Each student, upon completion of the course, will receive a printable Certificate of Completion from RedWave Technology Group, LLC. This certificate will contain the date of completion, the course title, and the student name.
- Doing More with Shapes – This module shows students how to edit shapes, arrange shapes, group and ungroup shapes, add text to shapes, and how to rotate and flip shapes.
- Embedding Objects in a Presentation – Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 allows you to embed several types of objects in a presentation to enhance your work. This module gives students the tools for inserting an embedded object, editing an embedded object, using embedded objects in a presentation, and deleting embedded objects.
- Linking Objects in a Presentation – A linked object in a presentation acts as a shortcut to the file. Changes made to the linked file automatically are carried over to the presentation. Here, students will learn how to: create a linked object, open the linked item, update linked objects, use linked objects in a presentation and how to delete linked objects.
- Working with Action Buttons, Part One – An action button is a special type of AutoShape and can be used for several purposes, but are commonly used to link to specific slides in a presentation. In this module students are shown how to: use action buttons to link to other files, link to custom shows, link to other slides, link to websites and how to delete an action button.
- Working with Action Buttons, Part Two – This is a further look at action buttons which gives students insight into how to: design an action button, create a basic mouse over action button, and clear the action.
- Inserting and Editing Videos – Videos can be used to enhance presentations in many powerful ways. This module gives students the tools to: insert a video from your computer, apply a style to a video, crop a video, correct a video, recolor a video, and apply or remove a poster frame.
- Playing Video Files – After you’ve added videos to your presentation, you need to know how to play them and this module allows students to do just that. This module shows users: how to add and remove bookmarks, trim videos and add fades, set playback options, and play a video during a presentation.
- Protecting Your Presentation – It’s always a good idea to inspect your presentation for personal information, invisible content, or comments or notes before distributing it to others. These goals will be accomplished by showing students how to: run the Document Inspector, run the Accessibility Checker, mark a presentation as final, and how to encrypt presentations with a password.
- Checking for Compatibility – The Compatibility Checker is used to check for objects in a presentation that may not work or be displayed properly in earlier versions of PowerPoint. Here, students are given the tools to: run the Compatibility Checker, convert presentations from older PowerPoint formats, save presentations as older PowerPoint formats, and set compatibility options.
- Setting up Your Show – Users can adjust a number of basic options before starting a presentation. This module shows students how to: use the Set Up Show dialog, choose show elements, hide and show slides, and rehearse timings.
- Creating Macros – Macros are handy for running simple tasks in a presentation. This module provides the skills for users to: enable the Developer tab, set macro security, create a macro, run a macro, and delete a macro.