Microsoft PowerPoint Essentials Part 3

Contributor: Nichole Brooker. Lesson ID: 10924

People keep their cell phones close so they don't miss a call. You won't want to miss this lesson on PowerPoint Essentials, because you'll learn to make your presentations move and your text box pop!


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Techy Fact

Ninety-one percent of all adults have their mobile phone within arm's reach every hour of every day. Every hour? That's nuts. Maybe adults needs to lay off (or lay down) the cell-phone!


PowerPoint presentations are an important tool to use for school.

Check out Understanding Microsoft Powerpoint and How to Use It, by Wendy Russell for lifewire, for a very quick basic introduction to PowerPoint.

In this lesson, you will build on the 2-slide presentation you created in Related Lessons 1 and 2 found in the right-hand sidebar. In Part 3 of this Microsoft PowerPoint Essentials series, you will learn how to add transitions, animations, and WordArt to your slides.

Watch the PowerPoint presentation Microsoft PowerPoint Essentials Part 3 (below).

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