Coastal Carolina Community College Worksheet

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  • Navigate to your PowerPoint Chapter 6 folder, and then double-click the PowerPoint file you downloaded from MyLab IT that displays your name—Student_PowerPoint_6A_Penn_Liberty. In your presentation, if necessary, at the top click Enable Editing.
  • On Slide 1, on the Transitions tab, in the Transition to This Slide group, click More to display the Transitions gallery, and then compare your screen with Figure 6.2.

The Transitions gallery includes the three categories of slide transitions: Subtle, Exciting, and Dynamic Content. Subtle transitions are the simplest transitions between slides. Exciting transitions add more motion and visual interest but may not be appropriate for professional presentations. Dynamic transitions are a good way to transition between slides that use the same layout—by animating only the placeholders and not the slide background.

  • Under Subtle, click the fourth transition—Push.
  • In the Timing group, click Apply To All. On the Transitions tab, in the Preview group, click Preview and notice the transition preview for Slide 1 plays. Compare your screen with Figure 6.3.

The preview of the Push transition plays on Slide 1.

In the slide thumbnails, a Play Animations icon displays under each slide number.

  • On the Slide Show tab, in the Start Slide Show group, click From Beginning. View the entire slide show, and then press or to return to Normal view.
  • Display Slide 2. On the Transitions tab, in the Transition to This Slide group, click the third transition, Fade. Compare your screen with Figure 6.4.

The Push transition occurs between each slide.

The Fade transition is applied to Slide 2 only.

View the slide show From Beginning and return to Normal view.

The Fade transition occurs between Slide 1 and Slide 2. The transition between all the other slides remains set to Push.

Display Slide 5. On the Transitions tab, in the Timing group, change the Duration to 05.00. Compare your screen with Figure 6.5.

The transition duration from Slide 4 to Slide 5 is set to five seconds.

View the slide show From Beginning and return to Normal view. Save the presentation.

Slide 5 moves slowly up on the screen.

  • Display Slide 2. On the Transitions tab, in the Timing group, under Advance Slide, clear the On Mouse Click check box.
  • In the Timing group, under Advance Slide, change the After box to 00:05.00. Compare your screen with Figure 6.6.
  • View the slide show From Beginning—press one time to advance the slide show to Slide 2. When Slide 2 displays, wait 5 seconds for the third slide to display. When Slide 3 displays, return to Normal view.
  • Save the presentation.

Display Slide 3, and then click to select the content placeholder with the days and hours of operation. On the Animations tab, in the Advanced Animation group, click Add Animation. Compare your screen with Figure 6.7, and then take a moment to study the animation effects described in the table in Figure 6.8.

  • Under Entrance, click Fade.
  • On the Animations tab, in the Advanced Animation group, if necessary, click Animation Pane. Compare your screen with Figure 6.9.

The Animation Pane displays the animation you applied on Slide 3.

In the Animation Pane on the right side of your screen, under Content Placeholder, click , and then compare your screen with Figure 6.10.

The objects in the content placeholder are listed in the Animation Pane.

  • In the Animation Pane, click 1—the first entrance effect for the content placeholder—and then at the top of the Animation Pane, click Play From to test the animation.
  • Display Slide 5. Click the SmartArt graphic containing the car photos and names. On the Animations tab, in the Advanced Animation group, click Add Animation. Under Entrance, click Fly In.
  • In the Animation group, click Effect Options, and then compare your screen with Figure 6.11.

At the bottom of the Animation Pane, a timeline displays the number of seconds the animation takes to complete.

The sequence options are As One Object, All at Once, or One by One.

  • Under Sequence, click One by One.
  • In the Animation Pane, below Content Placeholder, click to expand the contents, and then compare your screen with Figure 6.12.

The shapes in the SmartArt graphic on Slide 5 display one at a time.

Five animations display in the Animation Pane.

  • View the presentation from the beginning, and then return to Normal view. Save your presentation.

Each SmartArt shape moves onto the slide individually.

  • Display Slide 3, and then click to select the content placeholder.
  • In the Animation Pane, click the animation item in the list—Monday—to select it, and then right-click Monday. Compare your screen with Figure 6.13, and then take a moment to review the Start Options described in the table in Figure 6.14.
  • Click Start After Previous. View the slide show From Current Slide, and click seven times to display all items. When Slide 4 displays, press to return to Normal view.
  • By changing On Click to After Previous, the first animation displays without having to click the mouse.
  • On Slide 3, in the Animation Pane, click to collapse the list. In the Animation Pane, right-click the entrance effect for the Content Placeholder, and then click Effect Options to display the Fade dialog box.
  • In the Fade dialog box, click the Timing tab, click the Start arrow, and then click After Previous.
  • Click the Duration arrow, and then select 1 seconds (Fast). Compare your screen with Figure 6.15.
  • Click OK. View the slide show From Current Slide and return to Normal view.
  • Save your presentation.
  • On Slide 3, in the Animation Pane, right-click the entrance effect for the Content Placeholder, and then click Effect Options to display the Fade dialog box.
  • In the Fade dialog box, on the Effect tab, under Enhancements, click the After animation arrow. Compare your screen with Figure 6.16.

Here you can apply a color change to the animated text or object.

  • In the row of colors, click the third color. Click OK. Notice that the text for each day displays in light blue as it appears.
  • Display Slide 5, and then click to select the SmartArt object.
  • On the Animations tab, in the Animation group, click Effect Options, and then compare your screen with Figure 6.17.
  • Click From Bottom-Left. In the Animation Pane, click Play Selected.
  • View the slide show From Beginning, and then return to Normal view. Close the Animation pane.
  • Insert a Header & Footer on the Notes and Handouts. Include the Date and time fixed, the Page Number, and a Footer 6A_Penn_Liberty and then click Apply to All.
  • Display the document properties. As the Tags, type hours, cars and as the Subject, type your course and section number. Be sure your name displays as the author, and then Save your file.
  • Close PowerPoint.
  • Display the document properties. As the Tags, type hours, cars and as the Subject, type your course and section number. Be sure your name displays as the author, and then Save your file.
  • Close PowerPoint.
  • In MyLab IT, in your Course Materials, locate and click the Grader Project PowerPoint 6A Penn Liberty. In step 3, under Upload Completed Assignment, click Choose File. In the Open dialog box, navigate to your PowerPoint Chapter 6 folder, and then click your Student_PowerPoint_6A_Penn_Liberty file one time to select it. In the lower right corner of the Open dialog box, click Open.
  • To submit your file to MyLab IT for grading, click Upload, wait a moment for a green Success! message, and then in step 4, click the blue Submit for Grading button. Click Close Assignment to return to your list of Course Materials.

The animation changes display automatically one at a time.

Each of the shapes in the SmartArt enters the slide from the lower left corner of the screen—the From Bottom-Left effect.

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