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National College Credit Recommendation Service

Board of Regents  |  University of the State of New York

EdTech Institute, LLC (formerly The Sage Group, LLC) | Evaluated Learning Experience

Microsoft Office PowerPoint - Basic (299)

Formerly Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Basic (299); Microsoft Office PowerPoint - Intermediate (303)

Course 1 and 2: 18 hours (6 weeks).  

Various approved locations throughout the United States.

Courses 1 and 2: January 2013 - December 2018.

Instructional delivery format: 
Traditional classroom model
Learner Outcomes: 

Course 1: Students will be able to: identify components of the PowerPoint environment, open and run a presentation, use Help, and close a presentation and PowerPoint; Create and save a presentation; add, rearrange, and delete slides; and insert slides from another presentation; format text and bulleted lists; use the Find, Replace, Cut, Copy, and Paste commands; and align text; draw objects by using tools in the drawing group; format, modify, move, rotate, align and delete drawn objects; and add text to drawn objects; use WordArt to create visually appealing text objects, and add and modify picture and clip art images; add a table to a presentation, enter text and format the table, create and format a chart, and insert and modify a SmartArt hierarchy chart; create a presentation from a template; use slide masters to make global design changes; specify slide transitions and timings; add speaker notes and footers to slides; and set up a slide show for a speaker and a kiosk; proof, preview, and run a presentation; and print a presentation, a range of slides, individual slides, handouts, and notes pages. Course 2: Students will be able to: customize the Quick Access toolbar and the Ribbon; and redesign a presentation by creating a custom design theme; modify images by cropping them and removing background elements; add and edit video and audio clips; apply animation effects; and create a photo album presentation; format SmartArt graphics by changing associate (component) objects; draw and format custom tables; and customize a chart by using the Chart Tools tabs; add interactive elements to a slide by adding and editing action buttons; create customized slide shows by using the Custom Shows dialog box; and create a simple mathematical formula by using the Equation tool; review presentations by using Comments; finish and share presentations by using commands accessed through the File tab; and explore the Broadcast Slide Show feature; generate presentations from Word outlines; add content to slides by embedding or linking content from Word documents or Excel worksheets; and create hyperlinks to Word documents and Excel worksheets.

Course 1 and 2: The Microsoft Office PowerPoint - Introduction and Intermediate courses are designed for participants to enhance their computer applications skills. Each course covers the various level functions and features of Microsoft Office PowerPoint . The course is offered in a traditional classroom format with instructor led demonstrations, hands-on practical exercises, individual assignments and final examinations.
Credit recommendation: 

Course 1: In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour as Computer Software Applications or Microsoft Office PowerPoint -Introductory (1/13) (5/14 Administrative Review). Course 2: In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour as Computer Software Applications or Microsoft Office PowerPoint - Intermediate (1/13) (5/14 Administrative Review).