Course Code:02.06
Course Subject:Module 6 Presentation
Course Title:ECDL (5v0) Module 6 Presentation
Aims:The student shall demonstrate their competence in using presentation tools on a computer.
Introduction:On completion of the course, the student shall be able to accomplish tasks such as creating, formatting, modifying and preparing presentations using different slide layouts for display and printed distribution. He or she shall also be able to duplicate and move text, pictures, images and charts within the presentation and between presentations. The student shall demonstrate the ability to accomplish common operations with images, charts and drawn objects and to use various slide show effects.


The learner will be able to:

Assessment Criteria

The learner has achieved this objective because he/she can:

1. Use the Application (work with a presentation)

  1. Open, close a presentation application. Open, close presentations.

  2. Create a new presentation based on default template.

  3. Save a presentation to a location on a drive. Save a presentation under another name.

  4. Save a presentation as another file type: Rich Text Format, template, show, image file format, version number.

  5. Switch between open presentations.

2. Use the Application (Enhance Productivity)

  1. Set user preferences in the application: user name, default folder to open and save files.

  2. Use available Help functions.

  3. Use magnification/zoom tools.

  4. Display, hide built-in toolbars. Restore, minimize the ribbon.

3. Develop a Presentation using Views

  1. Understand the uses of different presentation view modes: normal view, slide sorter view, outline view, slide show view.

  2. Recognize good practice in adding slide titles: use a different title for each slide to distinguish it in outline view, when navigating in slide show view.

  3. Change between presentation view modes: normal view, slide sorter view, slide show view.

4. Develop Presentation Slides

  1. Choose a different built-in slide layout for a slide.

  2. Apply an available design template to a presentation.

  3. Change background colour on specific slide(s), all slides.

  4. Add a new slide with a specific slide layout like: title slide, chart and text, bulleted list, table/spreadsheet.

  5. Copy, move slides within the presentation, between open presentations.

  6. Delete slide(s).

5. Develop Presentation Master Slide

  1. Insert a graphical object (picture, image, drawn object) into a master slide. Remove a graphical object from a master slide.

  2. Enter text into footer of specific slides, all slides in a presentation.

  3. Apply automatic slide numbering, automatically updated date, nonupdating date into footer of specific slides, all slides in a presentation.

6. Manage Text - edit

  1. Recognize good practice in creating slide content: use short concise phrases, bullet points, numbered lists.

  2. Enter text into a placeholder in standard, outline view.

  3. Edit text in a presentation.

  4. Copy, move text within, between presentations.

  5. Delete text.

  6. Use the undo, redo command.

7. Format Text

  1. Change text formatting: font sizes, font types.

  2. Apply text formatting: bold, italic, underline, shadow.

  3. Apply different colours to text.

  4. Apply case changes to text.

  5. Align text: left, centre, right in a text frame.

8. Manage Lists

  1. Indent bulleted text. Remove indent from bulleted text.

  2. Adjust line spacing before and after bulleted, numbered lists.

  3. Switch between the different standard bullet, number styles in a list.

9. Manage Tables

  1. Enter, edit text in a table slide.

  2. Select rows, columns, entire table.

  3. Insert, delete rows and columns.

  4. Modify column width, row height.

10. Use Charts

  1. Input data to create built-in charts in a presentation: column, bar, line, pie.

  2. Select a chart.

  3. Change the chart type.

  4. Add, remove, edit a chart title.

  5. Add data labels to a chart: values/numbers, percentages.

  6. Change the background colour of a chart.

  7. Change the column, bar, line, pie slice colours in a chart.

11. Use Organisational Charts

  1. Create an organization chart with a labelled hierarchy by using a built-in organization chart feature.

  2. Change the hierarchical structure of an organization chart.

  3. Add, remove co-workers, subordinates in an organization chart.

12. Insert and Manipulate Graphical Objects

  1. Insert a graphical object (picture, image, drawn object) into a slide.

  2. Select a graphical object.

  3. Copy, move graphical objects, charts within the presentation, between open presentations.

  4. Resize, delete graphical objects, charts in a presentation.

  5. Rotate, flip a graphical object.

  6. Align a graphical object relative to a slide: left, centre, right, top, bottom.

13. Draw Graphical Objects

  1. Add different types of drawn object to a slide: line, arrow, block arrow, rectangle, square, oval, circle, text box.

  2. Enter text into a text box, block arrow, rectangle, square, oval, circle.

  3. Change drawn object background colour, line colour, line weight, line style.

  4. Change arrow start style, arrow finish style.

  5. Apply a shadow to a drawn object.

  6. Group, ungroup drawn objects in a slide.

  7. Bring a drawn object one level forward, one level backward, to the front, to the back of other drawn objects.

14. Prepare Outputs

  1. Add, remove transition effects between slides.

  2. Add, remove preset animation effects for different slide elements.

  3. Add presenter notes to slides.

  4. Select appropriate output format for slide presentation like: overhead, handout, on-screen show.

  5. Hide, show slides.

15. Prepare Outputs - Check and Deliver

  1. Spell check a presentation and make changes like: correcting spelling errors, deleting repeated words.

  2. Change slide setup, slide orientation to portrait, landscape. Change paper size.

  3. Print entire presentation, specific slides, handouts, notes pages, outline view of slides, number of copies of a presentation.

  4. Start a slide show from first slide, from current slide.

  5. Navigate to next slide, previous slide, specified slide during a slide show.