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MS PowerPoint - Advanced Techniques for Better Presentations Logo aicpa

  $99.00 - 129.00 |   23 Oct 2019 |   11:00-13:00 |   CPE: 2.0 |   AICPA |   Computer Science |   AICPA Store
Who Will Benefit
  • Any professional who is involved in the design, creation or delivery of presentations in person
Learning Objectives
  • Create more engaging presentations by adding slide transitions and animation.
  • Bring your presentations up to modern day standards by incorporating multimedia audio and video files.
  • Know how to link your Excel spreadsheet data and charts into a presentation to present financial information.
  • Establish your organization's brand by creating a custom theme with slide layouts tailored to your style.

In this webcast, you will learn how to leverage the more advanced features of PowerPoint to take your presentations to the next level. You'll create more effective presentations with your new knowledge of advanced features, such as including slide transitions and animations, leveraging the full capability of SmartArt, embedding audio and video content into your presentations, customizing the master layouts, building your own theme and slide layout template, and advancing your slideshow presentation techniques.

The major subjects that will be covered in this webcast include:

  • Using slide transitions and animation
  • Customizing the slide layout, handout and notes masters
  • Customizing your own theme
  • Inserting Excel charts and data
  • Integrating audio and video files into your presentation
  • Useful add-on tools and reference materials
Topics covered:
  • Management accounting: People: Communication, Foundational
  • Management accounting: Technical: Accounting information systems: Information systems environment, Foundational

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