adding sound or special effects to the way text and objects move on and off a slide during a slide show
explanatory text appearing above or below an object or chart
a reference to give credit to the source of any material used in a document, presentation, or report.
a series of picture files that can be inserted into a document.
a special part of memory that temporarily holds contents of a cut or copy function.
desktop publishing application
a computerized layout program that integrates graphics and text to produce a professional looking document.
tools found in a drawing or painting program, used to draw lines, rectangles, ovals, etc.
the display of pictures, shapes, and colors to convey information.
boxes surrounding an object indicating that it has been selected and that it is in an edit mode.
a figure or image used on a computer screen to represent available functions or activites.
a symbol, picture, or saying that creates an image of a company.
a slide that contains default setting that affect all the slides in a presentation.
combining text, graphics, video, animation, and sound in a computer application.
a story or presentation where each event occurs in sequence.
not in order by time or event.
items that can be selected, formatted, and manipulated,
series of dots that make up a computer screen.
an oral report to an audience that may include audio, text, graphics and the use of presentation software.
a graphic organizer for planning a multimedia presentation.
used to magify or reduce the size of the document on a screen.