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77-422: PowerPoint 2013
Topics : Insert and format shapes and slides : Order and group shapes and slides •Insert section headers, modify slide order, align and group shapes, display gridlines
Creating a new template If none of the templates that come with PowerPoint appeals to you, you can easily create your own. All you have to do is create a presentation with the Masters, and the color scheme set up just the way you want, and then save it as a template. Here are a few points to remember about templates:
- If you want to make minor modifications to one of the supplied templates, open the template by using the Open command. Then, make your changes and use the Save As command to save the template under a new name.
- You can also create your own presentation templates. Just create the template as a normal presentation and add however many slides that you want to include.
- Choose a location to store all your templates. You need to know the path to this location to create new presentations based on your templates.
Creating a presentation based on a template To create a new presentation based on a template you have created yourself, you must first configure PowerPoint to look for personal templates. To do so, choose FileàOptions, click Save, enter the path to your templates folder in the Default Personal Templates Location box, and click OK.
Once you have configured the template location, you can create a new presentation based on one of your templates by choosing File➪New, then clicking on Personal to display a list of your personal templates.
Working with Presentation Sections Sections let you divide a presentation into two or more groups of slides called sections. Sections are designed to be used with large presentations that contain a large number of slides that can easily be grouped into logical groupings.
Using sections couldn’t be easier. To create a new section in your presentation, just select the first slide that you want in the new section, switch to the Home tab, click the Section button (found in the Slides group), and then choose Add Section. The new section appears in the Slide thumbnail area with the name Untitled Section
After you’ve created one or more sections in your presentation, you can do several interesting things with the sections:
- You can select all the slides in a section by clicking the section header in the Slide Thumbnail pane.
- You can collapse or expand the sections in the Slide Thumbnail pane by clicking the arrow at the left of the section header.
- You can rename a section by right-clicking the section header and choosing Rename Section.
- You can move all the slides in a section by dragging the section header to a new location in the Slide Thumbnail pane.
- You can delete the slides in a section, as well as the section itself, by clicking the section header to select the section and then pressing the Delete key.
- You can remove a section without deleting its slides by right-clicking the section header and choosing Remove Section.
- During a slide show, you can go to the first slide in any section by clicking the Menu icon in the bottom-left corner of the slide, then choosing Go To Section and selecting the section you want to go to.
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