The PowerPoint view in which the window is divided into three panes-the Slide pane, the left pane containing the Slides and Outline tabs, and the Notes pane.
Levels of text on a slide identified by the indentation, size of text, and bullet assigned to that level.
A box with dotted borders that is part of most slide layouts and that holds text or objects such as charts, tables, and pictures.
A slide that displays at the end of the slide show to indicate that the presentation is over.
An area of the Normal View window used to type notes that can be printed below a picture of each slide.
A printout that contains the slide image in the top half of the page and speaker notes typed in the Notes pane in the lower half of the page.
A set of unified design elements that provides a look for your presentation, using colors, fonts, and graphics.
A slide background fill variation that combines theme colors in different intensities or patterns.
A command that removes selected text or graphics from a presentation and then moves the selection to the Clipboard.
A command used to insert slides from another presentation into an existing presentation so that content does not need to be recreated.
Formatting options applied to pictures that include shadows, reflections, glows, soft edges, bevels, and 3-D rotations.
Lines that display in the rulers to give you a visual indication of where the pointer is positioned.
A designer-quality visual representation of information that you can use to communicate your message or ideas effectively by choosing from among many different layouts.