You are a student teacher in a second-grade classroom. Your cooperating teacher has asked you to create an introductory presentation for the students on dinosaurs.
Start PowerPoint. Download and open the file named Exp19_PPT_Ch01_HOEAssessment_Dinosaurs.pptx. Grader has automatically added your last name to the beginning of the filename. Save the file to the location you are saving your files.
Apply the Facet theme and change the variant to the last one (green with black background).
Change the theme font to Arial Black – Arial.
On Slide 1, in the title placeholder type Dinosaurs. In the subtitle placeholder type Ms. Wagner’s Second Grade.
You have slides that you created in the past on dinosaurs that you want to use in this presentation. The Reuse Slides feature is an easy way to import these slides.
Use the Reuse Slides option to insert all of the slides from Dinosaurs.pptx.
When you imported the slides, you realized that you do not need a duplicate of the title slide so you delete Slide 2.
Delete Slide 2. Move Slide 5 (Pterosaur) so that it becomes Slide 7.
On Slide 1 change the layout to Picture with Caption. Increase the font size of the title text to 28 pt and the subtitle text to 18 pt.
Insert the Dino1.jpg image into the picture placeholder. Apply the Reflected Rounded Rectangle picture style.
On Slide 2, type Dinosaur means “Terrible Lizard” (including the quotes) as the fifth bullet point.
Type the following in the Notes pane for Slide 1: Today we are going to start our study of dinosaurs. (including the period).
Converting a bulleted list to a SmartArt graphic is a good way to add interest to the presentation.
On Slide 2 convert the bulleted list in the content placeholder to a Vertical Curved List SmartArt graphic.
On Slide 8, insert the Dino2.jpg image. Change the height of the image to 3.9″ and the width to 3.9″.
Apply the Beveled Oval, Black picture style to the image. Position the image horizontally at 3.9” and vertically at 0.3”.
Select the text Questions? and apply the Fill: Green, Accent color 1; Shadow WordArt style. Change the text effect to Tight Reflection:Touching.
It is important to always check your presentation for possible spelling errors.
Check the presentation for spelling errors. Make corrections as needed on the slides. NOTE: Do not change the title on Slide 3; while both spellings of Ankylosaurs (and Ankylosaurus) are correct, the preferred spelling in this case is Ankylosaurs.
Create a Notes and Handouts footer with the following: Dinosaur Facts. Apply to all.
Save and close Exp19_PPT_Ch01_HOEAssessment_Dinosaurs.pptx. Submit the file as directed.