Performance Assessments

Project 3F. Employment

Objectives: 1. Format Slide Text; 2. Modify Placeholders; 3. Modify Slide Master Elements; 4. Insert Clip Art; 5. Apply Bullets and Numbering; 6. Customize a Color Scheme; 7. Modify the Slide Background; 8. Apply an Animation Scheme.

In the following Performance Assessment, you will format a presentation for the Human Resources Department at University Medical Center that is part of a recruitment effort for nurses and administrative staff. Your completed presentation will look similar to the one shown in Figure 3.36.

Figure 3.36.

For Project 3F, you will need the following files:

p03F_Employment

p03F_Medicine

You will save your presentation as

3F_Employment_Firstname_Lastname

 

1.

From your student files, open the file p03F_Employment. Display the Slide Design task pane and apply the gold Competition design template which contains a picture of a runner on the left side of the slide. Save the file as 3F_Employment_Firstname_Lastname
 

2.

In the Outline/Slides pane, display the slide thumbnails. Select Slides 2 through 5 and in the Slide Design task pane, click Color Schemes to display the eight color schemes associated with the Competition design template. Apply the color scheme with the red background to the selected slides.
 

3.

With Slides 2 through 5 still selected, display the Format menu, and then click Background. Omit the background graphics from the master so that the image of the runner and the lanes do not display. Click the Background fill arrow and then click Fill Effects. Apply a two-color gradient fill. Change Color 2 to the sixth color in the color scheme. Change the Shading style to Diagonal up and under Variants, in the first row, click the first option. Click OK, and then click Apply.
 

4.

Display the Slide Master and click anywhere in the first bullet pointClick to edit Master text styles. Use the Font Color arrow to change the font color to the last color in the color scheme. Display the Bullets and Numbering dialog box and then change the bullet to the second bullet in the second row.
 

5.

Click in the Second level line. In the Bullets and Numbering dialog box, click the arrowhead bullet stylein the second row, the third bullet. Change the Size to 75, and change the Color to the fourth color.
 

6.

In the title placeholder, change the text alignment to Left Align. Click Normal View to display the presentation and view your changes.
 

7.

Display the Replace Fonts dialog box, and then replace the Verdana font with the Tahoma font.
 

8.

Display Slide 5. Center the title. Change the bullets in the bulleted list placeholder to numbers. In the Bullets and Numbering dialog box, apply the numbering scheme that includes a parenthesis after the number. Point to the center right sizing handle so that a left-and-right-pointing arrow displays, and then size the placeholder so that it fits tightly around the text, but be sure that none of the text wraps to two lines.
 

9.

Point to the outer edge of the placeholder so that a four-headed arrow displays and then drag the placeholder to the right so that its left edge is positioned under the A in Administrative.
 

10.

Display the Clip Art task pane, and then search for clips with the keyword Medicine. Insert the brown, green, yellow, and blue picture of the heart and stethoscope. Drag the picture to position it horizontally centered below the list. Refer to Figure 3.36 if you are unsure of which picture to insert. If the picture is not available, on the Insert menu point to Picture and then click From File. Navigate to your student files and insert the file p03F_Medicine.
 

11.

Display Slide 6 and then display the Slide Layout task pane. Change the slide layout to Title Slide. In the title placeholder, change the alignment to Center, change the font size to 60, and then change the font color to Black. (Hint: Click More Colors.) In the subtitle placeholder, change the font color to White.
 

   

12.

Click the outer edge of the title placeholder so that the boundary consists of a pattern of dots, then use Format Painter to copy the formatting of the title placeholder from Slide 6 to Slide 1. Use the same technique to copy the formatting of the Subtitle placeholder from Slide 6 to Slide 1.
 


13.

Display the Slide Design task pane and click Animation Schemes. Apply the Moderate schemeRise upto Slides 2 through 5. Apply the Exciting schemePinwheelto Slides 1 and 6. Display Slide 1 and then view the slide show.
 

14.

Create a header and footer for the notes and handouts that includes the date updated automatically and a footer with the text 3F_Employment_ Firstname_Lastname Clear all other header and footer options.
 

15.

Save the file. Use Print Preview to compare the layout of your document to Figure 3.36. To submit your project on paper,print the presentation as handouts, 6 slides per page in grayscale and in horizontal order. To submit your project electronically, follow your instructor's directions. Close the presentation.
 

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You have completed Project 3F


Project 3G. Education

Objectives: 1. Format Slide Text; 3. Modify Slide Master Elements; 5. Apply Bullets and Numbering; 6. Customize a Color Scheme

In the following Performance Assessment, you will create a one-page presentation to be used as a flyer that will be posted on the University Medical Center Web site regarding the hospital's health education program. Your completed presentation will look similar to the one shown in Figure 3.37.

Figure 3.37.

For Project 3G, you will need the following file:

New blank presentation

You will save your presentation as

3G_Education_Firstname_Lastname

 

1.

Start PowerPoint, and create a new presentation based on the blue Cascade design template. Change the Slide Layout for the first slide to Title and Text.
 

2.

In the title placeholder, type Education For A Healthy Heart and in the bulleted list placeholder type each of the following bullet points:

Heart-to-Heart Cardiac Program

Lowering Your Cholesterol

Eat Heart Smart

Cultivating a Healthier Weight

Stress Management

Facts About Blood Pressure
 

3.

Display the Slide DesignColor Schemes task pane, and change the color scheme to the one that contains the black background with the red accents.
 

4.

On the Format menu, use the Replace Fonts command to replace the Arial font with the Verdana font.
 

5.

Notice that only one word in the title displays on the second line. To fit the title to one line, select the title text and change the Font Size to 35. Recall that you can type any number in the Font Size box if it does not display on the list.
 

6.

In the title placeholder, select the word Heart and then click the Font Color arrow to display the color scheme. Click the fifth colorredto create a distinctive title on the slide.
 

7.

Display the presentation in Slide Master view. Change the first level bullet to a heart. (Hint: In the Bullets and Numbering dialog box, click Customize. The heart is found in the Symbol font).
 

8.

In the Click to edit Master text styles line, change the font size to 30 and apply bold. Return the presentation to Normal View.
 

9.

Click in the bulleted list placeholder and resize the placeholder so that its right edge extends to the right edge of the slide. This action will prevent the first bullet point from wrapping to two lines.
 

10.

Because this is a one-slide presentation, create a footer for the slide (click the Slide tab in the Header and Footer dialog box) that includes the footer text 3G_Education_Firstname_Lastname Clear all other header and footer options. If the footer displays on two lines, display the Slide Master and at the bottom of the slide, click the footer area placeholder. Use the left and right center sizing handles to widen the placeholder so that your name displays on one line.
 

11.

Save the file as 3G_Education_Firstname_Lastname and then use Print Preview to compare the layout of your document to Figure 3.37. To submit your project on paper,print the presentation as a grayscale slide. To submit your project electronically, follow your instructor's directions.
 

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You have completed Project 3G


Project 3H. Training

Objectives: 1. Format Slide Text; 2. Modify Placeholders; 3. Modify Slide Master Elements; 5. Apply Bullets and Numbering; 6. Customize a Color Scheme; 8. Apply an Animation Scheme.

In the following Performance Assessment, you will format a presentation regarding a trauma training program being implemented at University Medical Center. Your completed presentation will look similar to the one shown in Figure 3.38.

Figure 3.38.

For Project 3H, you will need the following file:

p03H_Training

You will save your presentation as

3H_Training_Firstname_Lastname

 

1.

From your student files, open the file p03H_Training. Display the Slide Design task pane and apply the green, Glass Layers design template. Save the file as 3H_Training_Firstname_Lastname
 

2.

Display the color schemes, click the arrow on the royal blue background color scheme, and then apply the color scheme to all of the slides in your presentation. In the lower section of the Slide Design task pane, click Edit Color Schemes, and in the Custom tab, click Title text. Click Change Color, and then in the honeycomb, in the third row from the bottom, select the third coloryellow.
 

3.

Display Slide 2, and then display the Slide Master. Be sure that the slide master displays, not the title master. Click in the title placeholder and remove the bold format.
 

4.

Click in the first-level bullet line and change the font to Arial Rounded MT Bold. Use the Bullets and Numbering dialog box to insert a picture bullet that contains gold, red, and blue squares blended together. If you are unsure of the bullet that you should choose, refer to Figure 3.38 at the beginning of this Performance Assessment.
 

5.

Click in the second level bullet and use the Bullets and Numbering dialog box to change the color of the bullet to yellow. Change the font to Arial Rounded MT Bold. Return the presentation to Normal View and scroll through the slides to view your changes.
 

6.

Display Slide 1 and change the font size for the title to 60. Select the subtitle text and use to change the subtitle to title case.
 

7.

Display Slide 5 and center the title. In the bulleted list placeholder, remove the bullet so that the text displays as a paragraph. Center the text, and then click elsewhere on the slide so that the placeholder is not selected. Notice that the design template contains lines that create a box in the center of the slide. The paragraph text would display nicely vertically centered within the box. To achieve this effect, you will size and move the placeholder as outlined in the next step.
 

8.

Click in the paragraph placeholder and then, using the center right sizing handle, extend the placeholder to the right edge of the slide. Reduce the size of the placeholder by dragging the bottom center sizing handle up so that the lower edge of the placeholder is just below the last line of text. Drag the placeholder down about ½ inch so that the text is centered vertically within the box in the center of the slide. Refer to Figure 3.38. Change the font size to 36.
 

9.

Display Slide 1, and apply the Compress animation scheme to all of the slides in the presentation. View the slide show.
 

10.

Create a header and footer for the notes and handouts that includes the date updated automatically and a footer with the text 3H_Training_Firstname_Lastname Clear all other header and footer options.
 

11.

Save the file and then use Print Preview to compare the layout of your document to Figure 3.38. To submit your project on paper, print the presentation as handouts, 6 slides per page in grayscale and in horizontal order. To submit your project electronically, follow your instructor's directions. Close the presentation.
 

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You have completed Project 3H


Mastery Assessments





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