Learn to use Microsoft�� PowerPoint 2013

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This comprehensive training program, couldn’t be easier to use. On-screen video demonstrations take you step-by-step through all the key areas, each with clear and concise instructions. Simply pick the topic you want to study and sit back and watch as an expert shows you exactly how it’s done. Practise what you’ve learnt in an interactive tutorial where you try out the task in a simulated environment and then actually ‘do it’ in your own copy of PowerPoint 2013.
Whether you’re a complete beginner, or need to refresh your computer skills, this program will have you up and running with PowerPoint 2013 in no time at all.
Getting a good start
  • First use of the Ribbon
  • Keyboard shortcuts
Working with worksheets
  • Data entry / custom Lists
  • Numeral data series & dates
Illustrating and graph processing
  • Inserting a picture
  • Creating a chart
File management
  • Creating a new workbook
  • Adding / Deleting worksheets
Formatting a worksheet
  • Formatting cells
  • Centering across more columns
Selections and movements
  • Setting up a data entry range
  • Extended copy and paste
Displaying and page set-up
  • Protecting a file / worksheet
  • Customised displays / freezing panes
Plus much more . . .
5 Easy StepsBack to the top
Step 1– Choose your topic
The program is divided into chapters, which are then broken down into easy-to-master sections which you can study in any order. Simply choose the topic you want to learn more about.
Step 2 – Study the basics
Read through a short description of the key points to help you Follow the on-screen demonstrations.
Step 3 – Watch how the experts do it
Sit back and watch as the program shows you what to do. The tutor’s voice talks you through each step as the screen video plays. You can watch it as many times as you want to make sure you’ve remembered everything.
Step 4 – Practise it
Try out what you’ve learnt in an interactive tutorial that simulates the PowerPoint 2013 environment.
Step 5 – Do It!
Now it;s time to actually do it in your own copy of PowerPoint 2013. Follow the Instructions in the pop-up window while you work through the task yourself.
System Requirements
Version 2013
  • Platform Windows XP, Windows Vista 32-bit, Windows 7, Windows 8 32-bit, Windows 8 64-bit, Windows 8
  • Processor: 500 megahertz (MHz) processor or higher Purchase Back-up DVD for only: 256 megabyte (MB) RAM or higher. 
  • Hard disk: 1.5 GB: a portion of the disk space will be freed after installation if the original download package is removed from the hard drive. 
  • Drive: CD-ROM or DVD drive 
  • Display: 1024×768 or higher resolution monitor

Summary: Data entry, Windows 8, Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista, 500 megahertz, 256 megabyte, 8 32-bit, 8 64-bit, 1.5 GB, 32-bit

Concepts: Windows Vista, Windows XP, Microsoft, Windows 7, Microsoft Windows, Windows NT, Operating system, 64-bit


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