Presentation Package

A presentation package is a software application designed to present information, typically in the format of a slide show. Examples of presentation packages include Microsoft PowerPoint, Macromedia Flash, Windows Movie Maker, and Open Office.   Presentation packages find various uses, including: Serving as a platform for slide shows. Facilitating the delivery of multimedia lectures. Aiding […]

A presentation package is a software application designed to present information, typically in the format of a slide show.

Examples of presentation packages include Microsoft PowerPoint, Macromedia Flash, Windows Movie Maker, and Open Office.

 

Presentation packages find various uses, including:

  1. Serving as a platform for slide shows.
  2. Facilitating the delivery of multimedia lectures.
  3. Aiding in the creation of multimedia storybooks.

 

To initiate PowerPoint, there are two main methods:

  1. Double-clicking the desktop icon.
  2. Accessing it through the Start menu.

 

Creating a new presentation can be achieved through different approaches:

  1. Utilizing a blank presentation.
  2. Employing templates.
  3. Using the Auto Content Wizard.

 

When inserting text, placeholders, represented by dotted outlines on a new slide, act as containers for objects like slide titles, text, charts, tables, and clip art. To add text, simply click within any placeholder, or double-click to insert the specified object.

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