15.3: Assignment- Virus Prevention Presentation
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This assignment gives you practice using what you have learned about PowerPoint without step-by-step directions.
Create a PowerPoint presentation based on the the Virus Prevention document you created in the module on “Networks and Security.” (You’ll recall the assignment said to “compile a list of strategies for avoiding virus infections and incorporate this list into a document to be sent to all employees”). The strategies should include things that employees can (and should) do to avoid viruses. For example, use caution when opening email attachments, awareness of phishing attempts, etc. Do not include the comparison of antivirus and firewall programs that you created for the Virus Prevention Assignment in the “Networks and Security” module.
For this assignment, you will create a PowerPoint that meets the following criteria:
- Include at least 6 slides.
- Insert your name as a footer on each slide.
- Use the “Facet” theme for all slides.
- Make sure that at least one of the slides includes at least two list levels.
- Include a speaker note on at least one slide.
- Apply the “Checkerboard” transition “From Top” with a duration of 5 seconds and advance the slides on a mouse click only. Apply these transition effects to all slides.
- For the last slide include a title (apply the “Bounce” animation to the title) and a clip art image (apply the Swivel” animation to the clip art). Do not apply any animation effects to the other slides in the presentation.
- Spell and grammar check the presentation.
- Make sure the slides have a consistent look and feel. Follow the suggestions in the PACED document you read in the PowerPoint Trainings.
Try to complete the presentation using what you remember. If you can’t remember a procedure, refer to the trainings provided previously.
- Introduction to Computer Applications and Concepts PowerPoint assignment. Authored by: Jim Shannon. Provided by: Extended Learning Institute of Northern Virginia Community College. Located at: http://www.nvcc.edu/eli/index.html. License: CC BY: Attribution