4: Creating Charts and Tables and Applying Transitions and Animations

Duration : 4 hours Course Level : Level 4 Delivery Method : Online
Course Cost : £29.99

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PowerPoint is used to create eye-catching slide shows, overhead transparencies, printed handouts and speaker notes. This course takes you through tasks associated with Creating Charts and Tables and Applying Transitions and Animations. It's compatible with 2010 operating systems.

Together with our other PowerPoint 2010 courses, this course also supports the background learning for the Microsoft Office Specialist Exam 77-883.

You’ll learn how to:

  • create simple tables, and use different built in layouts to help keep your charts consistent through your presentation
  • import table data, and data from Excel
  • add charts, graphs and pie charts to present numeric information in interesting ways
  • add charts to slides use


There are 6 modules in this course:

  • Constructing Tables
  • Modifying and Importing Tables
  • Creating Charts
  • Modifying Chart Objects
  • Transition and Animation Effects
  • Advanced Animations

Course features:

  • Simulation training replicates the software you're learning, providing a realistic learning experience.
  • Learn how to perform tasks at your own pace and interactively by following easy step-by-step actions.
  • Reinforce your knowledge at the end of each lesson by completing interactive and multiple choice quiz questions.
  • Lessons can be completed within 30 minutes so you can do your training in bitesize pieces.
  • Bookmarking allows you to dip in and out, so you can learn whenever suits you.
  • Course navigation features allow you to jump directly to specific topics of interest quickly and easily.
  • Designed for people who require initial and refresher training activities.

You’ll have access to this course for six months from the date of purchase – giving you plenty of time to finish your course.

How this course can help your business:

  • Make the most of your investment in IT
  • Influence and persuade business associates and stakeholders
  • Communicate effectively with customers and staff
  • Sell your products and services and pitch for new business
  • Enhance your reputation and create a positive impression of your business
  • Brief staff effectively and obtain their buy-in on new programmes and initiatives