25 terms

MS Powerpoint A

Presentation software
A computer program you use to organize and present information to others.
Normal view
The primary view that you use to write, edit, and design your presentation.
A wide toolbar like band that runs across the entire powerpoint window
In the office 2007 program,a part of the ribbon that includes groups of buttons for related commands.
A collection of related commands on a tab on the ribbon
outline tab
displays the text of your presentation in the form of an outline.
Slides tab
displays the slides of your presentation as small images
Small images
Slide pane
displays the current slide in your presentation.
Notes pane
Is used to type text that references a slides content.
Quick access toolbar
A small,customizable toolbar at the top of an office program window that contains buttons for commonly used commands such as Saved and Undo.
View shortcut
On the status bar allows you to switch quickly between powerpoint view.
Status bar
Shows messages about what you are doing and seeing in Powerpoint.
Zoom slider
Allows you to zoom the slide in and out quickly.
Text placeholders
boxes with dotted borders where you enter text.
Title placeholder
The top text palceholder on the title slide.
Subtitle placeholder
The bottom text placeholder on the title slide.
Any item on the slide that can be modified.
Insertion point
A blinking vertical line,indicates where your text appears when you type in the placeholder.
Selection box
Appears around the placeholder,indicating that it is selected and ready to text.
Slide layout
Contains object placeholde that are arranged in specific ways on the slide.
Content placeholder
Can be used to insert text or object such as,clip art,table or charts.
A predefined set of colors, fonts, and line and fill effects that can easily be appiled to an office document and give it a consistent professional look.
Theme colors.
Incorporates sets of colors for fill, line,and shadow
Theme fonts
fonts for titles and other text