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Easy to learn and fun to use, PowerPoint 2003 sets the standard by which all other presentation programs are measured.

In this highly interactive hands-on class, you値l learn how to create dazzling multimedia presentations for just about any audience. You'll be able to create and display slides filled with formatted text, video, audio, animation, special effects, charts, outlines, video clips, images, and links to the Web.


You値l learn how to work with task panes and the clip organizer, and how to access the Design Gallery Live and Template Gallery Web sites to download clip art and templates for your presentations. You値l even be able to save your presentations in HTML so they can be shared with others over the Web.

You値l also learn how to use some of the exciting new features exclusive to PowerPoint 2003, including the new PowerPoint Viewer, the Package-for-CD feature, and the Reference task pane.


Your instructor will share with you her many years of teaching experience, providing you with valuable tips and keyboard shortcuts to use with PowerPoint 2003. She値l also take you on many field trips to useful Web sites that will help broaden your knowledge of PowerPoint.

 

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This course includes a knowledgeable and caring instructor who will guide you through your lessons, facilitate discussions, and answer your questions. The instructor for this course will be Kathy Van Pelt.

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About the ExpertRating Online Microsoft PowerPoint Course (2003-Introduction) instructor : Kathy Van Pelt has been involved in education for many years, teaching and assisting students with microcomputer application courses. Kathy specializes in Microsoft Office applications, the Windows operating system, and keyboarding. For the past 20 years, she has taught computer courses at a community college, teaching both in the classroom and online. Before that, she spent nine years teaching word processing and business classes at a private business college. She loves being in the ever-evolving educational field, and she's especially excited about the flexibility that online learning offers students.

  Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 Skills Program requirements: For taking this instructor led ExpertRating Online Microsoft PowerPoint Course (2003-Introduction) you need Microsoft Windows XP or 2000, Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 or Microsoft Office 2003 (Student and Teacher Edition, Standard Edition, Small Business Edition, or Professional Edition are all acceptable - please be sure to install this software on your computer before the course begins), Internet access, e-mail, and the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web browser. This course is not suitable for Macintosh users, nor for users of any of the 2007 versions of Microsoft PowerPoint. Microsoft PowerPoint 2002 users will be supported in the discussion area.

 Testimonials: The ExpertRating Online Microsoft PowerPoint Course (2003-Introduction) has received overwhelming positive feedback and reviews from students around the world. Here are a few:
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"Very good course. Instructor was excellent. Before this course, I knew Zero about PowerPoint. Now, I feel confident that I can put together a very good presentation for work."

"I enjoyed this class and while I have used powerpoint for YEARS I did pick up several tips that I can use in the future. I would love to take an advanced course with this same instructor."

"Although I was unsure of online instruction because I have never taken an online course before, I LOVED the online instruction! I found myself counting the hours to when the next lesson would be released! I was able to fit this course into my hectic schedule and even take it 'on the road' when I needed to. Thank you for offering this option!"

"This was an excellent class. It was very well organized. And I like the structure of it. I learned PowerPoint very well. I have already created a PowerPoint presentation for my job."

"Thank you. I thought I knew a lot about PowerPoint and was hoping for an intermediate class. I learned I had much to learn! I have already applied new knowledge to actual presentations. I look forward to taking additional on-line courses. I would enjoy a course from this same instructor."

"Thank you. I thought I knew a lot about PowerPoint and was hoping for an intermediate class. I learned I had much to learn! I have already applied new knowledge to actual presentations. I look forward to taking additional on-line courses. I would enjoy a course from this same instructor."

"Easy to follow and understand. The amount of material covered in each lesson allowed for its completion and understanding; thorough without being overwhelming. I read the discussion area each week; the instructor went out of her way to assist students with their questions. The instructor's attention to content and student needs made me feel very comfortable and assisted in my learning."

 

 

 

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The final exam is fully based upon the ExpertRating Online Microsoft PowerPoint Course (2003-Introduction)ware that is provided along with the Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 certification. If you have gone through the courseware properly you should not have a problem clearing the exam. The exam consists of multiple choice questions from all chapters of the ExpertRating Online Microsoft PowerPoint Course (2003-Introduction)ware.

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The better and improved multimedia capabilities make for more effective and powerful presentations.

Microsoft PowerPoint is a presentation program which runs on Microsoft Windows and Mac OS. It is a part of the Microsoft Office system. It gives the presentations a professional look. You can capture, synchronize, and publish audios, videos and images with the help of this application. You can also add customized animations as well as multimedia to the slides to make them more interesting.

 

The best part about Microsoft Outlook is that you do not have to be a professional to use this tool. Microsoft PowerPoint is a useful tool for businessmen, students and teachers alike. You can create consistent slides without being an expert designer. The ExpertRating Microsoft PowerPoint Certification will help you gain confidence by giving you a comprehensive understanding of this application and helping you deliver powerful presentations.

ExpertRating Online Microsoft PowerPoint Course (2003-Introduction) Coverage (6 weeks program)
 

Week One

Wednesday - Lesson 01

Come explore the basic features of Microsoft PowerPoint 2003, including how to plan a presentation and start the PowerPoint program. PowerPoint's Auto-Content Wizard makes it easy to create a professional looking presentation in a very short time. The first lesson will look at the menus and the many toolbars you have at your disposal with PowerPoint 2003. It will also look at other basics, including working with different views, task panes, and tabs.

Friday - Lesson 02

Now that you know the basics of PowerPoint, you can create a presentation from scratch. This lesson will start by choosing a colored design template from the Slide Design task pane and choose a layout for your first few slides with the Slide Layout task pane. It will discuss the two things you need to do to save a file so you know where to find it later. Then this lesson will go over different ways to put on a slide show. This lesson will be covering a lot of important stuff.

Week Two

Wednesday - Lesson 03

You'll find that there's usually more than one way to perform a task. This lesson will show you multiple ways to open a presentation. Then, it will teach you how to open a file and save it with a different name. Chances are you'll need to edit the text on your slides; so this lesson will teach you how to use the Outline tab to work with just the text on your slides. As the class progresses, you'll add new slides to your presentation and learn to work with different slide layouts. In this lesson you'll also learn how to create and edit table slides and work with the Tables and Borders toolbar.

Friday - Lesson 04

No program is complete without a Spell Checker. PowerPoint not only has a Spell Checker, but a Style Checker as well. The Style Checker helps maintain consistency throughout your presentation as it can check for the consistent use of punctuation and capital letters, among other things. Microsoft added the ability to do online research within PowerPoint 2003 with the Research task pane. It痴 a certainty that you'll be surprised to see how the Print dialog box in PowerPoint is different from other programs. You'll also learn all about the options in the Print dialog box in this lesson, including how to print slides, handouts, an outline, and notes.

Week Three

Wednesday - Lesson 05-

This lesson will switch gears and work with images instead of text. It will show you how to embellish your slides with media clips, which could be a piece of clip art, a photograph, a movie, or a sound clip. You'll even learn how to download an image from a Web site and insert the image on a slide. This lesson will spend a lot of time talking about the Clip Art task pane, which is the tool you'll use to organize, search for, and insert media clips on your slides.

Friday - Lesson 06

Hope you like to draw, because that's what will be done in this lesson! The good news is that you don't have to be an artist to use the WordArt and AutoShape tools on the Drawing toolbar to draw shapes on your slide. With the WordArt feature, you'll transform your text into an object that can be designed with color, texture, patterns, or just about anything you like. With the AutoShapes tool, you can draw all kinds of shapes including lines and connectors, a smiley face, a crescent moon, stars, banners, block arrows, flow chart symbols, callouts, and more! You can format these AutoShape objects with color and texture just like you can format your WordArt objects. After getting a few objects on a slide, this lesson will show you how you can group them into one object.

Week Four

Wednesday - Lesson 07

In this lesson, you'll learn how to create and edit chart slides to illustrate statistical data. You'll find this lesson easy if you like working with math and numbers. If you're one of the many who don't like math, that's okay because this lesson will walk you through everything you need to do and know to create a chart slide. If you have used a spreadsheet program, such as Microsoft Excel, creating chart slides in PowerPoint will be a breeze. And while you're working with numbers and math, you can still be creative with your charts by changing the options such as font color and size, bar color, chart type, and so on.

Friday - Lesson 08

The topic of this lesson is animation. You'll learn about Slide Transitions and Animation Schemes. A slide transition is an animation effect that plays during a slide show when a new slide appears. For example, a slide might fly in from the top or perhaps it pushes up from the bottom. After learning about slide transitions, you'll learn about animation schemes, which allow you to apply animation to the text and some objects on your presentation slides. You'll learn that some animations schemes contain more animation features than other schemes, and some even include a slide transition. You'll find the Animation Schemes feature fun and easy to use.

Week Five

Wednesday - Lesson 09

Another animation feature, Custom Animation, is on the agenda for this day. While slide transitions allow you to apply animation to your slides as they transition, and animation schemes allow you to apply animation to text on your slides, custom animation allows you to apply animation to text and objects on individual slides. The Custom Animation task pane allows you to customize the animation on any slide. This lesson will show you how to use the Custom Animation task pane to add and reorder animated text and objects on a slide and how to add sound effects and music to your presentation.

Friday - Lesson 10

In this lesson, you'll broaden your PowerPoint knowledge with two features. One is the ability to save your presentation as a Web page and view it online with a browser such as Internet Explorer. This feature seems to get better with every version of PowerPoint. The other feature this lesson will explore is the Package for CD command on PowerPoint's File menu. This is a new feature in PowerPoint 2003 and you'll really appreciate it. It allows you to save PowerPoint presentations on a CD if you use the Windows XP operating system and your computer has a CD burner. If you have a CD burner, but you're using Windows 2000, you can use the Package for CD feature to package your presentation and any supporting files to a folder.

Week Six

Wednesday - Lesson 11

This lesson will take a look at ways to change a presentation's look with masters, color schemes, and backgrounds. Masters are used to make global changes to your slides, handouts, and notes. For example, if you want to increase or decrease the font size of the text on all the slides in a presentation, make the change on the slide master. Another global change you can make to a presentation is to modify the background color with a color scheme, or with the Background option on the Format menu. You'll get a chance to work with both of these options.

Friday - Lesson 12

The last lesson will work with hyperlinks, including Action buttons. PowerPoint's hyperlink feature allows you to create links in a presentation that jump to a variety of locations. You really do have a lot of choices as you can create links from text or objects to other slides, other presentations, other documents, and to Web pages. PowerPoint has its own version of hyperlinks called Action buttons. Action buttons serve as hyperlinks to slides, other presentations, other documents, or Web sites. You draw an action button on a slide with your mouse then instruct PowerPoint where to link to. You can add interest to your action buttons by changing their color and making them three-dimensional. In addition, you can associate a sound or other action that initiates when you click an action button.

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