60 terms

PowerPoint 2010 Ch. 1

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.
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.
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.
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.
Or typeface, defines the appearance and shape of the letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and symbols.
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.
Information that exists on a physical medium such as paper.
Text has a slanted appearance.
A word or phrase that further describes the document.
Landscape orientation-
Where the slide width is greater than its height.
Specifies the arrangement of placeholders on a slide.
Layout gallery-
You can choose a slide layout.
A position within a structure, such as an outline, that indicates the magnitude of importance.
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.
A segment of text with the same format that begins when you press enter and ends when you press enter again.
Are boxes with dotted or hatch-marked borders that are displayed when you create a new slide.
Is 1/72 of an inch in height.
Also called a slide show can help you deliver a dynamic, professional-looking message to an audience.
Is information that exists on a physical medium such as paper.
Creating a higher-level paragraph.
Includes enlarging or reducing the size of a clip art graphic.
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.
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.
Indicates how the characters are formatted.
Title Slide-
The default layout.
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.