views of the presentation in an outline of the slide text
a thumbnail, or miniature view of the slides
as you type you can view this text, which shows a large view of the current slide on the right of the window
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
slide sorter view
you can see all the slides in the presentation simultaneously. a thumbnail version of each slide is displayed, and you can rearrange their order, add transitions and timings to switch from one slide to the next in a presentation, add and delete slides, and preview animations
slide show view
fills the entire screen and allows you to see the slide show just as your audience views it.
are boxes that are displayed when you create a new slide
this is where you type titles, body text, and bulleted lists.
it determines the cholor scheme, font and font size, and layout of the presentation
slide design task pane
shows a variety of styles- you can alter the colors used in the design templates bu using the slide design color schemes task pane
slide-design animation schemes task pane
you can animate elements of your presentation in this task pane
text that exceeds the width of the placeholder
allows you to squeeze an extra line in the text placeholder
is a characteristic of the text such as font, font size, font style, or text color
automatic extension of a Power Point file name
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