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Laboratory work 1
THEME: Design and Creation of the Presentations of Lecture Material,
Scientific Reports, etc.
TASK: Create a Power Point presentation on the topic ‘ICT news’
consisting of 10 or more slides. Be sure to use the following objects, such as
animations, links, movie, sound that means you have to insert hyperlinks,
video, and audio files into your presentation.
How to create a Power Point presentation
Today any report is not complete without a presentation.
It is obvious that such a presentation of information helps to present in detail
all the necessary charts and calculations.
Next, let us consider in detail how to create a presentation in Power Point.
What is presented
The presentation is a set of slides with text, graphics, audio and video
Absolutely natural that performance with the sheet may not be interested in,
and give free rein to the imagination as a demonstration illustrated.
So many people are trying to create a beautiful presentation of believing that
it is enough to fill it with pictures, text and animation.
What is the beauty of the presentation?
A) The presence of a variety of illustrations and diagrams.
B) A structured information.
C) Attractive design - background, fonts, colors.
Requirements for presentation
A) The color scheme - it is not necessary to use too bright colors. They
quickly tire the eyes.
B) The text color it is best to leave the black and the color of the background
on which the text - white.
But it is permissible to use pale colors in the background.
С) The presentation should be informative, but not overloaded with text.
The presentation is created to help the speaker, rather than to replace it.
Valid brief explanation made easily readable font: two - three sentences on
the slide.
D) It is advisable not to use in the presentation of more than three fonts
- The most commonly used Calibri font for the text and the title, but this font
is not installed on all computers, so the standard text should be replaced by Times
New Roman, Tahoma, Arial.
- The font size must be chosen so that the text could read all the listeners.
The process of creating presentations
About hyperlinks
Hyperlinks have two basic parts: the address of the webpage, email
address, or other location they are linking to; and the display text, which can also
be a picture or shape. For example, the address could behttp://www.youtube.com
and the display text could be YouTube. In some cases, the display text might be
the same as the address. When you're creating a hyperlink in PowerPoint, you'll be
able to choose both the address and the display text or image.
To insert a hyperlink:
Select the image or text you want to make a hyperlink.
Right-click the selected text or image, then click Hyperlink.
The Insert Hyperlink dialog box will open. You can also get to this
dialog box from the Insert tab by clicking Hyperlink.
If you selected text, the words will appear in the Text to display field
at the top. You can change this text if you want.
Type the address you want to link to in the Address field.
Click OK. The text or image you selected will now be a hyperlink to
the web address.
To insert a hyperlink to an email address:
Right-click the selected text or image, then click Hyperlink.
The Insert Hyperlink dialog box will open.
On the left side of the dialog box, click Email Address.
Type the email address you want to connect to in the Email Address
box, then click OK.
PowerPoint often recognizes email and web addresses as you type and will
format them as hyperlinks automatically after you press the Enter key or the
To open and test a hyperlink
After you create a hyperlink, it's important to test it. Right-click the
hyperlink, then click Open Hyperlink.
Your web browser should open and navigate to the linked page. If it
does not work, check the hyperlink address for any misspellings.
To remove a hyperlink:
Right-click the hyperlink.
Click Remove Hyperlink.
Inserting action buttons
Video: Using Action Buttons in PowerPoint 2010
Another tool you can use to connect to a webpage, file, email address, or
slide is called an action button. Action buttons are built-in button shapes you can
add to a presentation and set to link to another slide, play a sound, or perform
another action. When someone clicks or moves over the button, the selected action
will occur. Action buttons can do many of the same things as hyperlinks. Their
easy-to-understand style makes them especially useful for self-running
presentations at booths and kiosks.
You can insert action buttons on one slide at a time, or you can insert an
action button that will show up on every slide. The second option can be useful if
you want every slide to link back to a specific slide, like the title page or table of
To insert an action button on one slide:
Click the Insert tab.
Click the Shapes command in the Illustrations group. A drop-down
menu will appear with the action buttonslocated at the bottom.
Select the desired action button.
Insert the button onto the slide by clicking the desired location. The
Action Settings dialog box will appear.
Select the Mouse Click or Mouse Over tab. Selecting the Mouse
Click tab means the action button will perform its action only when clicked.
Selecting the Mouse Over tab will make the action button perform its action when
you move the mouse over it.
In the Action on click section, select Hyperlink to: then click the
drop-down arrow and choose an option from the menu.
Check the Play Sound box if you want a sound to play when the
action button is clicked. Select a sound from the drop-down menu, or select Other
sound to use a sound file on your computer.
Click OK.
To insert an action button on all slides:
Click the View tab.
In the Master Views group, click the Slide Master command. A
blank slide in the style of your presentation will appear. Don't worry about
changing anything else.
Go to the Insert tab, and follow the instructions above to insert an
action button.
Return to the Slide Master tab, then click Close Master View. The
new action button will now be on every slide.
To edit, move, or delete an action button inserted this way, click the View
tab, then Slide Master. ClickClose Master View after making the desired
To test an action button:
After you create an action button, it's important to test it.
Click the Slide Show tab.
In the Start Slide Show group, click From Current Slide.
Click your action button.
After you have tested it, right-click anywhere on the screen and select
End Show.
If your action button did not work as you intended, follow the
instructions below to edit it.
To edit an action button:
Select the action button.
Click the Insert tab.
In the Links group, click the Action command. The Actions Settings
dialog box will appear.
Edit the action or hyperlink.
Click OK.
To change the appearance of an action button:
Select the action button.
Click the Drawing Tools Format tab.
To change the button style or color, use the tools in the Shape Styles
To change the shape of the action button, click Edit Shape in the
Insert Shapes group. Select a new shape from the drop-down menu.
Approximate subjects of the presentations
1. 3D graphics
2. 4G-technology
3. Access
5. Blu-ray Disc
6. DVD disk drives
8. Web surfing
9. Automatic methods of testing of knowledge
10. Devices of fax and telefaxes
11. Basic configuration of the PC
12. Banners
13. Wireless technologies
14. Fight against a spam
15. Firewall
16. Browsers
17. Videoadapters
18. Viruses "Logical Bombs"
19. Viruses "Trojan horses"
20. Worms viruses
21. Gadgets
22. Digitayzers
23. Domains of the top level
24. PCs additional devices
25. Drivers of devices
26. Sound IBM PC systems
27. Internet service providers
28. History of development Internet
29. History of development of a computer
30. Handheld PCs
31. Cyber crime
32. Cluster systems
33. Computer graphics
34. Computer viruses
35. Mainframes
36. Microservers
37. Mobile computing devices
38. Modems and faxmodems
39. Multimedia
40. Neuroprocessors
41. Symbiam operating system
42. Search engines of Yandex
43. Problems of creation of an artificial intelligence
44. Market of hard drives
45. Sensor displays
46. Data compression
47. Scanners
48. Composition and structure of the PC
49. Means of operational reproduction of information
50. Means of information display
51. Trackball
52. Triggers
53. File managers
54. Flash-memory
55. Emoticon
56. Ergonomic keypads
57. Programming languages