Text or pictures that have motion
This view has four panes: the slides pane, the task pane, the outline pane, and the notes pane.
notes page view
displays your slides on the top portion of the page.
Displays all the text on your slides in outline form
Are usally used viewed using a projector on a screen
The workbench for PowerPoint presentations.
slide show view
runs your slides as they would appear during a presentation
slide sorter view
A view that displays all slides simultaneously in miniature form
Displays your slides as small pictures or thumbnails.
on the right side of the screen contains common tasks that you use frequently when creating a presentation
wizard that gives prompts for the type of slide show being created
lets you create a presentaions from scratch
Predesigned graphic styles that you can apply to your slides.
Allows you to control how the text enters the screen and add sounds.
lets you add items that you want to appear on all your handouts
a link in a document to a Web page or to another document
Predefined paths for the movement of an object.
Include any text or formatting that you want to appear on all your speaker notes
allows you to adjust the color, contrast, and brightness of your picture.
reserves a space in the presentation for the type of information you want to insert
show advanced timeline
Displays the time of the animation as a horizontal line graph.
Controls the formatting for all the slides in the presentation
determine how one slide is removed from the screen and how the next one appears
a graphic way of presenting data in the text
A table that appears within a chart
Allows you to work with several objects as though they were one object.
small black squares surrounding the edges of a graphic, allowing the graphic to be moved
Are useful for showing the hierarchical structure and relationships within an organization.
holding down the Shift key while clicking the mouse