Buttons inserted on a slide that are hyperlinked to other locations.
A small note or annotation on a slide.
A way to limit the slides in any slide show for a particular audience.
The file that an object is embedded in or linked to, such as a presentation file.
Feature that you can use to make sure you don't send personal or confidential information with your presentation.
Stored information about a document including author name, document title, subject, keywords, category, and status.
To place an object that was created in another application such as Microsoft Word or Excel in a slide. When you select the object, the original program will open for editing.
If you format an object with certain attributes, and want to format another object the same way.
Vertical and horizontal lines that appear on the Slide pane and help you place text and objects.
A set of crosshairs on the screen that help you align an object.
Means to bring a file or part of a file into the presentation.
A connection is retained between the source and destination files by using this.
An object where if you update the source file the data in the destination file will also be updated.
Package for CD
A feature that allows you to save a presentation to a CD to be viewed on a computer that does not have PowerPoint installed..
Offers a way for you to view your presentation with the speaker notes showing on one computer screen, while an audience views the presentation without viewing the speaker notes on another computer screen.
When an object is drawn to the guide or grid as though it were magnetic; used for exact placement of objects.
The file in which a linked or embedded object is stored in a presentation.