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CTAP 090_03 - Presentation Software, PowerPoint 2002 (Windows)
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In this course, you will learn to build dynamic presentations using the popular and easy to use Microsoft PowerPoint software package. This self-paced module will teach you the basics, showing you how to rearrange slides, format text, add clip art and shapes, as well as produce useful handouts and lecture notes.

By the end of this course, you'll be able to use PowerPoint to create interesting, engaging presentations that incorporate words, pictures, animations and sounds that communicate effectively with students, administrators and colleagues.


Before starting this module, you should be familiar with the basic functions of your computer such as opening and closing windows, creating folders, opening files, and launching and switching between applications. Other preferred skills would be the ability to select, cut, copy, and paste text, as well as organize files on your computer. You can get these skills in our Basic Computer Skills module.

How to Take this Course

Step 1 -- Download the deliverable (.doc, .pdf, .rtf) and example (.ppt, .pdf) presentations. The deliverable contains the information you'll need to complete the course. The example illustrates what your presentation should look like once you're finished.

Step 2 -- Use the outline below, or the course map on the left side of the screen, to locate the learning activity pages that teach the skills you require. You can go through all of the skills sequentially, from top to bottom, if you wish, or simply access the specific skills you need to complete the course. It's up to you.

Step 3 -- When you've finished all of the work outlined in the template, upload your finished presentation to your mentor using the

Course Duration
It will take you approximately 10 hours to complete this course.

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