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Rutiri-PowerPt 1-4

Ppt Basics, Creating & Enhancing, Visual Elements, Charts

You can view your presentation 4 ways? True
Normal view, Notes Page view, Slide Sorter view, Slide Show view These are the four ways you can view a presentation.
Animation: Animation is text, objects, graphics, or pictures that have motion (PPT 7).
Layout: The default layout includes placeholders for different objects on a slide (PPT 14).
Live Preview: The Live Preview feature lets you see the effect before applying it to your presentation (PPT 12).
Normal View: You do most work creating slides in Normal vi ew. This view can have up to four panes: the Slides tab and Outline tab, the Slide pane, the Notes pane, and the Task pane (PPT 11).
Notes Page View: The Notes Page view displays your slides on the top portion of the page, with speaker notes appearing in the Notes pane on the bottom of the page (PPT 15).
Outline tab: The Outline tab shows the text or words on the slides (PPT 5).
PowerPoint presentation: Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 can illustrate your ideas, using slides, outlines, speaker’s notes, and audience handouts (PPT 3).
Slide layout: The slide layout is how objects are placed on a slide (PPT 14).
Slide pane: The Slide pane is the workbench for PowerPoint presentations. It displays one slide at a time and is useful for adding and editing text, inserting and formatting illustrations or objects, or modifying a slide’s appearance (PPT 13).
Slide Show view: In Slide Show view, you run your presentati on on the computer as if it were a slide projector to preview how it will look to your audience (PPT 16).
Slide Sorter view: Slide Sorter view displays thumbnails of t he slides on the screen so that you can move and arrange slides easily by clicking and dragging (PPT15).
Blank presentation: When you start PowerPoint, a new blank presentation appears on the screen (PPT 25). Chapter 2
Design template: If your computer is connected to the Inter net, you can select from professional design templates that are posted on Microsoft Office Online Web site (PPT 27). Chapter 2
Effects Options: Make adjustments to the animation effe cts by clicking Effects Options (PPT 61). Handout master: The handout master lets you add items that you want to appear on all your handouts, such as a logo or a date (PPT 35). Chapter 2
Hyperlink: Allows you to jump to another slide, file, or to a Web site if you are connected to the Internet (PPT 58). Chapter 2
Layout masters: Each slide master has layout masters. Layout masters are nested underneath the slide master (PPT 33). Chapter 2
Motion Paths: Allows you to use predefined paths fo r the movement of an object (PPT 60). Chapter 2
Placeholder: Reserves a space in the presentation for the type of information you want to insert (PPT 41). Chapter 2
Slide transitions: Determines how one slide is removed from the screen and how the next one appears (PPT 62). Chapter 2
Adjustment handle: When you click an inserted object, little squares appear at the edges. The yellow boxes are adjustment handles (PPT 89). Chapter 3
Chart (graph): Visual way to display numerical data in a presentation (PPT 78). Chapter 3
Rotate handle: When you click on an inserted object, little squares appear at the edges of the graphic. The green circle is the rotate handle (PPT 89). Chapter 3
SmartArt graphic: Dynamic and exciting graphics available for you to use in PowerPoint (PPT 69). Chapter 3
WordArt: Decorative text that you can insert on a slide (PPT 76). Chapter 3
Action button: Buttons inserted on a slide that are hyperlinked to other locations (PPT 133). Chapter 4
Custom show: A way to limit the slides in any slide show for a particular audience (PPT 132). Chapter 4
Embed: When it is easier to edit information using the original application, you can embed the data as an object (PPT 114). Chapter 4
What is the primary tab on the ribbon for PowerPoint? Home
How do you adjust the width of the Slide Pane? Splitter Bar
What are the boxes with dotted borders that are displayed when you create a new slide.Placeholders Placeholders
he ____ button is used to view the PowerPoint presentation in full screen view.Slide show Slide show
What are eight colorful slide thumbnails called in the design tab?Themes Themes
How are themes arranged in the Themes gallery? Alphabetical order running from left to right
Information that you would like to share with your audience but not appear on the slide can be written in the ____ pane. Notes
The _____ is considered the control center in PowerPoint 2007. Ribbon
This is used to position the text, graphics, tables, charts, and drawings on the slide. Layout
The basic unit of any PowerPoint presentation is a(n) _____. Slide
The _____ view is the default view when a user opens PowerPoint. Normal
Microsoft PowerPoint is a complete _____ program that allows you to produce professional-looking slide shows. Presentation Graphics
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