PowerPoint CHAPTER 1
Matching and Multiple Choice
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The PowerPoint view in which the window is divided into three panes--the Slide pane, the Slides/Outline pane, and the Notes pane.
A presentation page that can contain text, pictures, tables, charts, and other multimedia or graphic objects.
The first slide in a presentation, the purpose of which is to provide an introduction to the presentation topic.
A box on a slide with dotted or dashed borders that holds title and body text or other content such as charts, tables, and pictures.
A set of unified design elements that provides a look for your presentation by applying colors, fonts, and effects.
An outline level in a presentation represented by a bullet symbol and identified in a slide by the indentation and the size of the text.
Small circles and squares that indicate that a picture is selected.
A green circle located above a selected picture with which you can rotate the selected image.
A collection of formatting options that can be applied to a picture, text, or object.
A slide that displays at the end of every slide show to indicate that the presentation is over.
Printed images of slides on a sheet of paper.
A printout that contains the slide image on the top half of the page and notes that you have created in the Notes pane on the lower half of the page.
The process of changing the appearance of the text, layout, and design of a slide.
The term that refers to the horizontal placement of text within a placeholder.
Motion effects that occur in Slide Show view when you move from one slide to the next during a presentation.
In Normal view, the pane that displays a large image of the active slide is the:
In Normal view, the pane that displays below the Slide pane is the:
The buttons in the lower right corner that control the look of the presentation window are the:
The process of modifying a presentation by adding and deleting slides or by changing the contents of the individual slides is referred to as:
The arrangement of elements, such as title and subtitle text, lists, pictures, tables, charts, shapes, and movies, on a PowerPoint slide is referred to as:
Text that prints at the top of a sheet of slide handouts or notes pages is a:
Text that displays at the bottom of every slide or that prints at the bottom of a sheet of slide handouts or notes.
The command that locates all occurrences of specific text and replaces it with alternative text is:
Slide Sorter view
The view in which all of the slides in your presentation display in miniature is:
A view similar to Slide Show view but that also displays the title bar, status bar, and taskbar is:
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