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PowerPoint Presentations
Create an Outline
1.
Open
Microsoft Word
2.
Type your presentation outline
Tips for creating an outline
1.
Chunk your content
2.
Keep it simple and short
3.
Engage students with activities
4.
Make sure your outline reflects the slides
5.
Have an Introduction, Body and Conclusion
6.
Maximum words per slide = 36
a.
6 lines per slide with 6 words per line
Format an Outline
1.
Click on the
Home
tab
2.
In the
Styles
section, select a
Style
Style
Use on
Title
Presentation Title
Subtitle
Presentation Subtitle
Heading 1
Slide Title
Heading 2
First Level Bullets
Heading 3
Second Level Bullets
3.
Save the document
Import to PowerPoint
1.
Open
Microsoft PowerPoint
2.
Click on the
Home
tab
3.
In the
Slides
section,
1.
Click on the
New Slide
drop down arrow
2.
From the menu, Click
on Slides from
Outline
Tips to Format a PowerPoint
1.
Use basic san serif font at least 28 points
a.
Arial, Calibri, Helvetica, Veranda, Geneva
2.
Use a layout or template
3.
Design text to be read left to right
4.
All slides need to have unique titles
5.
Use a simple color scheme,
6.
Do not underline text
7.
Use
Note
section to elaborate
Images
Add an Image
1.
Click on the
Insert
tab
2.
In the
Images
section, click on
Picture
3.
Browse for
Picture
4.
Click the
Insert
button
Add Alt Text
1.
Select the picture
2.
Right click on the picture
3.
From the menu, select
Format Picture
4.
Click on
Alt Text
5.
Type in a Title and Description
Tables
Add Alt Text
1.
Select the table
2.
Right-click on the table
3.
From the menu, select
Format Shape
4.
Click on
Alt Text
5.
Type in a Title and Description
Tips for using Tables
1.
Minimize use of Tables
Note:
It is recommended to use
bullets instead
2.
Chunk information
3.
Repeat headers
4.
Provide Alt Text
Check Accessibility Issues
1.
On the
Ribbon
, click on
File
2.
Select
Info
3.
Click on
Check for Issues
drop down arrow
4.
Click on
Check Accessibility
5.
Implement recommendations
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