Researching and Presenting Data/Creating/Customising
|Researching and Presenting Data|
|Creating a presentation||Introduction | PowerPoint basics | Slides and text | Working with images | Customising your presentation | Key points | Assessment|
Insert a Slide in an Existing Presentation
Once you have created a presentation you may decide to include a slide but you do not want this slide to be at the end of the presentation. Use the following steps to insert a new slide:
- Using the slide pane on the left hand side of your PowerPoint window click once on the slide you would like to insert a slide after.
For example if you wanted to insert a slide between slides 2 and 3 you would need to click once on slide 2.
- Once you have clicked on the slide insert a new slide as you normally would, using the Insert New Slide button and choose the slide layout you would like.
- A new blank slide with the layout you specified will now be inserted.
Inserting a table
Tables are a useful way of presenting information clearly.
You can create a hyperlink within your presentation. This means that when you are presenting your presentation you click on the link to jump directly to another locations such as a web page.