PowerPoint 2010 Training Courses

PowerPoint 2010 Training Courses

Flexible Distance Learning Short Courses

Microsoft Office 2010 Training - Special Introduction Offer

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Welcome to TBST's Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010 Training Courses

These Self-Paced Courses are Designed to Develop a Comprehensive Knowledge of the Functions, Features & Practical Use of Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010.  This course is delivered by Self Paced Flexible Distance Learning which means we provide you with everything you need to study these courses and there is no classroom attendance required.  Students work through the courses at their own pace and our Microsoft Office Specialists are available to answer questions and assist in your training when help is requrired.

 

Course Fee Options

Enrol in Single PowerPoint 2010 Course $169

Enrol in All 3 PowerPoint 2010 Courses $449

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Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010

 

PowerPoint 2010 Foundation Course

This course is intended to help all novice computers get up to speed quickly. This course will also help more experienced users who have little to no experience with PowerPoint 2007 and the ribbon interface. This course will cover different features of the interface, give a brief overview of all the tabs in the ribbon, show users how to print, cover some simple presentations, and cover the basics of formatting. By the end of this course, users should be comfortable with creating a new presentation, customising the PowerPoint Interface, making their presentation look professional and presentable, and saving and presenting their slide show.

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PowerPoint 2010 Intermediate Course

This course is intended to help users familiar with PowerPoint improve their basic skills and to become more comfortable with advanced features like transitions, animations, photos, charts, tables, and SmartArt. This course will also give users some tips on managing PowerPoint files.  This course will cover how to manage PowerPoint files; format a presentation; apply transitions and animations; and add art, diagrams, charts, and tables. By the end of this course, users should be able to create engaging, visually rich, interactive presentations.

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PowerPoint 2010 Advanced Course

This Advanced level course is intended to help users understand some of PowerPoint’s more advanced features. This course will also help you create customised templates, handouts, and notes.  This course will cover adding audio and video to a presentation; creating different types of masters and templates; reviewing a presentation; and creating advanced, custom, and shared shows. By the end of this course, users should be comfortable with all of PowerPoint’s advanced features.

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What do the courses include?

- A Comprehensive Training Manual

- Quick Reference Guide

- Exercise Files

- Assessment

 

Training Manuals

Each course contains several sections, each devoted to a different theme.  Each section has a number of lessons and each lesson has the following elements:

- Concepts  - A specific portion of the overall theme. For example, a section may focus on using toolbars, while a concept would address a specific toolbar.

- Step-ByStep Excersises   - A walkthrough of the concepts covered in the lesson.

- Skill Sharpener Exercises   -  A free-form assignment focusing on the concepts covered in the lesson.

- Case Study   - A larger free-form assignment focusing on all concepts taught in the section.

 

Assessment

You work through the course material at your own pace and submit your final assessment as and when you are ready. Submitting assessments is not compulsory.  This allows you to progress through the course at a pace that suits your needs.  You have 12 months in which to submit your assessment for marking. If you need help or have any questions we are available to assist by email. We will normally get back to you within 72 hours with either an email response or reference information.

 

TBST Student Learning Management System - LMS

Our online Learning Management System - LMS provides students with a more streamlined method of working through your courses by allowing students to login and access all current course files in the one universal location. Students will always have access to the most up-to-date course content for all courses. All updates to course content will be distributed to all students immediately via the LMS.

 

The advantages of our LMS are:

· Immediate access to the most up to date files and documents
· The ability to login to the LMS from computers, laptop or mobile devises in any location that has an Internet connection.
· One universal location for all current coursework including Training Manuals, Quick Reference Guides, Assessments and Resource Documents.
· Updated instructions and assessor notes within course files and assessment files.

 

 

Course Learning Outcomes

 

PowerPoint 2010 Foundation Course -

Section 1: Starting Out

In this section you will learn about:

- What Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010 is

- New features in PowerPoint 2010

- The PowerPoint 2010 interface

- Open and close PowerPoint 2010

- Interact with PowerPoint

- Use the Slides and Outline pane 

- Create a presentation

- Add, edit, rearrange, duplicate, and delete slides

- Use placeholders to add content to slides

- Navigate through a presentation

- Choose a layout for a slide

- Reset the layout of a slide

- Create, rename, use, move, and delete sections

- Open, save, and close files

- Use the Recent List

- Switch between open files

- Use Office.com features

- Get help in PowerPoint through the Help screen and in a dialog box

 

Section 2: Understanding and Customising the PowerPoint Interface

In this section you will learn how to:

- Use the File menu (Backstage view)

- Use the status bar

- Use the mini toolbar

- Use dialog boxes

- Use right-click menus

- Work more efficiently with keyboard shortcuts

- Use and customise the Quick Access toolbar

- Identify the parts of the ribbon interface

- Minimise and maximise the ribbon

- Add, remove, arrange, and customise tabs, groups, and commands

- Reset PowerPoint interface customizations

 

Section 3: Tab Overview, Part One

In this section you will learn about:

- The groups in the Home tab: Clipboard, Slides, Font, Paragraph, Drawing, and Editing

- The groups in the Insert tab: Tables, Images, Illustrations, Links, Text, Symbols, and Media

- The groups in the View tab: Presentation Views, Master Views, Show, Zoom, Colour/Grayscale, Window, and Macros

- The groups in the Design tab: Page Setup, Themes, and Background

- The groups in the Transitions tab: Preview, Transition Gallery, and Timing

 

Section 4: Tab Overview, Part Two

In this section you will learn about:

- The groups in the Animations tab: Preview, Animation Gallery, Advanced Animation, and Timing

- The groups in the Slide Show tab: Start Slide Show, Set Up, and Monitors

- The groups in the Review tab: Proofing, Language, Comments, and Compare

- PowerPoint’s contextual tabs, including Table, Picture, Drawing, SmartArt, Chart, Equation, Video, Audio tools & the Master tabs

- The Developer tab

 

Section 5: Creating Presentations

In this section you will learn how to:

- Create a blank presentation

- Create a presentation from local or online templates, themes, and existing files

- View PowerPoint’s sample files

- Access recently used templates

- Draw text boxes

- Add and edit text in text boxes

- Resize, move, delete, rotate, and format text boxes

- Use selection tools

- Cut, copy, and paste

- Use the Office Clipboard

- Drag and drop text

- Use Undo and Redo

- Use Find and Replace

- Apply effects to text

- Change text’s case

- Change font face, size, and colour

- Change character spacing

- Remove formatting

- Change text direction and vertical alignment

- Align, justify, and indent text

- Create a bulleted or numbered list

- Format text into columns

- Use the Format Painter

- Use the Font, Paragraph, and Text Effects dialogs

 

Section 6: Printing and Viewing Your Presentation

In this section you will learn how to:

- Use Normal view

- Use Slide Sorter view

- Use Notes Page view

- Use Reading view

- Use zoom

- Use Fit to Window

- Start a slide show

- Navigate through a slide show

- Switch to a blank screen

- Use highlighting and pen tools

- Check your spelling

- Change a presentation’s theme

- Add and edit headers and footers

- Change slide orientation

- Use the Page Setup dialog

- Print your presentation

- Use Print Preview

- Set print options

- E-mail a presentation

 


PowerPoint 2010 Intermediate Course -

Section 1: Managing PowerPoint Files

In this section you will learn how to:

- Navigate with Windows Explorer           

- Perform basic tasks with Windows Explorer

- Change views with Windows Explorer

- Use the Windows Explorer Navigation Pane

- Set automatic save options

- Recover presentations

- Publish a presentation to PDF or XPS

- Apply passwords to files

- Save files in older PowerPoint formats

- Open and convert older PowerPoint files

- Optimize media compatibility in a presentation

- Compress media in a presentation

- Mark a presentation as final

- Encrypt and digitally sign files

- Set file properties

- Check for sharing issues

- Run the Document Inspector

- Use the Accessibility Checker and the Compatibility Checker

- Work with versions

 

Section 2: Adding the Finishing Touches

In this section you will learn how to:

- Check spelling in a presentation

- Use the Research pane

- Use the Thesaurus

- Translate text

- Change your language

- Change the theme in use

- Apply theme colours, fonts, and effects individually

- Manage theme files

- Change the style of slide backgrounds

- Use the Format Background dialog

- Apply slide transitions individually and globally

- Customise transition effects and timing

- Preview transitions

- Apply, customise, preview, and re-order animations

- Use advanced animation effects

- Design custom motion paths

- Define custom triggers

- Use the Animation Pane and the Animation Painter

 

Section 3: Adding Art to Your Presentation

In this section you will learn how to:

- Use the Drawing Tools – Format tab and the Picture Tools – Format tab

- Add a shape

- Format a shape manually or with a style

- Resize, edit, move, delete, arrange, group, ungroup, regroup, align, distribute, rotate, and flip shapes

- Add text to shapes and format it manually or with a style

- Apply transforms to text

- Add WordArt to slides

- Use guidelines and grids to help you arrange shapes and objects

- Use the Format Shape and Format Text Effects dialogs

- Use the Selection Pane

 

Section 4: Working with Pictures

In this section you will learn how to:

- Add pictures from a file or from Clip Art

- Take screenshots of your computer

- Add photo albums

- Use the Picture Tools – Format tab and mini toolbar

- Move, resize, delete, crop, rotate, and flip pictures

- Arrange, group, and ungroup pictures

- Align and distribute pictures

- Colour correct  and recolour pictures

- Apply artistic effects and styles to photos

- Modify photo backgrounds

- Use the Format Picture dialog

- Compress, swap, and reset photos

- Export pictures out of PowerPoint

 

Section 5: Adding Diagrams, Charts, and Tables

In this section you will learn how to:

- Identify the parts of a table

- Insert tables with the grid and dialog

- Draw tables manually

- Use the Table Tools and Chart Tools tabs

- Add an Excel spreadsheet to a presentation

- Select table data

- Resize and move tables

- Add, remove, and resize rows and columns

- Merge and split cells

- Format tables and table text with styles and by hand

- Add charts to your presentation

- Resize, move, and delete charts

- Edit chart data

- Change the chart style

- Add SmartArt and incorporate text and pictures

- Use the SmartArt Tools tabs

- Resize, move, and delete diagrams

- Change the layout and style of SmartArt

- Recolour SmartArt

- Convert SmartArt to text or shapes

- Reset SmartArt

 


PowerPoint 2010 Advanced Course -

Section 1: Adding Multimedia to a Presentation

In this section you will learn how to:

- Insert a video file from your computer or the Clip Art gallery

- Recognise the tools on the Video Tools – Format and Playback tabs

- Crop video files

- Correct and recolour video files

- Apply a poster frame to the presentation

- Add a stylized border to the video file

- Control video file playback during your presentation

- Insert an audio file from your computer or the Clip Art gallery

- Recognise the tools on the Audio Tools - Format and Playback tabs

- Crop audio files

- Change the icon used to identify the audio file

- Control how the audio file plays during your presentation

- Record an audio file using PowerPoint

 

Section 2: Setting up Slide Masters

In this section you will learn how to:

- Create, save, use, and apply slide masters

- Switch to Slide Master view and use the Slide Master tab

- Create and customise slide layouts

- Apply a global theme or background to a slide master

- Choose a style for your slide master

- Use, insert, modify, move, and delete placeholders

- Edit and update master slides

- Clear a master from a presentation

- Create, save, and apply handout and notes masters

 

Section 3: Reviewing Presentations

In this section you will learn how to:

- Insert, edit, navigate, and delete comments

- Begin and end a review

- Review, accept, and reject changes

- Show and hide mark-up

- Use the reviewing pane

- Compare presentations

 

Section 4: Creating Advanced Types of Shows

In this section you will learn how to:

- Set monitor options

- Rehearse timings

- Use the Set Up Show dialog

- Choose show elements

- Record and play back a show

- Create, edit, present, and delete a custom show

- Hide individual slides

- Set narration options

- Record, edit, and play back narrations

- Broadcast slides

- Create a video from your slide show

- Create a show-only file

- Package your presentation for CD

- Download and install the PowerPoint Viewer

 

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