Powerpoint Chapter 1
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the tab that is currently displayed
A feature that adjusts the formatting of text or data to fit in a certain space.
Automatically updated properties
file system properties, such as date you create/change file, statistics, such as file size
A slide that displays at the end of a slide presentation indicating the end of the slide show.
Create and insert charts into your presentation and then add effects and chart elements
share your presentation with friends and coworkers. ask them to review the slides and then insert comments that offer suggestions to enhance the presentation
The response of vision to the wavelengths of light
tabs that are only displayed when you work with certain tasks or object such as charts or tables
Allows you to add special words such as proper names, cities, and acronyms.
creating a lower-level paragraph
Dialog Box Launcher
when clicked, displays a dialog box or a task pane with additional options for the group
Document Information Panel
Use to view or add properties to a document; appears at the top of the document window.
Stored information about a document including author name, document title, subject, keywords, category, and status.
provides consistency indesign and color throughout the entire presentation, by setting the color scheme font font size and layout
drag and drop
A feature that allows a user to select text using a mouse or pointing device, and quickly move (drag) it to a different location
One method for displaying the clip art task pane is to click the insert clip art button on this toolbar.
transmitting free-format, textual electronic messages from one individual to another.
Enhanced Screen Tip
an on-screen note that provides the name of the command, available keyboard shortcuts, a description of the command, and sometimes instructions for how to obtain help about the command
collection of stored electronic data, such as text, pictures, video, and music
the name given to a computer file in order to distinguish it from other files
used to organize and store documents and other files
a family of alphabetic characters, numbers, punctuation marks and other symbols that share a consistent design; often used synonymously with typeface
the size, shape, or arrangement of something
location where styles, themes, or building blocks are stored
a document printed on paper
Contains the views, clipboard, font, text, records, sort, filter and find groups.
horizontal scroll bar
a tool used to scroll left and right through the workbook window
insert artwork and multimedia effects into your slide show. the microsoft clip organizer contains hundreds of media files, including pictures, photos, sounds, and movies
to select a command using the keyboard, press its displayed code letter
Key Tip badge
A keyboard icon that you can use for certain commands rather than using the mouse
words or phrases that further describe the database
A page layout in which documents are printed across the length of a page, making the page wider than it is tall
used to position the content on the slide
The value on the vertical axis around which a series of behavioral measures converge.
This feature allows you to see how style formatting affects cells in your worksheet without having to return to the worksheet
the vertical distance between two lines of type
Text that exceeds the width of the placeholder.
additional data used to describe the context or meaning of data, such as keywords used to describe the topics found on a web page or the date a file was last modified
A set of options (usually text-based) that can be displayed on the screen to enable the user to issue commands to the computer.
Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007
complete presentation graphics program that allows you to produce professional-looking slideshows
appears automatically based on tasks you perform, contains commands related to changing the appearance of text in a document
becomes different shapes depending on the tasks you are performing in power point and the pointer's location on the screen
multi-level bulleted list slide
a slide that consists of more than one level of bulleted text
the default view in a presentation, which contains the slide pane, the outline pane, the task pane, and the notes pane
Notes Page view
Displays your slides on the top portion of the page, with the speaker notes for each slide in the notes pane on the bottom of the page.
at the bottom of the window the area where you can type notes and additional information. This text can consist of notes to yourself or remarks to share with your audience.
opens a menu of commands related to managing and sharing documents, including opening, printing, and saving a document, creating a new document, and preparing for distribution
Default theme for the slide shows in Powerpoint when the program is started.
Alternates between views of the presentation in a thumbnail or miniature view of the slides.
Develop your presentation using an outline format. You can also import outlines from Microsoft Word or other word processing programs.
A section of a piece of writing, dealing with one topic.
designated areas in PowerPoint layouts that can be used to easily insert text, graphics, or multimedia objects
An exact location in space.
A short list of choices or instructions with information that is customized for a particular area of a program, appearing on a screen in a small window.
gives you help on whatever you need help on about PowerPoint.
prepares a slideshow so that you can take it out of your computer.
a set of slides or handouts that contains information you want to convey to an audience
a hard copy; or a computer document printed on paper
any form of communication used to inform and persuade or remind.
Quick Access Toolbar
A small toolbar located to the right of the Microsoft Office Button, which provides quick access to tools you need often such as Save, Undo, and Repeat Typing
A screen element that displays buttons for accessing Office features and commands
saving to the Web
when you save your presentation on the web
used with a mouse to shift the on-screen display up and down or left and right
appear on the right and bottom borders of a window when all of the contents of the window are not visible on the screen
reflects the location of the portion of the document that is displayed in the document window
a list of frequently used commands that relate to the right-clicked object
way of showing depth that makes smaller things seem farther away
the basic unit of a powerpoint presentation
shows the number and title of the slide you are about to display.
The workbench for PowerPoint presentations.
run a presentation by clicking this button on the view toolbar
Slide Show view
Runs your slides as they would appear during a presentation.
Displays your slides as small pictures or thumbnails.
used to adjust the height and width
Properties associated with all Microsoft Office documents and include author, title, and subject.
located at the bottom of the window and contains information pertaining to the document such as page number, word count page layout, and the zoom slider
a named group of character and paragraph format that can be applied to text
a list of additional commands associated with the selected command
A section of the Ribbon that contains related commands
on the right side of the screen contains common tasks that you use frequently when creating a presentation
the first slide in a new presentation. It's purpose is to introduce the presentation to the audience
vertical scroll bar
a tool in a word processor that allows the user to scroll up or down
a feature that allows the user to view the current page of a document onscreen in a different ways
a software application that uses a computer, printer, and software to create, edit, and print text-based documents, such as letters, reports, and memos
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