The way text lines up with respect to margins.
An effect that, when applied, causes text and graphics to move and display on-screen in specific ways.
A graphic that appears behinf the information in a worksheet; solid colors, patterns, or pictures that fill the entire slide and appear behind the slide's content.
the eight colors used in a slide's design.
The color applied to the interior of a shape.
The overall design of a full set of characters.
an effect that can be applied to a font, such as bold, italics, and underline.
text that appears at the bottom of every page or presentation.
A tool that allows you to copy formatting from one object and paste it into another object.
any chanfe made to the appearance of the text or content on a slide.
the gradual shading of a graphic from one side or corner to the other.
text that appears at the top of every page or presentation.
The orientation of a page, worksheet, or slidee that is wider than it is tall.
The color applied to a line or to the border of a shape.
The orientation of a page, worksheet, or presentation that is taller than it is wide.
To turn an object, usually 90 degrees to the left or right.
the arrangement of text and graphics on a slide.
A slide that serves as a model for every slide in a presentation exept the title slide.
An effect that occurs between slides during a slideshow.
the overall design of a full set of characters. Also known as font.
The act of looking foward.
special importance or significance.