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Why You Should Take PowerPoint 2013 :

Microsoft Powerpoint is a powerful presentation and communication tool used widely throughout organizations around the world. Anyone who works in an office setting, particularly in the IT Industry can benefit from understanding how to use Powerpoint to create reports and make presentations.

TrainACE's Microsoft Powerpoint 2013 Intermediate/Advanced training builds on your previous experience to teach you how to get the most out of the application. Mastering Powerpoint enables you to tell visual stories and communicate more clearly, whether you are sharing a weekly activity report with your team, or presenting new product ideas to your executive team.

In Powerpoint 2013 Intermediate/Advanced our skilled instructors will teach you how to work with images, and how to include media files, animation, and a photo album in a presentation. Next, you’ll explore advanced tools for working with SmartArt, tables, and charts, and how to create action buttons and equations. We'll also teach you how to integrate other Microsoft Office files, embed and link external resources, and create hyperlinks. Then, you’ll learn to insert review comments, protect a presentation with a password, and prepare a presentation for delivery in various formats. Finally, you’ll customize application settings and toolbars, and create and apply custom themes.

Audience and prerequisites:

This course is suitable for anyone looking to learn or improve their Powerpoint skills. There are no specific prerequisites for this course (Our instructors will guide you through the training step by step). If you are starting from scratch with Powerpoint, you may get the most out of your training if you start with our Microsoft Powerpoint 2013 Basics training first.


This course is one of several office courses that will prepare you for the MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist) certification

Skills and Concepts:

Unit 1: Slide masters and transitions

  • Topic A: Slide masters
  • Topic B: Transitions and timings
  • Topic C: Custom slide shows

Unit 2: Graphics and media

  • Topic A: Modifying graphics
  • Topic B: Media clips
  • Topic C: Animations
  • Topic D: Photo albums

Unit 3: Customizing slide elements

  • Topic A: Working with SmartArt graphics
  • Topic B: Customizing tables
  • Topic C: Working with charts

Unit 4: Action buttons and equations

  • Topic A: Action buttons
  • Topic B: Equations

Unit 5: Integrating Microsoft Office files

  • Topic A: Applying content from a Word outline
  • Topic B: Embedding and linking content

Unit 6: Finalizing and distributing presentations

  • Topic A: Reviewing and finishing
  • Topic B: Distributing presentations

Unit 7: Customizing PowerPoint

  • Topic A: Application setting


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