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Respected sir, sir recently I bought a new pc(microsoft-2007) in this how can I set power point slide(with animation)as desktop background? Kindly informe me sir, thanking you sir.

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It cannot be set as desktop background...
Powerpoint presentation file extention is .ppt
while desktop background file extension are.. jpeg, jpg, bmp, gif......etc
.gif file is the animation file.
U can use the software to convert .ppt to .gif and hence set it as desktop background.

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How to make power presentatio?


  • If Office PowerPoint 2007 is already running, save and close any open presentations, and then exit and restart PowerPoint 2007.

Find links to information about saving presentations in the See Also section.

  • If Office PowerPoint 2007 isn't already running, start it now.
In the Slide pane, you can work directly on individual slides. za001093949.gif Dotted borders identify placeholders, where you can type text or insert pictures, charts, and other objects. za001093950.gif The Slides tab shows a thumbnail version of each full size slide shown in the Slide pane. After you add other slides, you can click a thumbnail on the Slides tab to make the slide appear in the Slide pane. Or you can drag thumbnails to rearrange the slides in your presentation. You can also add or delete slides on the Slides tab. za001093951.gif In the Notes pane, you can type notes about the current slide. You can hand out your notes to your audience or refer to your notes in Presenter view when you give your presentation. Note By default, Office PowerPoint 2007 applies the Blank Presentation template, which appears in the preceding illustration, to new presentations. Blank Presentation is the simplest and most generic of the templates in Office PowerPoint 2007. Blank Presentation is a good template to use when you first start working with PowerPoint because it is straightforward and can be adapted to many presentation types. To create a new presentation that is based on the Blank Presentation template, click the Microsoft Office Button za010077102.gif, click New, click Blank and recent under Templates, and then double-click Blank Presentation under Blank and recent.
After you open the Blank Presentation template, only a small portion of the Notes pane is visible. To see a larger portion of the Notes pane so that you have more room to type in it, do the following:
  1. Point to the top border of the Notes pane.
  2. When the pointer becomes a za010205206.gif, drag the border up to make a little more room for your speaker notes, as shown in the following illustration.

Name and save your presentation As with any software program, it is a good idea to name and save your presentation right away and then to save your changes frequently while you work:
  1. Click the Microsoft Office Button za010077102.gif, point to Save As, and then do one of the following:
    • For a presentation that can be opened only in Office PowerPoint 2007, click PowerPoint Presentation.
    • For a presentation that can be opened in either Office PowerPoint 2007 or earlier versions of PowerPoint, click PowerPoint 97-2003 Presentation.

If you choose this option, you cannot use any of the features that are new in Office PowerPoint 2007.

  1. In the Save As dialog box, in the Save in list, select the folder or other location where you want to save your presentation.
  2. In the File name box, type a name for your presentation, or do nothing to accept the default file name, and then click Save.

Add, rearrange, and delete slides The single slide that is provided automatically in your presentation has two placeholders, one formatted for a title and the other formatted for a subtitle. The arrangement of placeholders on a slide is called a layout. Office PowerPoint 2007 also provides other types of placeholders, such as those for pictures and SmartArt graphics.
When you add a slide to your presentation, you can do the following to choose a layout for the new slide at the same time:
  1. On the Slides tab, click just below the single slide that already appears there.
  2. On the Home tab, in the Slides group, click the arrow next to New Slide.

za001093948.gif The name identifies the content that each layout is designed for. za001093949.gif Placeholders that display colored icons can contain text, but you can also click the icons to automatically insert objects, including SmartArt graphics and clip art.
  1. Click the layout that you want for your new slide.

The new slide now appears both on the Slides tab, where it is highlighted as the current slide, and in the Slide pane. Repeat this procedure for each new slide that you want to add.

Tip If you want your new slide to have the same layout that the preceding slide has, you can just click New Slide instead of clicking the arrow next to it.

Aug 17, 2011 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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How do you set the background on a Dell to show a slideshow of all of the pictures?


To use your own pictures

1.

Find the pictures that you want to include in your slide show. All of the pictures must be located in the same folder.

Open Desktop Background by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button and clicking Control Panel. In the search box, type desktop background, and then click Change desktop background.

2.

If the pictures that you want to use aren't in the list of desktop background pictures, click the Picture location list to view other categories, or click Browse to search your computer for the folder where the pictures are located.

Picture of the Picture location menuLook for pictures in other locations on your computer.

3.

Select the check box for each picture that you want to include in your slide show.

By default, all of the pictures in a folder are selected and will be part of the slide show. If you don't want all of the pictures in the folder to be included, do one of the following:
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Clear the check box for each picture that you want to remove from the slide show.

Picture of one check box cleared in a group of selected photosClear the check box to remove a picture from the slide show.
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Press the Ctrl key, and then click each picture that you want to remove. Only the selected pictures will appear in the slide show.

To create a slide show of pictures on the desktop, you must select more than one picture. If only one picture is selected, the slide show ends and the selected picture becomes the desktop background.

If all of the pictures in the folder are selected, any new pictures that you add to the folder will be added to the slide show automatically.

4.

Do one or more of the following:
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Click an item in the Picture position list to crop the pictures to fill the screen, fit the pictures to the screen, stretch the pictures to fit the screen, tile the pictures, or center the pictures on the screen.
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Click an item in the Change picture every list to choose how quickly the slide show changes pictures.
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Select the Shuffle check box to have the pictures appear in a random order.

5.

Click Save changes.

To use pictures that Windows provides as part of a theme

1.

Open Personalization by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, and then clicking Control Panel. In the search box, type personalization, and then click Personalization.

2.

Under Aero Themes, click a theme to apply it to the desktop. With the exception of the Windows 7 theme, all of the Aero themes include a desktop background slide show.

3.

To change the theme's default slide show pictures or settings, click Desktop Background.

4.

Select the check box for each picture that you want to include in your slide show.

By default, all of the pictures associated with a theme are selected and will be part of the slide show. To add pictures from other themes to your slide show, do one of the following:
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Point to each picture that you want to add to the slide show, and then select its check box.

Picture of one check box cleared in a group of selected photosPoint to a picture, and then select its check box to add it to the slide show.
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Press and hold the Ctrl key, and then click each of the pictures that you want to add. Only the selected pictures will appear in the slide show.

To create a slide show of pictures on the desktop, you must select more than one picture. If only one picture is selected, the slide show ends and the selected picture becomes the desktop background.

5.

To change the slide show's settings, do one or more of the following:
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Click an item in the Picture position list to crop the pictures to fill the screen, fit the pictures to the screen, stretch the pictures to fit the screen, tile the pictures, or center the pictures on the screen.
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Click an item in the Change picture every list to choose how quickly the slide show changes pictures.
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Select the Shuffle check box to have the pictures appear in a random order.

6.

Click Save changes.

Your slide show will be part of the unsaved theme that appears under My Themes.

For information about customizing and saving themes, see Create a theme.

You can find more themes to add to your collection in the Personalization Gallery on the Windows website.

For information about customizing a desktop background slide show, see Make changes to your desktop background slide show.

Aug 04, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Ano ang power point


PowerPoint is a presentation program developed by Microsoft. It is included in the standard Office suite along with Microsoft Word and Excel. The software allows users to create anything from basic slide shows to complex presentations.

PowerPoint is often used to create business presentations, but can also be used for educational or informal purposes. The presentations are comprised of slides, which may contain text, images, and other media, such as audio clips and movies. Sound effects and animated transitions can also be included to add extra appeal to the presentation. However, overusing sound effects and transitions will probably do more to annoy your audience than draw their attention. (Yes, we have all heard the car screeching noise enough times for one lifetime.)

Most PowerPoint presentations are created from a template, which includes a background color or image, a standard font, and a choice of several slide layouts. Changes to the template can be saved to a "master slide," which stores the main slide theme used in the presentation. When changes are made to the master slide, such as choosing a new background image, the changes are propagated to all the other slides. This keeps a uniform look among all the slides in the presentation.

When presenting a PowerPoint presentation, the presenter may choose to have the slides change at preset intervals or may decide to control the flow manually. This can be done using the mouse, keyboard, or a remote control. The flow of the presentation can be further customized by having slides load completely or one bullet at a time. For example, if the presenter has several bullet points on a page, he might have individual points appear when he clicks the mouse. This allows more interactivity with the audience and brings greater focus to each point.

PowerPoint presentations can be created and viewed using Microsoft PowerPoint. They can also be imported and exported with Apple Keynote, Apple's presentation program for the Macintosh platform. Since most people prefer not to watch presentations on a laptop, PowerPoint presentations are often displayed using a projector. Therefore, if you are preparing a PowerPoint presentation for a room full of people, just make sure you have the correct video adapter.

Jul 12, 2011 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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I want to use the power point with animation for presentations.


If you are using MS Office 2007, then I assume you are already familiar with the ribbons and tabs included. To use animations for your presentations, you can apply for one or all slides. Also you apply animation to certain objects on a specific slide.

On the top, you will find the "Animations" tab. You will find pre-set transitions for the slide.

You can apply to a particular slide, or to all slides by click on "Apply to all" button found next to the transitions on the right-side. You can also select the speed and sound of the transition. On the left-side of the pre-set transitions, you will see the "Animations" settings group.

If you click, for example a text box, The "Animate" feature will be enabled and you can select the animation you want, i.e. fade, wipe, fly in, etc.

I have added a snapshot of the drawing tool at the end of this post.

Rank, if you found this solution helpful. If you need more information.

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Kindly give the product key of microsoft office standard 2007, full version


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How to play the text animation with out clicking


AVI video file of animation
To create this animtion, follow these steps:
  1. Insert a text box from the Drawing toolbar (in PowerPoint 2007, go to Insert tab> Text Box), and type your text. Center justify itthe text by clicking Center on the Formatting toolbar. (In PowerPoint 2007, right-click the text box and choose Center from the mini toolbar.)
  2. Click the text box's outline and copy it to the Clipboard. Paste it two times onto the slide.
  3. Drag the three text boxes apart from each other. Eventually, you'll place them on top of each other, but it's much easier to select them when they're separated. Notice that I have a plain white slide and one word.
  4. Change the properties of the text to create variations. I used 96, 72, and 48 point text, with light gray, dark gray, and black colors. Of course, if you want a different effect, you can do something different.
pptip_text_anim-2.jpg
  1. Choose Slide Show > Custom Animation (in PowerPoint 2007, Animations tab> Custom Animation) to display the Custom Animation task pane.
  2. Select the first text box and choose Add Effect> Entrance> Fade. (If you don't see the Fade animation, click More Effects to find it.) Set the Speed to fast. Leave the Start as On Click (the default).
  3. Select the second text box and choose Add Effect> Entrance> Fade. Again set the Speed to fast, but this time set the Start to After Previous.
  4. As soon as the second text box comes in, you want the first one to fade out. So select the first text box again, and choose Add Effect> Exit> Fade. (You may need to choose More Effects to find it.) Set the Speed to Very Fast and the Start to After Previous. (I discovered by trial and error that I wanted the Speed set to Very Fast; otherwise, you wait too long for the third text box to come in.)
  5. Next, you want the third text box to fade in so select it and choose Add Effect> Entrance> Fade. Set the Start to After Previous and the Speed to Very Fast.
  6. Finally, you want the second text box to fade out, leaving just the third text box. Select it, and choose Add Effect> Exit> Fade. Set the Start to After Previous and the Speed to Fast.
Note: You can always change the order of your animations by selecting an item in the Custom Animation task pane and dragging it to a new location or using the Re-order buttons at the bottom.
  1. Save your work and test the animation to see what it looks like. Either go into slide show view or click the Play button in the task pane.
  2. To center the three text boxes on top of each other, select all three text boxes. From the Draw toolbar, choose Draw> Align or Distribute> Relative to Slide. (In PowerPoint 2007, choose Format tab> Arrange group> Align drop-down list> Align to Slide.)
  3. Now choose Draw> Align or Distribute> Align Center. (In PowerPoint 2007, choose Format tab> Arrange group> Align drop-down list> Align Center.)
  4. Choose Draw> Align or Distribute> Align Middle. (In PowerPoint 2007, choose Format tab> Arrange group> Align drop-down list> Align Middle.)
Save and try out your animation!
Fade in variations of text, one on top of the other plus magnify
You can add another animation to your objects to increase the intensity of the animation. For example, try adding a Magnify entrance effect to all three text boxes. Set the speed the same as the Fade In animation and place the animation in the task pane right after the Fade In. Set the Start to With Previous. You can see how it looks.
AVI video of both animations
Typewriter text
You can make text appear letter by letter; to add to the effect, you can add a typewriter sound. You can see the animation here. Sorry, I couldn't include the sound.
AVI video of typewriter text.
Follow these steps:
  1. Add a text box from the Drawing toolbar (in PowerPoint 2007, go to Insert tab> Text Box), and type the text.
  2. Select the text box.
  3. On the Custom Animation task pane, choose Add Effect > Entrance > Appear.
  4. Click the animation item in the task pane. Click the down arrow and choose Effect Options.
  5. On the Effect tab, choose By Letter from the Animate Text drop-down list.
  6. Set the delay between letters. I chose 0.3 seconds.
  7. From the Sound drop-down list, choose Typewriter and click OK.
pptip_text_anim-4.jpg
Try the animation. I had the following problem -- there was no clicking sound for the last letter. That might not bother you, but it bothered me. I solved the problem by adding another letter at the end of the word and making it the same color as the background (so that it was invisible). This worked!
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Difficult to open word, excel, power point file with office 2007


What Antivirus program are you using? Maybe the problem is not Office after all. (For what you said is suspect you are using McAffee).

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Need the product key code


power point and word are part of microsoft office... you would need to purchase a product key at www.office.microsoft.com
(although there is a free power point viewer program there)

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Doubt


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I have to buy a new version of microsoft excel, word, power point && outlook etc.I want this softwares for my highier study. so kindly give tthe link for this software. I think you are able to solve my problem. please reply me.



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