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PowerPoint:
Supported

  • Live Instruction
  • Guided Activities
  • Monitored Virtual Lab
  • Technical Support
  • Classroom Option Available
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Class Guidebook 

PowerPoint 1: Supported

Effective visual aids are a vital component of a successful presentation. Our PowerPoint 1 course introduces you to the application and the features that have made it the mainstay for creating engaging visuals for decades. Learn the skills you need to craft impressive slides to accompany the information you need to deliver.

PowerPoint 2: Supported

Progress your PowerPoint skills and add eye-catching elements that keep your audience enthralled. Increase your productivity by making slides adaptable and by modifying the environment itself. Collaborate with a team to create a presentation, set it up for your specific use case, and then protect it so it can be shared securely.

Recommended Preparation: PowerPoint 1

PowerPoint:
Standard

  • Live Instruction
  • Streamlined Delivery
  • Guided Activities
  • Certificate of Completion

PowerPoint Introduction: Standard

PowerPoint is Microsoft’s flagship application for creating multi-page presentations, pitch decks, tutorials, and even one-pagers like infographics, flyers and posters. In contrast with MS Word, PowerPoint gives you more control over where images and text appear on each page. Learn to use PowerPoint the right way and you’ll be amazed at how quickly you can put together clean and impactful presentations!

PowerPoint Advanced: Standard

Audiences are all too familiar with PowerPoint slide decks having the usual titles, headings, bullets and stock photos – so it can be a real eye-opener to experience a presentation with custom transitions, animations, and embedded videos! This class will take your slide decks to that “next level.”

Recommended Preparation: PowerPoint Introduction

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