a set of slides or handouts that contains information you want to convey to an audience.
PowerPoint's default view that displays the Slide pane, the Notes pane, and the Slides/Outline pane
Designated areas in PowerPoint layouts that can be used to easily insert text, graphics, or multimedia objects.
The slide currently selected or displayed.
Prearranged sets of placeholders for various types of slide content.
Formatting feature that applies a background, colors, fonts, and effects to all slides in a presentation.
Predrawn artwork, photos, animations, and sound clips that you can insert into your files.
a Ribbon tab that displays only when needed for a specific task such as formatting a table or offering picture formatting options.
A set of characters with a specific size and style.
A presentation that is already formatted with a slide design and may also include sample text to guide you in completing the presentation.
An area at the bottom of a slide in which you can enter a date, slide number, or other information.
An area at the top of a slide in which you can enter a date or other information that repeats for each page.
Printed copies of the presentation for the audience to refer to during and after the slide show.
A slide or printout that is wider than it is tall.
A slide or printout that is taller than it is wide.
PowerPoint feature designed to reduce font size to fit text in the current placeholder.
Professionally designed graphics that organize and display information in various graphic types such as lists, processes, or hierarchical displays.
Remove a portion of a picture that you don't want
Specifying a percentage of the original size to enlarge or reduce an object.
A slide that contains the appearance of all slides in a presentation.
A foundation on which to build a presentation; a template may contain theme colors, fonts, and effects, graphics, a background, and slide layouts.
The visual effects used when one slide moves off of the screen and another moves onto the screen.
Advance Slide Timing
A setting that controls the amount of time a slide displays on the screen.
To apply movement to text or an object to control its display during the presentation.
A show in which you specify the slides and the order in which the slides appear during the presentation.