ECDL Module 6 Presentation Using PowerPoint 2000

1 Day Course

This course has been retired. Please view currently available User ECDL Training Courses.


Course contents include: (53 topics)

  • Powerpoint Basics
  • Understanding Graphic Concepts
  • Using the Office Assistant
  • Creating a Presentation
  • Exploring the Screen Layout
  • Using Menus and Toolbars
  • Changing the Page Setup
  • Adding a New Slide to a Presentation
  • Moving Around a Presentation
  • Working with Text
  • Adding, Selecting and Editing Text
  • Moving and Copying Text
  • Formatting Text and Text Boxes
  • Using the Undo/Redo Facility and Spell Checking
  • File Procedures
  • Saving, Closing and Opening a Presentation
  • Starting a New Presentation
  • Saving a Presentation in Another File Format
  • Saving a Presentation for the Internet
  • Working with Bullets and Numbering
  • Working with Tables
  • Working with Organisation Charts
  • Charting
  • Creating a Chart
  • Setting Up the Datasheet
  • Formatting the Chart
  • Importing Data or Charts from a Spreadsheet
  • Manipulating the Chart on the Slide
  • Using the Drawing Tools
  • Creating Lines and Shapes
  • Selecting, Editing and Enhancing Objects
  • Rotating and Flipping Objects
  • Working with Pictures and Other Objects
  • Inserting and Manipulating ClipArt Clips
  • Importing Pictures from Other Files
  • Importing Other Objects
  • Adding an Imported Object to a Master Slide
  • Using PowerPoint Views
  • Working with the Outline Pane and Notes Pages
  • Using the Slide Sorter View and Zoom Facility
  • Viewing Slides in Black and White
  • Running a Slide Show
  • Displaying a Slide Show
  • Hiding Slides
  • Adding Transitions and Animating Slides
  • Adding Timings to Slides
  • Printing
  • Adding the Date, Time, Slide Number or Text
  • Setting the Slide Size and Orientation
  • Printing a Presentation
  • Creating Handouts and Speaker Notes
  • Printing an Outline of a Presentation
  • Printing Colour Presentations


A knowledge of the Windows 95 environment is assumed. Delegates with no knowledge of Windows 95 should attend Windows 95 Introductory Level prior to this course.

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