Megan Martinez an David Gonzalez Alexandria Tiare
Chapter Outline
Lesson 10–1 Exploring Presentation Software
Lesson 10–2 Designing Presentations
Lesson 10–3 Finalizing Presentations
Chapter Review and Assessment
presentation software a
specialized software
that is used to create
and display visual
software de
software especializado
que sirve para crear y
mostrar información
a separate page in a
presentation program página individual de
on which information un programa de
is organized
donde la información
que contiene está
a series of dialog
boxes that provides
a step-by-step
guide to a certain
serie de cuadros
de diálogo que
brinda una guía
paso a paso
para realizar una
in Microsoft
PowerPoint, a
series of dialog
boxes that helps
the user create a
asistente para
en Microsoft
PowerPoint, serie
de cuadros de
diálogo que
ayudan al usuario
a crear una
a preformatted version
of a certain type of
versión con formato
previo de un tipo
determinado de
Outline view
the display in
presentation software
that shows the text
from each slide in
outline form
vista de Esquema
imagen de pantalla
del software de
presentaciones que
muestra el texto de
cada diapositiva en
forma esquemática
Normal view
in PowerPoint, a split
screen that shows a
Slide view and an
Outline view
vista Normal en
PowerPoint, una
pantalla dividida
que muestra una
vista de Diapositiva
y una vista de
Slide Sorter view
a display that shows all
of the slides in a
presentation on one
vista de Ordenador
de diapositivas
exhibición que
muestra todas las
diapositivas de una
presentación en
una sola pantalla
Notes Page view
a presentation view in
which a slide is
displayed on part of
the screen and a text
box is shown on the
other part
vista de Página de
vista de presentación
en la que se
muestra una
diapositiva en una
parte de la pantalla
y un cuadro de
texto en la otra
Slide Show view
a display of slides
in a presentation
shown one after
the other in the
order they
appear in the
vista de
con diapositivas
exhibición de
diapositivas en
una presentación,
mostradas una
tras otra en el
orden en que
aparecen en el
10-1 Questions
1 .what are three ways to create a presentation in power point, and how do
they differ
The three ways are content wizard, template and blank presentation
2. what advantage does presentation software have over other application
Allows you to organize and display information visually so it can be viewed
by a group of people
3.Which view do you think is best for organizing and timing a presentation
The slide show view
10-2 Questions
1.What is the purpose of placeholders in presentation software
It is designed to be filled with data
2.Which best enhances a presentation text, graphics ,sound , or animation
The text, because it tells you more about the presentation
3. What recommendations might you make for creating an effective slide
To put pictures, sounds, and to tell a lot about what you are going to wright
10-3 Questions
1.When creating
presentation slides, what should you keep in mind about
your choice of colors
Colors are helpful
2. Why does the size of the audience affect what type of presentation should
be used
Because the audience might like it
3. Which presentation display would be most effective for a presentation to
your class
The on-screen presentation
10-3 Questions
1.Which option for creating a new presentation works best for you
The auto content wizard works best for you
2. What are disadvantages to adding clip art to power point presentation
The clip art might delete on the power point presentation
3.Why is it important to limit each slide in a presentation to a main concept or
Because the slide might delete
4. Why is it important to preview your presentation from the back of the room
Because you might make a change
5.Which of the seven tips for finalizing effective presentations was the most
meaningful to you
The one idea per slide. Because avoiding crowding data onto a slide
Chapter Questions
1.Which of the following is not an option for creating a new
presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint®?
A. AutoContent wizard
B. template
C. blank presentation
D. AutoFormat wizard
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Which of the following is not a standard view in Microsoft
A. Outline
B. Normal
C. Slide Arranger
D. Slide Show
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3.This view is the primary on-screen method of previewing
and displaying slides during a presentation.
A .Outline view
B. Slide view
C. Slide Sorter view
D. Slide Show view
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4.What do you call a presentation that combines text,
graphics, sound, and animation?
A. big
B. multimedia
C. interactive
D. gallery
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5.Each slide in a presentation can have a different _____.
A. placeholder
B. wizard
C. template
D. layout
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6. how much detail should a presentation include?
 A. just the basic facts
 B. every last detail you can think of
 C. almost no information at all
 D. none of the above
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7. Slides serve as an outline for the audience, but how do
presenters usually fill in the gaps in information?
A. with their speech
B. with additional videos
C. with a question-and-answer session
D. with handouts
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8. Which of the following is not a method for displaying
A. transparencies
B. on-screen presentations
C. telephone
D. Internet viewing
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9. If you show a presentation on your computer’s
monitor, this is called a(n) _____.
A. wizard
B. transparency
C. on-screen presentation
D. handout
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10. These may be printouts of your slides or a summary
of your main ideas given to the audience.
A. transparencies
B. handouts
C. presentations
D. slides
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A template is a preformatted version of a certain type of
A. True
B. False
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12. By starting a presentation with a plain blank slide,
you can create a new presentation from scratch and
make your work more original.
A. True
B. False
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13. Every version of PowerPoint offers only two views:
Slide view and Slide Show view.
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15. When you create a new slide in a presentation
program, you are prompted to choose a placeholder.
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16. In a slide layout, placeholders can be added,
removed, or resized.
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17.When creating a presentation, you should avoid
adding too many different media because they can
distract the audience.
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18.Displaying too much information on your slides can
make a presentation hard to follow.
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19. Because presentations are displayed on a computer
screen, it is a good idea to use many different colors on
each slide.
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20. On-screen presentations are the only option for
displaying computerized slides to an audience.
Chapter Questions
21What is a wizard?
a series of dialog boxes that provides a step-by-step
guide to a certain task.
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22.How do you work with a template?
Work on a presentation also may begin by selecting.
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23. What are the advantages of starting with a blank
layout designed to hold data such as text or pictures
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24. How do placeholders make work easier?
layout designed to hold data such as text or pictures
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25.Why is it important to choose colors carefully when
designing a presentation?
voc. Pg. 77
presentation software Program that organizes and
displays visual information for a group of people
2. Slide Single page in a presentation
3. Wizard Series of dialog boxes that guides you through a
4. AutoContent wizard Option for creating a presentation
that walks you through the steps
5. template Preformatted version of a certain type of
voc. Pg. 77
6. Outline view Shows the text of a presentation in
outline form
7. Normal view Shows a split screen to show a Slide view
and an Outline view
8. Slide Show view Shows all the slides in a presentation
9. Slide Sorter view Shows a slide and a text box for notes
10. Slide Show view Shows slides one after another on
screen to preview a
voc. Pg. 77
11. placeholder Area in a slide layout for holding text or a
12. AutoShapes Tool that provides predrawn shapes for use in
13. animation Moving images
14. Clip Art Gallery Collection of ready-made images and
sounds to use in slides
15. transparency See-through sheet used for printing slides
and displaying them on an overhead projector
16. on-screen presentation Slide display on a computer screen