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The way text and objects move on and off a slide during a slide show

automatically updated properties

Associated with all Microsoft documents and includes creation date, and file size

black slide

What slide to end a presentation with

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

clip collection

A folder used to store clip files in the Microsoft Clip Organizer


Defines the hues of the characters

custom layout

Specifies the number, size, and location of placeholders, background content, and optional slide and placeholder-level properties


Specifies the number, size, and location of placeholders, background content, and optional slide and placeholder-level properties

Document Information Panel

Contains areas where you can view and enter document properties

documetn properties

Includes such information as the project author, title, or subject

document theme

Sets color scheme, font, font size and layout of presentation

drag and drop

The process of selecting a slide, moving it, and releasing the mouse button




Appearance of typed characters

green computing

Involves reducing the electricity consumed and environmental waste generated when using a computer


Information that exists on a physical medium such as paper


Text that has a slanted appearance


Words or phrases that further describe the document

landscape orientation

Default slide layout where the slide width is greater than its height


The arrangement of the document

Layout gallery

Where you can choose a slide layout


Position within a structure that indicates magnitude of importance


Document properties

Microsoft Clip Organizer

A collection of drawing, photos, sounds, and other media files shared among Office applications

multi-level bulleted list slide

A slide that consists of more than one level of bulleted text

My Collections

Where you store media files you create

Normal view

Default view allows you to work in three working areas simultaneously

Notes Page view

A PowerPoint presentation view option that shows each slide with a pane below it for speaker notes

Note pane

An area where you can type notes and additional information

Office Collections

Contains all media files included with Micrsoft Office

Office Theme

Default document theme

Outline tab

A tab in the Overview pane on the left side of the program window that shows all the text on the slides displayed as an outline


Segment of text with the same format; started by pressing the ENTER key


Designated areas in PowerPoint layouts that can be used to easily insert text, graphics, or multimedia objects


1/72 of an inch in height


Also called a slide show


Printed version of a document, also called a hard copy


Creating a higher-level paragraph


Includes enlarging or reducing the size of a clip art graphic


Storing data for later use

scroll arrows

Arrows at the end of the scroll bar that can be clicked to move a document up, down, left, and right in small increments

scroll boxes

Located below and to the right of the worksheet window; you can use these to move the worksheet window around to view different parts of the active worksheet

selection rectangle

The box that appears around an object when it is selected

Shared Collections

Files and docs that are regularly used by teams or groups stay organized and up-to-date - without the need to manage and communicate changes


Specifies the height of the characters

sizing handles

Can be dragged to alter the proportions of a graphic

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

A powerpoint presentation

Slide Show view

View used to make a presentation

slide transition

A special animation effect used to progress from one slide to the next

Slides tab

A tab in the Overview pane that displays thumbnails of all the slides in the presentation

splitter bar

Used to adjust the width of the Slide pane

standard properties

Associated with all Microsoft documents and includes author, title, subject


Indicates how the characters are formatted

Title Slide

Introduces the presentation to the audience


Mode in which the presentation appears on the screen

Web Collections

Clips reside on the Microsoft Web site

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