Making Organelle Charts in Powerpoint

 

Slide 1: Cell Organelles Chart

1. Choose a slide layout that includes a chart.

2. Double click on the chart to open up the chart-editing tool.

3. In the data sheet, select Columns B,C,D and delete them.

4. Delete East, West, North and enter in your cell organelles (vacuoles, nucleus, cytoplasm, etc).

5. Rename lst quarter Organelles. Highlight Column A. Select Format Number, General.

6. Enter in your numbers for relative percentages of the cell organelles.

7. From the Menu Bar select Data - Series in Columns.

8. Click 1 time on the chart. From the menu bar select Chart-Chart Type. Select Pie Chart. Click OK.

9. From the Menu Bar select Chart-Chart Options. Enter a title. Delete legend. Show label and % on data labels.

10. Resize your title, chart labels or pie chart if necessary.

11. From the Menu Bar select File-Quit & Return to presentation.

12. Using the Text tool create text frames for your Hall Header information.

 

Slide 2: Animal Cell Illustration

1. Insert a new slide (apple-m). Select a blank slide or slide with title only.

2. Show your draw tools (view-toolbars-drawing).

3. Use the draw tools to create your cell and the organelles. (The basic shapes oval tool works for the cell.)

4. Use the freeform or scribble tool to create vacuoles, mitochondria, and the nucleus.

5. Select an object, and click on the draw icon, then choose shadow or 3d to add depth to objects.

6. Double click on a shape to change the fill color of an object.

7. Double click on a shape, click on fill color, select fill effects to change patterns, gradients or textures.

8. Use the text box tool to create labels. Use the formatting palette to change fonts to 14-16 pt.

9. Use the arrow tool to draw arrows from text boxes to cell organelles.

10. Select an object, and click on the draw icon, then choose arrange to move objects forward or backward.

11. Using the Text tool create text frames for your Hall Header information.

12. Once completed, select a text frame or object, select slide show-animations-custom to add animation effects.

13. Use Tools-Spelling & Grammar to spell check before printing.