Microsoft PowerPoint 2016

PowerPoint is Microsoft’s powerful and easy-to-use presentation program. This version of PowerPoint incorporates some new features and connectivity options in an effort to make collaboration and production as easy as possible.

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Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Level 1 & 2 Bundle - PowerPoint 2016 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.
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1 Month Free

With so much communication to contend with, it can be difficult to grab people’s attention. But, we are often called upon to do just that. So, how do you grab and maintain an audience’s focus when you’re asked to present important information? By being clear, organized, and engaging. And, that is exactly what Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2016 can help you do.

Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Level 1 - PowerPoint is Microsoft’s powerful and easy-to-use presentation program. We will cover different features of the interface; show users how to create, save, and present a basic presentation; cover the basics of formatting; and discuss how to add multimedia to a presentation.

Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Level 2 - This course covers advanced topics that allow users to get the most of this software, whether they are beginners or experts. Students will cover how to modify the PowerPoint Environment, customizing design templates, adding SmartArt to a presentation, and customizing a slide show.

PC, Microsoft Office, Internet connection

How to redeem your voucher? (voucher to be provided by FD once the client has bought the course)

STEP 1: 
To redeem your voucher, follow the link below:
https://lms.online-learning.co.za/redeem

STEP 2:
Create yourself as a user by entering all the details, as well as your voucher code.

STEP 3:
Select ‘Take me to my course!’ button and you will be redirected to your courses.

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