Now that you have one image slide done, you can do Slides 4, 5 and
6. These are going to be more or less the same as slide three, with
an image and some text below it. Rather than go through them with you,
we’ll leave you to complete these three Slides for yourself.

 

Exercise

Finish your presentation using the same techniques you’ve learned throughout
these first lessons. For reference, load up our completed presentation,
which you can find here:

The images you need are here, if you haven’t yet downloaded them:

The images to insert on each slide are:

Slide 4 – autoContentWizardStep2.jpg
Slide 5 – autoContentWizardStep3.jpg
Slide 6 – autoContentWizardStep4.jpg

 

Text for your Text Boxes

The text for your text boxes should be as follows:

Slide 4 – Text for text box
Choose a presentation type

Slide 5 – Text for text box
How will the presentation be viewed?

Slide 6 – Text for text box
Set up a default title and Footer

Notes for the Slides

The notes for these Slides can be as follows:

Slide 4 – Notes

This step of the Wizard will determine what
content the default Slides will contain. It will also determine what
the background of each slide looks like. Note where the green square
is now.

Slide 5 – Notes
Discuss the various ways that a PowerPoint
presentation can be viewed.

Slide 6 – Notes
Discuss Slide titles, and the various Footer
options

 

Completed Slides

When you’re finished, Slides 4, 5 and 6 should look like these:

 

 

 

But remember the steps you took for slide 3. They are as follows:

  • Insert the image
  • Resize and move the image
  • Insert a text box
  • Type the text for the text box
  • Format the font
  • Add the notes

After you have completed Slides 4, 5 and 6, there is only one more
slide to do before the slide show is finished – slide 7.

 

Exercise

Using the techniques you have learnt in this section, complete slide
7. You can use a bulleted list to sum up what the Slideshow has been
about. Use any text you like. (Look at our finished
presentation if you’re stuck for what to add.)

In the next section, you’ll learn how to Create a presentation without
the help of the Wizard.

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