Microsoft PowerPoint TOSA PowerPoint 2019 E-Learning
TOSA PowerPoint 2019 E-Learning
Order this unique E-Learning course TOSA PowerPoint 2019 online, 1 year 24/7 access to rich interactive videos, speech, progress monitoring through reports and tests per chapter to test the knowledge directly.
Acquire the skills needed to utilize Microsoft PowerPoint in a work environment as you prepare for the
TOSA PowerPoint 2019 and TOSA PowerPoint 365 certification exams.
Learners can explore the basics of PowerPoint for Windows Office 365 to create presentations with ease. In this course, you will start by exploring it's many featyres. Begin by learning how to access the PowerPoint application from the Windows Office ribbon. Then, explore how to use PowerPoint's title and status bars, navigate its interface, operate its tools; change slide order, zoom level, and view mode; and align slide elements with PowerPoint's rulers and grid lines. Learners will also discover how to navigate between slides and presentations; scroll between slides and select one to edit; access the browser from the slide pane, and manage multiple projects at once!
In this 13-video course, learners can explore how to create a presentation in PowerPoint for Office 365, and finesse slides like a pro. First, observe how to create and begin editing a new document in PowerPoint. You will then explore presentation themes and templates, and how to customize them to meet your requirements. Next, learn how to add slides to a new presentation by recycling existing content. You will explore the several preset slide layouts available, and how to create your own. Learners will observe how PowerPoint's Slide Master View allows one to change the overall appearance of a presentation and make changes to multiple slides at once, and how to use it to create a template customized to one's requirements by using Slide Master View. Next, learn how to sort slides into sections to structure your presentation. You will learn how to create an outline in PowerPoint, and how to use the header and footer tools. Finally, observe how to create master slides to use multiple themes in a presentation.
1 hour 18 minutes
Explore ways to save, export, and share a presentation created in PowerPoint for Office 365 in this 15-video course. First, learn how to save a presentation on a PC, and in a OneDrive account. You will then learn how to share your presentation in different formats. This course demonstrates how to create a video version of a presentation by using PowerPoint. Next, observe how to create a handout version of your presentation in MS Word with thumbnail versions of each slide. You will learn how to save data on the document's author, its modification dates, and a host of other categories not stored on any slide. Continue by learning how to search your presentation for confidential or personal notes, comments, and off-slide objects that you do not want to share, and to remove them with PowerPoint tools. You will learn how to password-protect presentations. Finally, this course demonstrates how to compare multiple versions of a presentation, visualize the differences, and cycle through each change to accept or reject it.
Inserting & Manipulating Text
This 10-video course explores how to manipulate text in a PowerPoint for Office 365 presentation. You will examine some of the differences between using a word processor and PowerPoint; for example, you must create a text box to insert text. You will also learn how to use the Symbols menus to find and insert special characters. Learners will next observe how to use icons, including how to access the gallery and to insert, edit, and remove icons from a presentation. You will learn to use Undo and Redo tools, to run the spellcheck function to check both spelling and grammar in PowerPoint, and how to search for words in the entire slide show with the Find function. Continue by examining how the Replace tool is used to replace instances of a word or phrase, and how to use the replace tool for other actions, including editing or changing fonts. Finally, you will learn how to use the Smart Lookup tool to find additional information about a word in your presentation by using the Web.
Learners can explore ways in which to add, format, and organize text elements in a PowerPoint for Office 365 presentation in this 9-video course. First, you will examine how to enhance the appearance of text in a slide by using the variety of fonts available in the Font tool, and how to resize text with Text Size tools. You will learn how to adjust the position of text within a slide using the standard horizontal and vertical alignment options, and to adjust the position using the Rotate tool. Next, learn how to organize text into columns to maximize the use of space on your slides, how to choose the number of columns, and how to adjust spacing between columns. This course demonstrates how to add bullet points, adjust their size and style, and how to use numbered lists within a text box. You will learn how to customize your paragraph layout by using indent. Finally, learners will observe how to adjust line and paragraph spacing.
Enhancing Presentation Designs
This 11-video course explores ways to enhance the appearance of a presentation in PowerPoint for Office 365 by using different colors, different themes, and the design elements. Color can make a slide stand out, or a section of a slide, and here you will learn how to use the Custom Color options. You will learn how to use Draw options for annotating or drawing within a slide. Next, learn how to create customized and attractive titles by using the WordArt tool. PowerPoint themes have several predefined elements, including text font, text size, and background images or colors, and this course demonstrates how to insert each of them into your presentation. You will learn how to create your own theme, save it, and apply it to existing or new presentations; and how to browse with the Designer tool, and apply design ideas to add a new style to a presentation. Finally, this course demonstrates ways in which the Text Direction tool can be used to change how text appears on a slide.
Using Multimedia in Presentations
1 hour 1 minute
Explore the graphic elements of PowerPoint for Office 365, including images, audio files, video files, hyperlinks, in this 11-video course. First, examine how to insert hyperlinks into a slide by typing the Web address or pasting it in. You will then learn how to insert images from your computer and online sources, and how to insert a screenshot. This course examines several techniques to move or crop images. You will learn to adjust the size of an image, and add formatting effects, including a colored outline. This course demonstrates how to use advanced editing tools to adjust image effect with changes to brightness, sharpness, and color. You will learn how to use the 3D Model tools to insert three-dimensional images. You will also learn how to add multimedia files, including importing them from an existing file, or by recording your own audio directly. This course demonstrates how to insert a video file, and how to edit multimedia sources in slides. Finally, learners will observe how to create a photo album in a presentation.
Adding Data to Presentations
In this 8-video course, learners can explore multiple possibilities available for use in presenting data from a table or another file using PowerPoint for Office 365. You will learn how to insert a table into a slide, how to edit it, how to format your table by using the Alignment tools, and how to adjust overall layouts by adding and removing columns and rows. This course demonstrates how to change a table's appearance, including changing cell background colors, and to add and modify a table's borders. You will examine PowerPoint's options for creating equations, and equations presently available in PowerPoint. Next, learn how to write your own mathematical equations by using the Ink Equation tool, and see how an equation is transcribed to display as standard text. You will learn how to insert and create Microsoft forms, such as existing forms or quizzes. You will learn to insert a chart or table from a spreadsheet program into a slide. Finally, learners observe how to embed contents from another file into a presentation.
Creating Graphics & Diagrams
Explore how to create diagrams in a PowerPoint for Office 365 presentation by inserting shapes and adding SmartArt graphics, in this 10-video course. You will examine how to insert predefined shapes, and use the Shapes tool in the Drawing group to customize it, including changing its dimensions, style or adding text to it. Next, you will observe how to edit shapes, including block colors, how to apply gradients, patterns, and even interesting bitmap textures. Learn how to customize your shapes and text boxes by using the Border tool to create thicker lines, colored lines, adjust the line style, and how to apply different effects to shapes, for example, a shadow effect. You will observe how to use the SmartArt tool to create professional looking graphics to a presentation. This course demonstrates how to edit graphics by adjusting their layouts, resizing elements, and even changing the type of graphic. Finally, you will learn how to format a SmartArt graphic by changing the style or modifying the color.
Organizing Presentations Assets
In this 6-video course, learners can explore ways in which to enhance presentation by using basic editing capabilities in PowerPoint for Office 365. You will learn how to select items in a slide, and several ways to edit an item. You will then learn how to move items between slides by using cut, copy, and paste functions. Next, you will observe how to use the Selection pane to select specific items in a slide. You will learn to use the Clipboard, which stores the information you have selected, and keeps the formatting applied in the original item or text. This course continues by exploring several available tools in PowerPoint that can be used to organize items within a slide, including how to adjust the alignment of items, and how the slide is layered by bringing objects to the front or setting them behind other items. This course concludes by demonstrating how to group items together, and how to modify or move the entire group.
Sharing & Collaborating on a Presentation
Explore the options for sharing a presentation in PowerPoint for Office 365 via e-mail, OneDrive, and to SharePoint, and how to access files in OneDrive directly via PowerPoint, in this 8-video course. You will examine the integrated e-mail function in PowerPoint to create new e-mails. Learners will then observe how to save and share documents on OneDrive, Microsoft's online file storage. You will learn to create and send a shareable link via e-mail to other collaborators. You will learn how to access and edit your sharing permissions for each location, and how to define, change, and remove shared document link permissions. Continue by exploring the Activity panel to view changes and actions made in a document, and how to manage a document's version history, as well as restore a previous version. You will learn how to use PowerPoint to collaborate on a presentation in real time, and view when other people edit the document. Finally, learners will be shown how to share presentations as videos with PowerPoint and Microsoft Stream.
This 8-video course explores how to use animation to create a visually interesting presentation by using PowerPoint for Office 365. Learners can observe how to add animations to objects in slides, including shapes, images, and text boxes. You will also learn how to customize animations, to change how animation is activated, and to modify it. This course demonstrates how to use the Animations tab to add sounds, color, and text effects to your animations. You will learn to use the Create Animation tool to create a custom path animation or to insert a motion path animation from the Animation gallery. This course continues by demonstrating how the Master View can add animations to most or all of your presentation, without having to re-create the same animation multiple times, and how to use the Animation Painter to apply the same animation to multiple objects. You will learn to create transitions between slides. Finally, observe how to add smoother, more dynamic video-like transitions to your presentations by adding a Morph transition to your slides.
Preparing & Delivering Slideshows
Explore how to prepare and deliver a slide show by using PowerPoint for Office 365, in this 10-video course. First, observe how to access and activate a presentation by using the PowerPoint Slide Show mode. Then explore several tools to use when giving your presentation. You will learn how to turn your mouse into a laser pointer, to activate the Summary view, how to add subtitles in real time, and how to choose a subtitle language. Next, observe how to use the Notes Pane, and how to activate Presenter view to control your slide show. You will learn to use Annotation tools, including pen, highlighter, and erase to highlight specific content. This course demonstrates how to use PowerPoint Zoom to add slide summaries, and to navigate within your slide show. You will learn to use the Record Slide Show tool to record narration, annotations, and even timings. Finally, learners can explore uses of the Custom Slide Show tool to create multiple slide shows.
This 5-video course explores how to configure PowerPoint for Office 365 to meet your personal style when developing a presentation. In it, you will learn how to customize the view, interface, Quick Access Toolbar, and ribbon. You will then learn how to adjust the Presentation view while editing slides. This course examines the Office tool to browse, select, and install Add-ins. Learners will observe how to customize the PowerPoint interface by choosing a different Color Scheme, by changing the background design, and how activate and deactivate certain tools, for example, the Ruler. You will learn how to create shortcuts for tools that you frequently use by adding them to the Quick Access Toolbar. You will explore the PowerPoint ribbon, which is the location of most of the PowerPoint editing tools, how to edit the appearance of the ribbon, and how to change which Standard tabs are activated when you open PowerPoint. Finally, learners will observe how to use the Collapse tool to give more room to a slide and slide pane while editing.
- 10:29 hours
- Certificate of participation
- Online access
- 365 days
- Progress monitoring
- Award Winning E-learning
- Suitable for mobile
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