uCertify offers courses on Microsoft MOS certifications. So, start your prep for this certification with Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2016. The course covers the objectives of the 77-729 exam and provides you the knowledge of latest advancements added in the PowerPoint 2016. PowerPoint is a basic but an important skill. The areas covered by the course are:

  • Mastery Builders
  • Customizing a Slide Show
  • Customizing Design Templates
  • Collaborating on a Presentation
  • Working With Media and Animations
  • Modifying Object in your Presentation
  • Developing a PowerPoint Presentation
  • Securing and Distributing a Presentation
  • Performing Advanced Text Editing Operations
  • Adding Tables and Charts to your presentation
  • Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2016 Exam 77-722
  • Adding Graphical Elements to your Presentation
  • Adding SmartArt and Math Equations to a presentation

The LO-77-729 course offers the following learning resources:

  • 21+ Lessons
  • 106+ Quizzes
  • 109+ Flashcards
  • 2+ Full-length Tests
  • 33+ Pre-assessments
  • 33+ Post assessments

 

About The Exam

Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) 2016 certification exams introduce a new performance-based format for improved testing of a candidate’s knowledge, skills, and abilities using the MOS 2016 programs. Successful candidates will have a fundamental understanding of the PowerPoint environment and demonstrate the correct application of PowerPoint 2016. Candidates create, edit, and enhance presentations and Slideshows. The exam measures your skills in the following tasks:

  • Managing Multiple Presentations
  • Creating and Managing presentations
  • Applying Transitions and Animations
  • Inserting Tables, Charts, Media, and SmartArt
  • Inserting and Formatting Texts, Images, and Shapes

The certification exam offers the following career opportunities:

  • Editor
  • Data Analyst
  • Office Professional

What are you waiting for? Get yourself enrolled in the latest uCertify course for passing the certification exam on your first attempt.

 

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