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Go! With Microsoft Powerpoint 2010 Brief - With CD (11 Edition)

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The GO! System: Designed for Student Success!

 

The goal of the GO! Series is to provide you with the skills to solve business problems using the computer as a tool, for both yourself and the organization for which you might be employed. When you use the GO! Series in one of your courses, you use a “system” that includes a textbook, CD, and Companion Website with tools like videos and self-study aides.

 

Student CD Package

The Student CD package that comes with your book includes a CD to help you complete every project faster!

 

• Student Videos help you visually learn the skills in each chapter.

• Student Data Files needed to complete the projects in the textbook.

 

Student Textbook

• Project-based so you learn by creating real world projects, not by reading long pages of text or simply practicing features of an application.

• Very clear instruction directs you first where to go, then what to do, when completing steps of the projects to help ensure you don’t get lost.

• Visual Summary shows you up front what your completed project will look like, and a File Guide clearly shows you which files are needed for each project and how to save the document.

• Lots of large screen shots allow you to check your work and make sure you are on the right track at numerous points in the project.

  

Student Companion Web Site: www.pearsonhighered.com/go

An interactive web site featuring self-study tools to help you succeed in this course!

 

• Online Study Guide provides practice of the chapter material by answering auto-graded objective questions.

• Glossary of key terms reinforces terminology as you learn the language of computing.

• Student Data Files needed to complete the projects in the book are downloadable from this site.

Synopsis:

For introductory computer courses on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 or courses in computer concepts with a lab component on PowerPoint.

 

Teach the course YOU want in LESS TIME! 

 

The primary goal of the GO! Series, aside from teaching computer applications, is ease of implementation. This approach is based on clearly defined projects for students and a one-of-a-kind supplements package for instructors.

Synopsis:

The primary goal of the GO Series, aside from teaching computer applications, is ease of implementation, with an approach that is based on clearly-defined projects for students and a one of a kind supplements package. GO 's project-based approach clusters the learning objectives around the projects, rather than around software features. Overall, this approach teaches students to solve real problems as they practice and learn the features.

About the Author

Shelley Gaskin, Series Editor for the GO! Series, is a professor of business and computer technology at Pasadena City College in Pasadena, California. She holds a master's degree in business education from Northern Illinois   University and a doctorate in adult and community education from Ball State University. Dr. Gaskin has 15 years of experience in the computer industry with several Fortune 500 companies and has developed and written training materials for custom systems applications in both the public and private sector. She is also the author of books on Microsoft Outlook and word processing.

 

Alicia Vargas is a faculty member in Business Information Technology at Pasadena City College.  She holds a master's and a bachelor's degree in business education from California State University, Los Angeles, and has authored several textbooks and training manuals on Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint.

Table of Contents

GO! with Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Brief

Table of Contents

Common Features Chapter 1 Using the Common Features of Office 2010

Scenario: Oceana Palm Grill

Project 1A: Menu Plan

Objective 1      Use Windows Explorer to Locate Files and Folder

Activity 1.01     Using Windows Explorer to Locate Files and Folders

Objective 2      Locate and Start a Microsoft Office 2010 Program

Activity 1.02     Locating and Starting a Microsoft Office 2010 Program

Objective 3      Enter and Edit Text in an Office Program

Activity 1.03     Entering and Editing Text in an Office Program

Objective 4      Perform Commands From a Dialog Box

Activity 1.04     Performing Commands From a Dialog Box

Objective 5      Create a Folder, Save a File, and Close a Program

Activity 1.05     Creating a Folder, Saving a File, and Closing a Program

Objective 6      Print a File

Activity 1.06     Printing a File

Project 1B: Memo

Objective 7      Open an Existing File and Save it With a New Name

Activity 1.07     Opening an Existing File and Saving it With a New Name

Objective 8      Explore Application Options

Activity 1.08     Viewing Application Options

Objective 9      Perform Commands from the Ribbon

Activity 1.09     Performing Commands from the Ribbon

Activity 1.10     Minimizing and Using the Keyboard to Control the Ribbon

Objective 10   Apply Formatting in Office Programs

Activity 1.11     Formatting and Viewing Pages

Activity 1.12     Formatting Text

Activity 1.13     Using the Office Clipboard to Cut, Copy, and Paste

Objective 11   Use the Microsoft Office 2010 Help System

Activity 1.14     Using the Microsoft Office 2010 Help System in Excel

Objective 12   Compress Files

Activity 1.15     Compressing Files

Chapter 1 Getting Started with Microsoft Office PowerPoint

Scenario: Lehua Hawaiian Adventures

Project 1A

Objective 1: Create a New Presentation

Activity 1.01 Identifying Parts of the PowerPoint Window

Activity 1.02 Entering Presentation Text and Saving a Presentation

Activity 1.03 Applying a Presentation Theme

Objective 2: Edit a Presentation in Normal View

Activity 1.04 Inserting a New Slide

Activity 1.05 Increasing and Decreasing List Levels

Activity 1.06 Adding Speakers Notes to a Presentation

Activity 1.07 Displaying and Editing Slides in the Slide Pane

Objective 3: Add Pictures to a Presentation

Activity 1.08 Inserting a Picture from a File

Activity 1.09 Applying a Picture Style

Activity 1.10 Applying Artistic Effects to a Picture

Objective 4: Print and View a Presentation

Activity 1.11 Viewing a Slide Show

Activity 1.12 Inserting Headers and Footers

Activity 1.13 Previewing and Printing a Presentation

Project 1B

Objective 5: Edit an Existing Presentation

Activity 1.14 Opening a Presentation and Replacing Text

Activity 1.15 Inserting Slides from an Existing Presentation

Activity 1.16 Finding and Replacing Text

Objective 6: Format a Presentation

Activity 1.17 Changing Fonts, Font Sizes, and Font Styles

Activity 1.18 Aligning Slide Text and Changing Line Spacing

Activity 1.19 Modifying Slide Layout

Objective 7: Use Slide Sorter View

Activity 1.20 Selecting and Deleting Slides

Activity 1.21 Moving Slides in Slide Sorter View

Objective 8: Apply Slide Transitions

Activity 1.22 Applying Slide Transitions to a Presentation

Objective 9: Use Reading View

Activity 1.23 Viewing and Editing a Presentation in Reading View

 

Chapter 2 Formatting PowerPoint Presentations

Scenario: Fascination Entertainment Group

Project 2A

Objective 1:  Format Numbered and Bulleted Lists

Activity 2.01 Selecting and Formatting Placeholder Text

Activity 2.02 Changing a Bulleted List to a Numbered List

Activity 2.03 Modifying the Bulleted List Style

Activity 2.04 Removing a Bullet Symbol from a Bullet Point

Objective 2:  Insert ClipArt

Activity 2.05 Inserting ClipArt

Activity 2.06 Moving and Sizing a Picture

Activity 2.07 Changing Shape of a Picture

Activity 2.08 Removing the Background from a Picture

Objective 3:  Insert Text Boxes and Shapes

Activity 2.09 Inserting aText Box

Activity 2.10 Inserting, Sizing, and Positioning Shapes

Activity 2.11 Adding Text to Shapes

Objective 4:  Format Objects

Activity 2.12 Applying Shape Fills, Outlines, and Styles

Activity 2.13 Applying Shape and Picture Effects

Activity 2.14 Duplicating Objects

Activity 2.15 Aligning and Distributing Objects

Project 2B

Objective 5: Format Text Using WordArt

Activity 2.16 Apply WordArt Styles to Existing Text

Activity 2.17 Inserting a WordArt Object

Activity 2.18 Clearing Formatting from a Selection

Objective 6: Create and Format a SmartArt Graphic

Activity 2.19 Creating a Smartart Diagram from Bullet Points

Activity 2.20 Adding Shapes in a Diagram

Activity 2.21 Creating a SmartArt Diagram Using a Content Layout

Activity 2.22 Changing the Diagram Type

Activity 2.23 Changing the Color and Style Of A Diagram

 

Chapter 3 Forms, Filters, and Reports

Scenario: Enhancing a Presentation with Animation, Tables, and Charts

Project 3A

Objective 1: Customize Slide Backgrounds and Themes

Activity 3.01  Applying a Background Style

Activity 3.02 Hiding Background Graphics

Activity 3.03 Formatting a Slide Background with a Picture

Activity 3.04 Applying a Background Fill Color and Resetting the Slide Background

Objective 2: Animate a Slide Show

Activity 3.05 Applying Entrance Effects

Activity 3.06 Setting Effect and Timing Options

Activity 3.07 Apply Animation Effects with Animation Painter

Activity 3.08 Applying Animation to a SmartArt Graphic

Objective 3: Insert a Video File

Activity 3.09 Inserting a Video

Activity 3.10 Editing a Video

Activity 3.11 Applying Video Styles and Adjusting Color

 

Project 3B

Objective 3: Create and Modify Tables

Activity 3.12 Creating a Table

Activity 3.13 Modifying the Layout of a Table

Activity 3.14 Modifying a Table Design

Objective 4: Create and Modify Charts

Activity 3.15 Creating a Column Chart and Applying a Chart Style

Activity 3.16 Creating a Line Chart and Deleting Chart Data

Activity 3.17 Animating a Chart

Product Details

ISBN:
9780136122647
Author:
Gaskin, Shelley
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Author:
Vargas, Alicia
Author:
Gaskin
Subject:
Presentation Software
Subject:
Personal Computers-Desktop Applications-Presentation Software
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series:
GO! GO! for Office 2010
Publication Date:
June 2010
Binding:
SPIRAL
Grade Level:
College/higher education:
Language:
English
Pages:
272
Dimensions:
10.8 x 8.6 x 0.6 in 599 gr

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For introductory computer courses on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 or courses in computer concepts with a lab component on PowerPoint.

 

Teach the course YOU want in LESS TIME! 

 

The primary goal of the GO! Series, aside from teaching computer applications, is ease of implementation. This approach is based on clearly defined projects for students and a one-of-a-kind supplements package for instructors.

"Synopsis" by , The primary goal of the GO Series, aside from teaching computer applications, is ease of implementation, with an approach that is based on clearly-defined projects for students and a one of a kind supplements package. GO 's project-based approach clusters the learning objectives around the projects, rather than around software features. Overall, this approach teaches students to solve real problems as they practice and learn the features.
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