What`s New in Office 2010 PowerPoint

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Know Office 2007? If
So, What’s New For
You in Office 2010?
Presented by
Sharon Fisher-Larson
Sponsored by McGraw-Hill
Education Group
Office 2010
KNOW HOW TO GET HELP!
 The
question mark is invaluable!
 Menu to Ribbon Excel Files Excellent
Resource
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CUSTOMIZE THE RIBBON
 You
can use customization to personalize
the Ribbon, which is part of the Microsoft
Office Fluent user interface, to be the way
that you want it. You can create custom
tabs and custom groups that contain the
commands you use most frequently.
 Ribbon now in ALL applications
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CUSTOMIZE THE QUICK ACCESS
TOOLBAR
 My
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suggestion?
Place it below the ribbon
 Right
click on QAT
 Select “below the ribbon”
 Add additional commands
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THE MICROSOFT OFFICE
BACKSTAGE VIEW
 In
the Microsoft Office Backstage view,
you do everything to a file that you do not
do in the file. The latest innovation in the
Microsoft Office Fluent user interface and
a companion feature to the Ribbon, the
Backstage view is where you manage
your files — creating, saving, inspecting
for personal information and setting
options.
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New in Backstage View
 Save
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& Send
As an e-mail
To web
To SharePoint
As Blog post
To Change file
type
As PDF/XPS
Document
 New
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in Print
Can print 1-2-3-4,
etc. pages per
page
Can change
margins and page
orientation
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NEW NUMBERING!
 Word
2010 includes new fixed-digit
numbering formats, such as 001, 002, 003...
and 0001, 0002, 0003....
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NOW YOU CAN QUICKLY ADD
A CHECK BOX TO FORMS OR
LISTS.
 Add

Developer Tab
File, Options, Select Developer Tab
 Easy
to change style of check box!
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NAVIGATION PANE
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Move between headings in your document by
clicking on the parts of the document map.
Collapse levels of the outline to hide nested
headings, so you can work easily with the map
even in deeply structured and complicated long
documents.
Type text into the search box to find your place
instantly.
Drag and drop headings within your document to
rearrange the structure. You can also delete, cut,
or copy headings and their content.
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NAVIGATION PANE continued
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Easily promote or demote a given heading, or a
heading and all of its nested headings, up or
down within the hierarchy.
Add new headings to your document to build a
basic outline or insert new headings without
having to scroll around in the document.
Stay aware of the content being edited by others
by browsing the headings that contain a coauthoring indicator.
See thumbnails of all the pages in your document
and click on them to move through your
document.
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NEW ARTISTIC EFFECTS
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With Word 2010, you can now apply
sophisticated "artistic" effects (20)to your
picture to make the picture look more like a
sketch, drawing, or painting. It's an easy way
to enhance your images without using
additional photo-editing programs
Some of the 20 new artistic effects include
Pencil Sketch, Line Drawing, Watercolor
Sponge, Mosaic Bubbles, Glass, Pastels
Smooth, Plastic Wrap, Photocopy, and Paint
Strokes.
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PICTURE CORRECTIONS
 You
can now transform your images into
compelling, vibrant visuals by fine-tuning
the color intensity (saturation) and color
tone (temperature) of a picture. You can
also adjust brightness, contrast, sharpness,
and blurriness, or you can recolor the
picture to better match your document
content and to make your work pop.
AUTOMATIC BACKGROUND
REMOVAL OF PICTURES
 Another
advanced picture editing option
in Word 2010 is the ability to automatically
remove unwanted portions of a picture,
such as the background, to highlight the
subject of the picture or to remove
distracting detail.
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BETTER PICTURE COMPRESSION
AND CROPPING
 Use
the new and improved pictureediting tools to trim images and get just
the look that you want. Now you have
better control of the image quality and
compression trade-offs so that you can
make the right choice for the medium
(print, screen, or e-mail) that your
document is used for.
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INSERTING SCREENSHOTS
 Quickly
add screenshots to capture and
incorporate visual illustrations into your
work in Word 2010. After you add the
screenshot, you can use the tools on the
Picture Tools tab to edit and enhance the
screenshot. When you reuse your
screenshots across documents, take
advantage of the Paste Preview feature
to see what your additions will look like
before you drop them in.
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POINT TO TEXT TO SEE A
TRANSLATION
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When you turn on the Mini Translator, you
can point to a word or selected phrase with
your mouse and see a translation in a small
window. The Mini Translator also includes a
Play button so you can hear an audio
pronunciation of the word or phrase and a
Copy button so you can paste the
translation into another document. You
don't even need the language pack,
language interface pack, or proofing tools
installed on your computer to see a
translation in that language.
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HELP PREVENT CHANGES TO A
FINAL VERSION OF A DOCUMENT
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Before you share a final version of a document,
you can use the Mark As Final command to make
the document read-only and let other people
know that you are sharing a final version of the
document. When a document is marked as final,
typing editing commands, and proofing marks are
disabled, and people who view the document
cannot unintentionally change the document.
The Mark As Final command is not a security
feature. Anyone can edit a document that is
marked as final by turning off the Mark As Final
feature.
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ACCESSIBILITY CHECKER
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Accessibility Checker helps identify and resolve
accessibility issues in your documents, so that you
can fix any potential problems that might keep
someone with a disability from accessing your
content.
If your document has any accessibility issues, the
Microsoft Office Backstage view displays an alert
that lets you review and repair any issues in your
document, if necessary. You can see the alert by
clicking the File tab. Under Prepare for Sharing,
click Check for Issues, and then click Check
Accessibility.
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Windows Live.com
 Have
25 gigabytes of storage
 Free version of Office 2010 (not all
features available)
 Live collaboration
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Multiple individuals work on same
document at same time…live

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