Pre-made PPT | Design Templates | Tips and Tutorials | PhotoAlbum 2003


The websites listed in the first section below are filled with premade PowerPoints for teachers to download  and customize to their specific curriculum needs.

Once you find a PowerPoint you are interested in... click on it and "Save" it to your computer... then open it and edit/revise to suit your needs. Don't forget to save again!


Cyber Exchange Games for the Science Curriculum
Instructional PowerPoints from Lexington County Schools Jeopardy Games from Hardin County Kentucky
Nebo School District PowerPoint Shows to Download
Oswego City Schools PowerPoint collections Parade of Games in PowerPoint
Pete's PowerPoint Station PowerPoint Collection from Jefferson County Schools
PowerPoint Games PowerPoint Game Templates from Clear Lake HS in Texas
PowerPoint Lessons PowerPoint Palooza
PowerPoint Presentations PPT Presentations from Graves County Schools
PowerPoint Projects and Resources PowerPoint Resources
Resources for You Teacher Created PowerPoint Presentations
Teacher PowerPoints
Templates for Teachers from Vicki Blackwell's Internet Guide for Educators Texas Center for Academic Excellence - Distance Learning Initiative
Who Wants to Be a Winner World of Teaching

When you download a PowerPoint Design template from the web you can save it on your own computer as a "design template" by following these steps:
  1. With the PowerPoint open click "File" > "Save As"
  2. At the bottom of the box in "File Name" field give it a name
  3. Under that in the "Save as Type" field, click the down-pointing arrow and choose "Design Template" (*.pot)
  4. When you click that, the computer places it in the Microsoft Template folder on the hard drive of your computer so that when you are in PowerPoint and you choose a Design Template.. you will see the one you downloaded from the Internet.

Some of the Design Templates may be zipped files. You will need to "unzip" these files before you can use them... Click here to find out how to do that.

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Free PowerPoint Design Templates freePowerPoint.org
Free PowerPoint Resources for College Subjects Free PowerPoint Templates
Free PowerPoint Templates Presenters' Resource Free PowerPoint Templates
Sonia Coleman PowerPoint Design Templates Website Estates Free PowerPoint Backgrounds

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How to Add Music to PowerPoint How to Insert Flash Files in PPT
Insert and Play Movies in PPT Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Starter's Guide
Microsoft Office Training: PowerPoint Narrating PowerPoint Slide Shows
Online Technology Practice Modules PowerPoint Playing an Audio CD Track during PPT
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PowerPoint 2000 Tutorial PowerPoint 2002
PowerPoint Beyond the Basics
PowerPoint in the Classroom PowerPoint FAQ list
PowerPoint FAQ PowerPoint 2003 Help and How -to
PowerPoint Magic and Games
PowerPoint Pizazz PowerPoint Resources
PowerPoint Step-by-Step PowerPoint Tips
PowerPoint Tutorials PowerPoint Tips and Tricks
PowerPoint Viewer PowerPoint WOW
PowerPoint XP PowerPoint Tutorial FunctionX
Put Your Best Font Forward in PowerPoint Recording Your PowerPoint Presentation to VHS
Sonia Coleman's PowerPoint Tutorials Tech4Learning - Snacks - PowerPoint
Tips and Tricks for PPT Top Ten Slide Tips
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Using Microsoft PowerPoint Viewlets for PowerPoint 2000

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Create a Photo Album Presentation in
PowerPoint 2002 (XP) or 2003.

  1. Click "Insert" > "Picture" > "New Photo Album".

  2. In the Photo Album dialog box, you can choose to add pictures from your hard drive, CD, scanner or digital camera.

  3. To add a picture from a file or a disk ...
    - Under "Insert picture from, click "File/Disk"
    - Locate the folder or disk that has your pictures that you want to add to your photo album and click the picture file and then click "Insert".

  4. Repeat Step 3 for as many pictures as you want to add to your photo album. -- OR-- To choose all the pictures at one time, CTRL+A will choose all them. --OR-- To choose pictures at random , hold down the CTRL key and click on the pictures that you want. 

  5. Click "Insert"

  6. Now you can choose the way you want the album to look by clicking "Album Layout"... you can put one picture, two pictures, etc. on one slide.

  7. Now click "Create"

  8. To make your PowerPoint "look good", you can format the background of the PowerPoint slide or apply a Design Template.

  9. If you want to change or update your photo album after you have created it, just click "Format" on the top Menu bar and then "Photo Album".

 
   
   
   
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This page was last updated on Tuesday, December 08, 2009.