Use to arrange objects to line up with the other objects on the slide or place an object relative to other objects on the slide.
Adds motion to an object.
A new presentation that does not have theme elements, text, or objects.
The Entrance, Exit, Emphasis, and Motion Path animation features such as pinwheel, diamond, and fly effects that you can use to animate objects.
The master view for the audience handouts; includes placeholders for the slides, a header, footer, and the date and slide number.
Text, cell, or an object that when clicked "jumps to" another location, such as another file location or a Web site.
I the slide master, the individual layouts that determine the location of content and text placeholders for the slides.
The Office 2010 feature that lets you point to the various choices in a gallery or palette and see the results before applying.
A way to animate an object by drawing the path on the slide. Allows you to make an object move along a specified path on the slide.
The master view for the notes pages. Includes placeholders for the slide, notes, header, footer, date, and slide number.
A boxed outline on a slide that can be used to insert text or an object when clicked.
Determines the graphics and layout for the slides in a presentation.
The animated way in which a slide appears and leaves the screen during a slide show.
A predesigned presentation that has graphics and some content, such as theme elements, text, and graphics used to create a new presentation.
A preset collection of design elements, including fonts, colors, and other effects.