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Chris Kopache is the Volunteer Coordinator for Valley Falls CSA. He needs to create a presentation for CSA members to explain the various ways they can volunter. He will give the presentation to small groups. He doesn’t want to overwhelm people, but he wants them to have enough information about each type of job so that they can choose one that best suits their abilities.
Chris Kopache is the Volunteer Coordinator for Valley Falls CSA. He needs to create a presentation for CSA members to explain the various ways they can volunter. He will give the presentation to small groups. He doesn’t want to overwhelm people, but he wants them to have enough information about each type of job so that they can choose one that best suits their abilities. He asks you to begin creating the presentation. 1. Start PowerPoint and create a new, blank presentation. On the title slide, type Information for Volunteers as the title, and then type your name as the subtitle. Save the presentation as Volunteer Info to the drive and folder where you are storing your files. 2. Edit the title by adding Valley Falls CSA before the word “Volunteers.”
3. Add a new Slide 2 with the Title and Content layout, type Jobs for Volunteers as the slide title, and then in the content placeholder type the following: • Field work • Work in store • Deliver shares • Office work • Must be familiar with Excel and Word • Only 3 positions available
4. Create a new Slide 3 with the Title and Content layout. Add Expectations as the slide title, and then type the following as a numbered list on the slide: 1. Submit job preferences with membership application 2. Volunteer minimum two hours per month 3. Submit shift changes one week in advance 4. Contact Chris Kopache
5. Create a new Slide 4 using the Two Content layout. Add Questions? as the slide title. 6. Use the Cut and Paste commands to move the last bulleted item on Slide 3 (“Contact Chris Kopache”) to the left content placeholder on Slide 4. 7. On Slide 4, remove the bullet symbol from the text you pasted, and then add the following as the next two items in the unnumbered list: Email: [email protected] Cell: 803-555-8723 8. Click after “Kopache” in the first item in the list, and then create a new line below it without creating a new item in the list and so that there is no extra space above the new line. On the new line, type Volunteer Coordinator. 9. Remove the hyperlink formatting from the email address.
10. Create a new Slide 5 using the Title and Content layout. Delete the title text placeholder. In the content placeholder, type Thank You! as a single item in an unnumbered list. Increase the size of the text “Thank You!” to 96 points, and then change the color of this text to Blue, Accent 1. 11. On Slide 3 (“Expectations”), change the numbered list to a SmartArt graphic. Use the Vertical Curved List layout, which is a List type of diagram. 12. Save your changes, and then close the presentation. 13. Open the file Revised Volunteer Info, located in the PowerPoint1 Review folder included with your Data Files, add your name as the subtitle on the title slide, and then save it as New CSA Volunteers to the drive and location where you are storing your files. 14. Change the theme to Wisp and keep the default variant. On Slide 2, change the size of the text in the bulleted list so that the size of the text of the first-level items is 28 points.
15. On Slide 1 (the title slide), insert the photo Farmland, located in the PowerPoint1 Review folder included with your Data Files. Resize the photo, maintaining the aspect ratio, so that it is the same width as the slide, and then reposition the photo so that the top of the photo aligns with the top of the slide. Crop the photo from the bottom, up to the base of the trees on the right, leaving approximately one-quarter inch between the bottom of the photo and the slide title. 16. Change the layout of Slide 4 (“Volunteer in the Fields”) to Title and Content, and then duplicate Slide 4. In the title of Slide 5 (the duplicate slide), replace “Fields” with Office. 17. On Slide 4, insert the photo Field Volunteer, located in the PowerPoint1 Review folder. Resize the photo so it is 4.9 inches high, maintaining the aspect ratio, and reposition it so it is approximately centered in the space below the slide title. 18. On Slide 5, insert the photo Office Volunteer. Crop the top portion of the photo so that there is approximately one-half inch of wall above the top of the paintings in the photo. Resize the cropped photo so it is 5.1 inches high, maintaining the aspect ratio, and then reposition the photo as you did for the photo on Slide 4.
19. Move Slide 5 (“Volunteer in the Office”) so it becomes Slide 7. 20. On Slide 9 (“Questions?”), crop the photo to the Oval shape. Increase the size of the text in the unnumbered list to 24 points, and then resize the text box to make it wide enough so that the line containing the email address fits on one line. 21. Compress all the photos in the slides to 96 ppi and delete cropped areas of pictures. 22. Display Slide 3 (“Description of Volunteer Jobs”) in the Slide pane and review the information on this slide. Chris wants to include this information as notes on Slides 4 through 7 instead of displaying it as a bulleted list. He has already added the notes to Slides 5 and 6. Display Slide 4 (“Volunteer in the Fields”) in the Slide pane, display the Notes pane, and then add Field workers pull weeds and participate in harvesting produce. in the Notes pane. Then display Slide 7 (“Volunteer in the Office”) in the Slide pane, and add Office workers use Excel to maintain volunteer schedules and use Word to publish the newsletter. as a note on this slide. 23. Delete Slide 3 (“Description of Volunteer Jobs”) and the last slide (the blank slide). 24. Correct the two spelling errors on Slide 2 and the error on Slide 7, and ignore all instances of Chris’s last name. If you made any additional spelling errors, correct them as well. Save the changes to the presentation. 25. Review the slide show in Slide Show, Presenter, and Reading views. 26. View the slides in grayscale, and then print the following: the title slide as a full page-sized slide in color or in grayscale depending on your printer; Slides 1–9 as a handout on a single piece of paper with the slides in order horizontally; Slides 3 and 6 as notes pages, and Slides 1–8 as an outline. Close the presentation when you are finished.