Determines the best width for a column or the best height for a row, based on its contents
indicates the end of a presentation
creating a lower-level paragraph
dialog box launcher
On the ribbon, a button at the bottom of some groups that opens a dialog box with features related to the group.
document information panel
contains areas where you can view and enter document properties
collection of formatting choices that include colors, fonts for headings and body text, and effects, including line and fill effects
drag and drop
to drag selected text from one place in a file to another
set of choices, often graphical, that is arranged in a grid or in a list
horizontal scroll bar
a tool in a word processor that allows the user to scroll left and right
insert artwork and multimedia effects into your slide show
A pop-up letter that identifies the access key for a command.
page orientation in which data prints across the wider portion of the page
used to position the content on a slide
The amount of space between lines of text
Microsoft Office PowerPoint
creates spectacular slideshow and multimedia presentations
multi-level bulleted list slide
A slide that consists of more than one level of bulleted text.
A view that displays three panes: Overview, Slide, and Notes.
notes page view
A format that is used in presentations that allows the user to create notes for their presentation.
An area in Normal view where you can add simple text notes about the current slide.
Default theme for the slide shows in Powerpoint when the program is started.
Displays all the text on your slides in outline form
Designated areas in PowerPoint layouts that can be used to easily insert text, graphics, or multimedia objects.
A short list of choices or instructions with information that is customized for a particular area of a program, appearing on a screen in a small window.
gives you help on whatever you need help on about PowerPoint.
creating a higher level paragraph
provides easy access to frequently used commands.
the basic unit of PowerPoint.
Indicates the current slide and the total number of slides in a presentation.
An area in Normal view that shows the currently selected slide as it will appear in the presentation.
The actual display of a presentation
Displays your slides as small pictures or thumbnails.
used to adjust the height and width
tells the slide you are on and total slide count
A window along the left side of the program window that contains options and commands
introduces the presentation to the audience
vertical scroll bar
a tool in a word processor that allows the user to scroll up or down