Understand the important basics that are often overlooked with PowerPoint. Learn design components, effective use of layouts, master backgrounds and learn to enhance your presentations with graphics, charts and SmartArt.
Why Should You Attend
Power up to the enhanced and expanded features of PowerPoint 2013 and 2016. Learn to build an organized presentation from the ground up that will capture the attention of your audience. Explore the use of layouts, masters, SmartArt, new animations and transitions. Learn all you need to know to make your point powerfully with PowerPoint. Focus on key components of the software package with shortcuts and techniques to save time and create a professional presentation. The webinar will include a discussion of design components and shortcuts sheet.
- Important basics that are often overlooked and design components
- Effective use of layouts, masters, and backgrounds
- Enhancing the presentation: Transitions and animation
- Built-in graphics: charts and SmartArt
- Sharing slides among presentations
- Integrating with Word
Areas Covered in the Webinar
- Important Basics and Design Components
- Using Layouts, Masters, and Backgrounds
- Transitions and Animation Graphics
- Charts and SmartArt Sharing Slides Integrating with Word
Who Will Benefit
- Sales associates
- Administrators Administrative assistants
- Legal professionals
- Medical professionals
- Marketing professionals
- Educators, trainers, students
- Anyone using PowerPoint for presentations
Important basics that are often overlooked; design components . Learn how to effectively use layouts, masters and backgrounds
Mitzi Gibson Katz has developed sought-after training solutions, and has educated thousands of end users, for the past thirty-five years. She holds a Master's in Education degree, with an emphasis in special education classroom and administration. Early in her career, Ms. Katz taught a variety of special education classes in Kansas, Montana, and Alaska. When the first personal computers were introduced into the market, she became passionate about technology. As an innovator, she made a change in careers from public school education to professional educator, where she began providing private computer training. She has been teaching software best practices ever since. According to her, “It's the people part of the business that keeps me involved.” Her style of instruction focuses on assisting attendees in capturing and retaining information. When Ms. Katz is not teaching, she can be found in the garden, hiking, bicycling, and skiing with her family in Colorado.