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In the Lab
In the Lab
Lab 2: Adding Slide Numbers, Applying Artistic Effects to Pictures,
and Recoloring a Video
Note: To complete this assignment, you will be required to use the Data Files for Students. See the
inside back cover of this topic for instructions on downloading the Data Files for Students, or contact
your instructor for information about accessing the required i les.
Problem: The Dutch tradition is continuing with Klompen dancers, who take their name from their
traditional wooden clog shoes. You attended an annual festival this past spring and captured some
video clips of teenagers dancing a traditional dance. In addition, you have some video of a hand-built
windmill. In your speech class, you desire to inform your classmates of a few aspects of Dutch life, so
you prepare the presentation shown in Figure 3– 83.
Instructions: Perform the following tasks.
1. Start PowerPoint. Open the presentation, Lab
3-2 Dancers, from the Data Files for Students.
On Slide 1, apply the Mosaic Bubbles
artistic effect to the tulips picture, as shown
in Figure 3– 83a. Insert the audio clip, Spring
Music, from Ofi ce.com. Start this clip
automatically, hide the sound icon during the
show, and change the volume to Medium.
2. On Slide 2, apply the Marker artistic effect
to the wooden shoe picture, as shown in
Figure 3– 83b. Change the Start option for
the video clip from On Click to Automatically.
Apply the Rotated, Gradient video style
(Moderate area) to the video clip, change the
video border color to Tan, Accent 6, and then
change the border width to 18 pt.
3. On Slide 2, type Many dancers wear
Dutch costumes. Dancers wear
thick socks to make the wooden
shoes comfortable during this
annual event. in the Notes pane.
Spring Music audio
(a) Slide 1
applied to clip
(b) Slide 2
Figure 3 –83