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PowerPoint 2013/2016 - Level 2

Learn how to best create, edit, and share presentations with PowerPoint, the popular presentation platform. We will show how to build a slideshow from scratch or leverage PowerPoint templates and themes for quick construction. Then demonstrates how to add and edit text, images, graphs, video, and animation; format slides for consistency; and add speaker notes and transitions to ensure a smooth delivery. Plus, discover how to collaborate on changes and then share the final presentation via print, PDF, or a recorded slideshow.

Mastering the technical use of PowerPoint in order to entirely focus oneself on the presentation contents.

  • Review on how to insert, format, manage, manipulate and place objects
  • Object types (review – tips & tricks – specificities)
  • Slide master
  • Templates
  • Setting up the slide show
  • Most important communication rules on creating professional presentations

Anyone who wishes to improve their technical knowledge of the application, to learn the tricks on how to become fast, precise and efficient, and to learn the most important communication rules on creating professional presentations.

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