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St. Louis Fitness Consultants St. Louis Fitness Consultants provides consulting and training services to gyms, municipal fitness centers, and large companies. Bianca Kocherhans, a personal trainer and sales consultant who works at St. Louis Fitness, realized that many people want the convenience of having a home gym.
St. Louis Fitness Consultants St. Louis Fitness Consultants provides consulting and training services to gyms, municipal fitness centers, and large companies. Bianca Kocherhans, a personal trainer and sales consultant who works at St. Louis Fitness, realized that many people want the convenience of having a home gym. She approached the company’s owners and was given approval to offer consulting to retail stores that sell fitness equipment and to large companies with employees interested in setting up their own home gym. She prepared a PowerPoint presentation with some information on setting up a home gym and doing a few basic weight-lifting exercises. Complete the following steps:
1. Open the presentation named Gym, located in the PowerPoint2 Case3 folder included with your Data Files, add your name as the subtitle, and then save it as Home Gym to the drive and folder where you are storing your files. 2. Apply the theme from the presentation Gym Theme, located in the PowerPoint2 Case3 folder. 3. On Slide 10 (“Bench Press Technique”), change the layout to Comparison Three, insert the picture Bench End in the content placeholder, and then type Ending position in the text placeholder below this photo. Compress this photo to 96 ppi. 4. Apply the Drop Shadow Rectangle picture style to the three photos on Slide 10.
5. On Slide 3 (“Why a Power Cage?”), add the Line Callout 1 shape to the left of the bottom part of the picture. Type Safety bar to catch barbell in the shape. Apply the Moderate Effect – Black, Dark 1 shape style, and then change the outline weight to 3 points. Resize the box part of the callout containing the text so that all the text fits on two lines with “Safety bar to” on the first line. 6. Flip the callout shape horizontally, and then drag the end of the callout line to point to the part of the horizontal safety bar in the photo indicated by the red circle shape. Delete the red circle shape. 7. On Slide 4 (“Typical Costs”), insert a 3×6 table. Keep the default style Medium Style 2 – Accent 1 applied to the table. Enter the data shown in Figure 2-47.
8. Add a new bottom row to the table. Type TOTAL in the first cell in the new row, and then type $1,490 in the last cell in the new row. 9. Increase the size of all the text in the table to 24 points. Resize the first column so it is just wide enough to fit the widest entry, and then resize the second and third columns so they are 2.5 inches wide. 10. Horizontally center the text in the first row. Horizontally right-align the dollar values in the second and third columns, and then right-align “TOTAL” in its cell in the last row. 11. Add a Gray-50%, Accent 6, Darker 50%, 3-point horizontal border between the last row and the row above it, and then add a 1-point border using the same color to the top and bottom of the table.
12. On Slide 7 (“Executing the Arm Curl”), insert the video Curl, on Slide 9 (“Executing the Military Press”), insert the video Military, and on Slide 11 (“Executing the Bench Press”), insert the video Bench. All three videos are located in the PowerPoint2 Case3 folder. (None of the videos in this presentation have sound.) For all three videos, keep the first frame as the poster frame. 13. Trim each video as necessary so that only two repetitions of the exercise are shown. 14. Copy the callout you added on Slide 3 (“Why a Power Cage?”) to Slide 11 (“Executing the Bench Press”). Reposition the callout to point to the same location on the safety bar that you pointed to on Slide 3. 15. Animate the bulleted list on Slide 3 (“Why a Power Cage?”) with the Appear entrance animation, and then animate the callout on Slide 3 with the same animation. 16. Change the start timing of the animation applied to the callout so that it appears at the same time as the “Safe” bulleted item. 17. Compress the media in the presentation. 18. Add St. Louis Fitness Consultants as the footer on all of the slides, including the title slide, and display the slide number on all of the slides. Add your name as a header on the notes and handouts. 19. Apply the Gallery transition to all of the slides except the first one using the default effect options From Right. 20. Save your changes, and then view the slide show.