Grader – Instructions PPT 2016 Project
GO16_PP_CH01_GRADER_1G_HW – Northern Lights 1.2
Project Description: In the following project, you will edit an existing presentation that describes the Northern Lights.
Steps to Perform: Step Instructions Points Possible 1 Start PowerPoint. Download and open the file named go_p01_grader_h3.pptx. 0 2 Replace all occurrences of the text North with Northern and then change layout of Slide 1 to Title Slide. 3 3 Apply the Ion Boardroom theme with the default purple variant to the presentation. 2 4 Change the Slide Size to Widescreen (16:9). 2 5 Display Slide 2, open the Reuse Slides pane, and then from your downloaded grader files browse for and display the presentation p01G_Slides.pptx. If necessary, clear the Keep source formatting check box, and then insert the last two slides. Note, Mac users, after importing the slides, delete Slides 3-5. There should be four slides total in the presentation. 2 6 Display Slide 2. In either the slide pane or in the slide outline, click at the end of the first bullet point after the word time. Press SPACEBAR. Add the words for viewing and then in the same slide, increase the list level of the second and third bullet points. 2 7 With Slide 2 still displayed, select the title and change the Font Size to 32. In the Notes pane, type the following notes: The lights reach their peak in September and March. Be sure to type the period at the end of the sentence. 2 8 Display Slide 3. Select the paragraph of text, and then change the Font Color to Purple, Accent 6, Lighter 60%-in the last column, the third color. Change the Font Size to 16, and then apply Bold. 2 9 In the same paragraph, change the Line Spacing to 1.5, and then center the paragraph and the slide title. 2 10 With Slide 3 still displayed, format the picture with the Soft Edge Rectangle picture style and the Marker artistic effect. 2 11 Display Slide 4. In the content placeholder on the right, from your downloaded grader files, insert the picture p01G_Lights.jpg. Apply the Reflected Rounded Rectangle picture style. 2 12 Move Slide 3 between Slides 1 and 2. 2 13 Display Slide 4. Insert a New Slide with the Section Header layout. In the title placeholder type Visit Fairbanks and View the Northern Lights! In the text placeholder type With Kodiak West Travel. 2 14 Apply the Uncover transition and change the Effect Options to From Top. Change the Timing by increasing the Duration to 01.25. Apply the transition effect to all of the slides. 2 15 Insert a Header & Footer on the Notes and Handouts. Include the Date and time updated automatically, the Page number, a Footer with the text Northern Lights Presentation and then apply to all the slides. 2 16 Display the Document Properties. Type northern lights, Fairbanks as the Tags. 1 17 Save and close the document. Exit PowerPoint. Submit the file as directed. 0
Created On: 07/30/2018 1 GO16_PP_CH01_GRADER_1G_HW – Northern Lights 1.2
The North Lights
Nature’s Most Spectacular Light show
North Lights Ideal Viewing Conditions
Late fall and early spring
Between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m.
Ideal location due to distance from equator
Clear skies with little moonlight are ideal
Kodiak West Travel
Lights, Camera, Action
Be prepared at all times with your camera. You will want to be ready if nature decides to fly right by you.
Brooks Mountain Range
A treeless range peppered with rivers and streams and home to a variety of birds and land and marine mammals.
The Aurora Borealis
Ribbons of blue, green, pink, and purple luminescence that are caused by the collisions of electrically charged particles in the atmosphere.
Viewing the Lights from Fairbanks
Chena Lakes Recreation Area