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PowerPoint 2010 Ch. 1

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Animation-
Includes special visual and sound effects applied to text or content.
Automatically updated properties-
Include file system properties, such as the date you create or change a file, and statistics, such as the file size.
Black slide-
Appears only when the slide show is running and concludes the slide show.
Bulleted list-
A list of paragraphs, each of which is preceded by a bullet.
Clip-
A single media file that can include art, sound, animation, or movies.
Clip Art task pane-
Allows you to search for clips by using descriptive keywords, file names, media file formats, and clip collections.
Clip collection-
Combine topic-related clips into categories, such as Academic, Business, and Technology.
Color-
Defines the hue of the characters.
Custom layout-
Specifies the number, size, and location of placeholders, background content, and optional slide and placeholder-level properties.
Demoting-
Creating a lower-level paragraph.
Document Information Panel-
Contains areas where you can view and enter document properties.
Document properties-
Are the details about a file.
Document theme-
Provides consistency in design and color throughout the entire presentation by setting the color scheme, font set, and layout of a presentation.
Drag and drop-
Process of dragging and then dropping the thumbnail in a new location.
Font-
Or typeface, defines the appearance and shape of the letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and symbols.
Format-
Modify the appearance of text include changing its shape, size, color, and position on the slide.
Green computing-
Involves reducing the environmental waste generated when using a computer.
Hardcopy-
Information that exists on a physical medium such as paper.
Italicized-
Text has a slanted appearance.
Keyword-
A word or phrase that further describes the document.
Landscape orientation-
Where the slide width is greater than its height.
Layout-
Specifies the arrangement of placeholders on a slide.
Layout gallery-
You can choose a slide layout.
Level-
A position within a structure, such as an outline, that indicates the magnitude of importance.
Metadata-
Document properties can include information such as the project author, title, subject, and keywords.
Microsoft Clip Organizer-
A collection of drawings, photographs, sounds, videos, and other media files shared among Microsoft Office applications.
Multi-level bulleted list slide-
A slide that consists of more than one level of bulleted text.
My Collections-
When you create these media files, they are stored on your hard disk in.
Normal view-
The default view.
Notes Page view-
If you want to work with your notes in full page format.
Notes pane-
At the bottom of the window is an area where you can type notes and additional information.
Office Collections-
Contains all these media files included with Microsoft Office.
Office Theme-
PowerPoint initially uses the Office Theme until you select a different theme.
Outline tab-
The left side of the screen has a Tabs pane that consists of a Slides tab and an Outline tab.
Paragraph-
A segment of text with the same format that begins when you press enter and ends when you press enter again.
Placeholders-
Are boxes with dotted or hatch-marked borders that are displayed when you create a new slide.
Point-
Is 1/72 of an inch in height.
Presentation-
Also called a slide show can help you deliver a dynamic, professional-looking message to an audience.
Printout-
Is information that exists on a physical medium such as paper.
Promoting-
Creating a higher-level paragraph.
Resizing-
Includes enlarging or reducing the size of a clip art graphic.
Save-
You can store a document permanently on a variety of storage media, including a hard disk, USB flash drive, or CD.
Scroll arrows-
A scroll bar will appear on the right edge of the window.
Scroll boxes-
A scroll bar will appear on the right edge of the window.
Selection rectangle-
A selected graphic appears surrounded which has small squares and circles at each corner and middle location.
Shared Collections-
Typically reside on a shared network file server and are accessible to multiple users.
Size-
Specifies the height of the characters and is gauged by a measurement system that uses points.
Sizing handles-
Move handles.
Slide indicator-
Shows the number and title of the slide you are about to display.
Slide pane-
Shows a large view of the current slide on the right side of the window.
Slide show-
Help you deliver a dynamic, professional-looking message to an audience.
Slide Show view-
Shows the current slide on the full screen without any of the PowerPoint window objects.
Slide transition-
A special animation effect used to progress from one slide to the next in a slide show.
Slides tab-
The left side of the screen has Tabs pane that consists of a Slides tab.
Splitter bar-
Adjust the width of the Slide pane.
Standard properties-
Are associated with all Microsoft Office documents and include author, title, and subject.
Style-
Indicates how the characters are formatted.
Title Slide-
The default layout.
View-
Is the mode in which the presentation appears on the screen.
Web Collections-
Clips reside on the Microsoft Clip Art and Media Home page on the Microsoft Office Online Web site.