Start PowerPoint. Download and open the file named Exp22_PPT_Ch02_Cumulative_Oceans.pptx. Grader has automatically added your last name to the beginning of the filename.
Change the theme fonts to Gill Sans MT.
Mac users: From the Format menu, select Replace Fonts.
On Slide 1, change the font color of the title text to Aqua, Accent 2 and the font size to 60. Select the subtitle text box border and set the Horizontal position to 0.8″ and the Vertical position to 5.9″. Change the font size to 32 and apply Italic.
Change the font color of the title text to Aqua, Accent 2 on Slides 3 and 6.
On Slide 3, shorten the text to read Even whales are not Safe in the subtitle placeholder. Increase the font size to 28.
On Slide 7, shorten the text in the title placeholder to read Be Informed and increase the font size to 54. Shorten the subtitle placeholder text to read Learn about issues and actions YOU can take! and increase the font size to 28. Change the font color of the text YOU to Orange in the Standard colors section and apply Bold.
On Slide 4, insert a Rectangle shape to the right of the fish icons. Set the Shape Height to 4″ and the Shape Width to 3.4″. Set the Horizontal position to 9.4″ and the Vertical position to 2″.
Apply the shape style Intense Effect – Black, Dark 1 to the rectangle. Type 9 out of 10 large predatory fish such as tuna, marlin, and swordfish are nearly GONE in the text box. Increase the font size to 28. Select the number 9 in the text box, increase the font size to 60, and change the font color to Orange in the Standard Colors section. Using the Format Painter, apply this format to the number 10 and GONE in the text box.
Select the fish icon in the top row next to the inserted rectangle and change the graphic fill to White, Background 1.
On Slide 5, select the title placeholder with the quote, and apply the shape fill Gradient Linear Down in the Dark section. Open the Shape Format pane and change the Transparency to 70%.
On Slide 8, select the illustration of the two fish and convert to shapes. Change the fill color for the green portions of the illustrations to Dark Purple, Accent 3. Change the graphic fill to Orange from the Standard Colors section for the dark gray portion of the fish on the right (head and fin). Delete the large light gray circle so that only the two fish and a few bubbles remain. Select each of the bubbles in the illustration between the two fish and change the fill color to Indigo, Accent 1.
Insert a text box to the right of the illustration. Type Join the Science Club in the text box. Increase the height of the text box to 1.1″. Increase the font size of the text to 54. Set the Horizontal position to 5.2″ and the Vertical position to 5.1″.
On Slide 2, apply the Stretch animation in the Entrance category to the title placeholder with the text The Big “3”. Set the animation to start After Previous with a Duration of 0.75 and a Delay of 1.25.
Apply the Float In animation to the bullet list under the heading Climate Change. Set the animation to start After Previous with a Delay of 0.75. Change the effect options to Float Down. Use the Animation Painter to apply the same animation to the bullet lists under the heading Overfishing and Pollution in that order.
Mac users: To set the delay, open the Animation pane, select the animation, and select Timing.
Open the Animation Pane and move the title placeholder (The Big “3”) animation down so that it becomes the last animation in the Animation Pane. Change the Delay to 1.50.
On Slide 4, apply the Float In animation to the text box with the text 9 out of 10 predatory fish such as tuna, marlin, and swordfish are nearly GONE. Set the animation to start After Previous with a Duration of 1.00 and Delay of 0.50.
Select one of the orange filled fish icons, press CTRL, and select the remaining orange filled fish icons. Apply the Disappear animation to the selected icons. Set the animation to start After Previous, the Duration to 0.75 and Delay to 0.50. Mac users do not need to change the Duration.
Apply the Ripple transition to all slides.
On Slide 6, insert the video Oceans.mp4 using the Insert Video icon in the content placeholder.
Change the video shape to Flowchart: Document in the Flowchart category. Set a poster frame at 00:00.75 seconds.
Change the Video Height to 6.2″. Set the Horizontal position to 0.8“ and the Vertical position to 0.2“. Change the video color to Aqua, Accent color 2 Dark. Set the video to play Automatically.
View the presentation. Save and close Exp22_PPT_Ch02_Cumulative_Oceans.pptx. Exit PowerPoint. Submit the file as directed.
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