PPT-Lesson 1 Vocabulary
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The view that opens when you click the File tab, containing commands for managing files, setting program options, and printing.
A button, list, or other clickable option on the Ribbon.
A box that prompts the user for additional information when executing a command.
dialog box launcher
In some command groups on the Ribbon, a small icon that opens a dialog box related to that group.
A small, downward-pointing arrow next to some tools on the Ribbon.
A list that appears once a drop-down arrow is clicked, allowing you to choose from available options.
The tab on the ribbon that opens the Backstage view.
A set of related tools on the Ribbon.
The mouse pointer when over a text box or editable text area, appearing as a curly capital I. If you click when the I-beam pointer is displayed, the insertion point moves to that spot.
A letter or number that appears next to an onscreen tool when the Alt key is pressed; keying that letter or number activates the associated tool.
A small toolbar that appears when the mouse pointer is placed on a selected text object; provides commands for working with the text.
PowerPoint's default view, suited for editing individual slides; includes the Slide pane, Notes pane, and Slides/Outline pane.
Notes Page view
A view that displays a single slide and its associated notes.
On a slide, a box that holds a specific type of content, such as text.
Quick Access Toolbar
Toolbar at the upper-left corner of the PowerPoint window that provides easy access to tools you use frequently, such as Save and Undo.
A view like Slide Show view that allows the user to preview a presentation on the screen except it's in a window rather than filling the entire screen.
A strip of icons that appears across the top of the PowerPoint window; divided into tabs, each of which contains groups of related tools.
A pop-up box that gives a command's name when you point at its button on the Ribbon.
A menu that appears when you right-click an area or object.
Slide Show view
A view that allows the user to preview a presentation on the screen as it will appear to the audience.
Slide Sorter view
A view that displays all of a presentation's slides in a single window; suited for reorganizing slides.
A labeled section of the ribbon; contains a group of related tools.
A container that holds text on a slide.
The ways in which presentation content can be displayed onscreen, such as Normal view, Slide Sorter view, or Slide Show view.
The amount of magnification used to show content onscreen; the higher the zoom, the larger the content.
A complete presentation graphics program used to produce a professional looking presentation.
At the top of the document and shows the name of the current document.
A horizontal bar, typically at the bottom of the screen or window, showing information about a document being edited or a program running.
Slide Task pane
Task panes are user interface panels that are typically docked to one side of a window in a Microsoft Office application. Custom task panes give you a way to create your own task pane and provide users with a familiar interface to access your solution's features. For example, the interface can contain controls that run code to modify documents or display data from a data source.
Note Task Pane
Located to the left or right of the PowerPoint slide as you work on it in normal view, the Task pane changes to show options that are available for the current task that you are working on. For example, when choosing a new slide, the Slide Layout task pane appears; when choosing a design template, the Slide Design task pane appears, and so on.
A task pane will also often appear in a dialog box, dividing the dialog box window into two or more panes.
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