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Chapter 1: Office Workspace Basics
• Basic Window Elements
• Exploring Microsoft Office Backstage
• Working with the Ribbon
• Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
• Working with KeyTips
• Using the Status Bar
• Getting Help

Chapter 2: Introduction to PowerPoint
• What is PowerPoint?
• Opening a Presentation
• Changing Views
• Using Grids and Guides
• Saving and Closing a Presentation
• Managing Files and Folders

Chapter 3: Adding and Formatting Text
• Creating a New Presentation
• Entering Text on a Slide
• Changing Text Formats
• Using the Format Painter
• Formatting Bullets
• Aligning Text
• Working with Tabs

Chapter 4: Customizing Presentations
• Using Templates
• Adding a Slide
• Changing a Slide Layout
• Adding a Picture
• Customizing Templates
• Using the Slide Master
• Adding Headers and Footers
• Adding Speaker Notes
• Arranging Slides

Chapter 5: Working with Shapes and Pictures
• Introduction to Drawing Tools
• Inserting Shapes
• Adding Text to Shapes
• Formatting Shapes
• Inserting and Formatting Picture Files
• Arranging Objects
• Adding an Action Button

Chapter 6: Adding Objects and Effects
• Adding a Table
• Adding a Chart
• Adding SmartArt
• Adding a Hyperlink
• Adding Transition Effects
• Adding Animation Effects
• Adding a Sound Clip

Chapter 7: Outlining Proofing and Printing
• Working in Outline View
• Importing an Outline from Word
• Finding and Replacing Text
• Using Proofing Tools
• Using AutoCorrect
• Printing Your Presentation

Chapter 8: Delivering Your Presentation
• Creating a Custom Show
• Rehearsing a Slide Show
• Collaborating on Presentations
• Packaging a Presentation
• Running a Slide Show
• Broadcasting a Presentation to the Web