Read over your rubrics
(self-evaluation) for this task before you complete the activities. Click on
the arrow and use the BACK button on your browser to return to this page and
Before you begin this task, be sure to practice
the skills you learned in Part I. Click on the arrow to go over
this task, you'll add animations to your slides.
the presentation you saved in Part II. [Remember that you can go back and forth between this page
and your presentation. Just press the ALT key and click the TAB key on your
some animation to your slides.
1: Go to your
second slide by using the UP and DOWN arrows at the bottom right corner of you
window OR by opening the slide Sorter View and double clicking the second slide.
your second slide (My Interests) open, click in the bulleted list of interests.
You'll notice the text box show up. With the text box selected, go to SLIDE
SHOW-> CUSTOM ANIMATION.
panel will open giving you some choices. [You can drag that panel to make it
wider or more narrow. You can also close it (X) when you finish.]
on ADD EFFECT -> ENTRANCE -> APPEAR.
choices you made above will tell the program to show each line in the text box
one at a time. One line at a time will appear as you click on the slide. You
must SHOW the presentation to see the effects.
on the SLIDE SHOW view (Remember -> left bottom corner of your screen
You presentation will play on
your full screen, starting with the second slide, since that is what you had
STEP 5: When the slide appears, click
anywhere in the slide. The lines will appear one at a time!
can click through to the next slide. To end the show, press the ESC button on
OK! Now repeat the same
process for the last slide. Use a different animation, just for fun. You can
undo anything you don't like.
To play the
whole presentation, go to the first slide and select the Slide Show view again.
As you click you will see each slide come up with the animation you gave it.
When you finish, SAVE your presentation.
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TO MATH ACTIVITY
the Rubrics, print and date the Rubrics page, and place it in your folder.
You've learned something new today!!!