this video, we'll touch on all of them and discuss possible uses for each.
Every slide is going to have some level of text including titles and other information. In this video we'll discuss what options you have available to manipulate your text to look or display differently including lists, fonts, slide footers, alignment, and WordArt.
Learn the benefits of using a template over a blank PowerPoint presentation and how you find one that fits your needs and customize it.
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to work with pictures and images inside Microsoft PowerPoint 2016.
Shapes, Video, Audio, and Screen RecordingPreview
|Section 3: Intermediate PowerPoint|
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