Advice 1: How in Word to create a presentation

Today, it is difficult to imagine a modern lesson without the use of informative-communicative technologies and computer-based learning tools as clarity at each stage of the lesson. One of these textbooks is the presentation.
How in Word to create a presentation
You will need
  • - personal computer;
  • - Microsoft Word;
  • - Microsoft PowerPoint from Microsoft Office;
  • - ABBYY FineReader.
Instruction
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To make the presentation easy. Important job is to identify the subject, choose the text content (it can be typed in a separate text document) and illustrations. When all components of the presentation will be prepared, proceed to create it. For this you will need Microsoft Office PowerPoint or Word. In the latter application, by the way, you can make a good presentation with animation, images, footnotes, and labels.
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To work in Word, create a "Microsoft Word Document", open it and add text. It can be printed during creation of the presentation or by copying from another document, paste into the project. Place the text on the page using tabs, add drop caps, a variety of fonts, color.
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As needed, add document images, graphics and pictures. To do this, use the functions "Copy" (Ctrl+Ins), Paste (Shift+Ins), Cut (Shift+Del). Place the images on the page, after selecting the menu "File" the item "page setup" and putting their orientation: portrait or landscape. Make to images, footnotes and signatures. To do this, use the drawing modes and auto shapes.
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To set the image size, click the right mouse button and find the option "Format picture" where you can adjust the size, color, transparency, position in the text. In the "Format menu" make a background, fill and border pages. As background images can use any appropriate theme image. Place it on a background, set the transparency percentage and save the changes.
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Make elementary drawings, superimposing on the image layer by layer. Look great on the page and Word Art. Add them from the menu "Insert" or cragmite on the appropriate icon on the drawing toolbar.
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In addition, Word has the ability to give the text basic animation. Scroll to the desired fragment, then select menu "Format" and go to "Font". In the opened window find the button "Animation" and tick the suitable option.
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When your material is ready, save it (for this select "Save as") in one of the possible formats: an XML document, a web page, a web page in a single file, web page filter, or any other.
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To convert presentations from Word to PowerPoint, print created and saved in doc. document, preferably on a color printer. And then use ABBYY FineReader, which scan the document, recognize its pages and pass them into a PowerPoint presentation. The rest the program will do on their own. You will only need to save the presentation and customize it for the animation and other settings.
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Bright, colorful and functional work of the presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint. To use it, run the program and select the menu "File" the item "Create" (Ctrl+N). Then go to "page setup" and specify the slide size, orientation and placing of text and notes.
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In the toolbar select "new slide" and click it as many times how many pages you need for your project. If the number of slides is insufficient, you will be able to add additional pages.
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In the menu "Designer slide" select layout, design (background), layout. For each slide, they can be customized. To apply to slides the appropriate changes, select the necessary page and click on the desired design or pattern. During the design presentation, you can edit the slides and add additional items.
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To embed material click on each part of the page layout and enter data. When editing, use the functions "Copy", "Cut", "Paste", etc. in a Similar way to the add to project image. If need be, for registration of pages, select the size and color of font, background, color fill, etc.
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Menu slide Show adjust slide duration, effects, used animation. When all the changes are made, save the presentation on a computer disk or removable media.

Advice 2: How to insert in Word file

Microsoft Word allows you to produce text in a variety of transactions — enter, edit, and execute depending on user's needs. Using text editor Word document you can insert various files, charts, tables, graphics, and multimedia.
How to insert in Word file
Instruction
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To insert a graphic file in MS Word version 2007, download the program, open the document and position the cursor in the area where will have to be drawing. Click on the Insert tab. In the group "Illustrations" click on "picture".
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In the window "Insert picture", select the image you want to insert and click on the appropriate button ("Paste"). In MS Office 2003 to insert a picture click on "Insert" → "picture" → "From file" and select the picture. If necessary, change the parameters of the figure: its position, size, etc.
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To add video or music file into an MS Word document 2007 go to the Insert tab and click on "Clip". In the right pane, click on "Organize clips". Then open "File" → "Add clips to organizer". Select a video or song. Holding the file with the left mouse button, drag it to the document.
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Also the clip or music in MS Office 2007 and 2003, you can insert it with "Insert" → "Object" → "Create from file" → "Browse". Select the media file and click "Open" then "OK". The file appears as an icon. When double-clicking you will be prompted to open it or first implement and then open.
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To insert in Word the font (which is the same file), press Win+R and type Fonts or open "start" → "control Panel" → "Fonts" folder. Drag in the folder of the font you want to install. Restart Word, close the program and open it again. Select from the list of fonts that you have installed and want to use.
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If you want to insert into a Word document the data from a MS Excel spreadsheet, highlight the data you want to paste from Excel into a document. On the Home tab, click "Copy" from the group "Clipboard" (MS Word 2007) or click Ctrl+C (for MS Word 2007/2003). Set the Word document the cursor where you want to paste the data. Paste using Ctrl+V.
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Click beside the button "paste Options" and put a point on one of the four possible commands: "Keep source formatting" (to be presented in the form of a table, MS Word) and "Paste as picture" (data will be inserted as a picture), "Keep source formatting and link to Excel" (to establish a link with Excel data that will update with changes) or "Keep text only" (data to be presented as text).
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Paste from MS Excel chart according to the scheme described above. Use the "paste Options" to edit a chart: "Chart" (inserted a chart from Excel will be reported with the original document), "Excel Chart" (will be possible to access the entire Excel workbook), "Insert as picture" (the chart is in the form of a drawing), "Keep source formatting" (to be used in the initial format of the chart).
Note
If you don't have the button "paste Options", enable it. In MS Word 2007, click "Microsoft Office" then "Word Options". Further, in the category "Advanced" select a group "Cut, copy..." and check the box next to "Display a menu of paste options". In MS Word 2003, the "paste Options" are enabled by using "Tools" → "Options" → "edit" → "buttons to Show the possibilities of insertion".
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