Organizing Presentations Assets in PowerPoint Microsoft 365

PowerPoint Microsoft 365    |    Intermediate
  • 6 videos | 26m 35s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
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In this 6-video course, learners can explore ways in which to enhance presentation by using basic editing capabilities in PowerPoint for Office 365. You will learn how to select items in a slide, and several ways to edit an item. You will then learn how to move items between slides by using cut, copy, and paste functions. Next, you will observe how to use the Selection pane to select specific items in a slide. You will learn to use the Clipboard, which stores the information you have selected, and keeps the formatting applied in the original item or text. This course continues by exploring several available tools in PowerPoint that can be used to organize items within a slide, including how to adjust the alignment of items, and how the slide is layered by bringing objects to the front or setting them behind other items. This course concludes by demonstrating how to group items together, and how to modify or move the entire group.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Copy and paste items within a presentation
    Use the paste special tools
    Access and use the clipboard tools
  • Select items within a presentation
    Organize items in a presentation slide
    Group items within a presentation

IN THIS COURSE

  • 4m 55s
    If you have inserted a number of items into your presentation but you have put them in the wrong place, rather than deleting them and starting again, you can move them using the cut, copy and paste functions. In PowerPoint, you can transfer items within text boxes, create copies of selected elements, and even copy and transfer slides from your presentation to an entirely different file. FREE ACCESS
  • 6m 9s
    When you copy or cut items within your document, that data is stored in the clipboard. The clipboard not only stores the information that you have selected, but also the formatting that has been applied. In PowerPoint, there are a number of different options that can be applied to adjust how your data is pasted back into your document. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Using the clipboard in PowerPoint Microsoft 365
    3m 21s
    The clipboard is the location in PowerPoint where items that you have copied or cut are stored. It is very useful if you want to copy and paste multiple items when working on your presentation. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Manipulating items in your presentation in PowerPoint Microsoft 365
    4m 55s
    Before you can customize or edit items in your presentation, you will need to know how to select and manipulate them. As well as your mouse, you can use your keyboard to select the items that have been inserted. PowerPoint also features a selection pane that can be very useful if you need to select specific objects on your slide. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Organizing your slide content in PowerPoint Microsoft 365
    4m 16s
    PowerPoint features a number of different tools that you can use to organize the items in your slide. You can, for example, adjust the alignment of the items within your selected group, or align them on the slide. You can also change how your slide is layered, bring objects to the front and send them to behind other items. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Grouping & ungrouping items in PowerPoint Microsoft 365
    2m 59s
    In PowerPoint, you can group items together to modify and move them together. Once the items have been grouped, you simply need to select one of them to begin modifying the entire group. This tool is particularly useful if you wish to make the same change to all of the selected items. In PowerPoint, you can also edit individual items even if they have been added to a group. FREE ACCESS

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