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PowerPoint

CH 1: Introduction to PowerPoint

TermDefinition
Animation A movement that controls the entrance, emphasis, exit, and/or path of objects in a slide show.
Annotation A written note or drawing on a slide for additional commentary or explanation.
Footer Information that generally displays at the bottom of a document page, worksheet, slide or database report.
Header Information that generally displays at the top of a document page, worksheet, slide or database report.
Layout Determines the position of the objects or content on a slide.
Normal view The default view of a document, worksheet or presentation.
Notes Page view A view used for entering and editing large amounts of text to which the speaker can refer when presenting.
Outline View Shows the presentation in an outline format displayed in levels according to the points and any subpoints on each slide.
Placeholder A container that holds text, images, graphs,videos, or other objects to be used in the presentation.
PowerPoint presentation A presentation that can be edited or displayed on a computer.
PowerPoint show An unchangeable electronic slide show format used for distribution.
Presenter view A specialty view that delivers a presentation on two monitors simultaneously.
Reading view A view that displays the slide show full screen, one slide at a time, complete with animations and transitions.
Slide The most basic element of PowerPoint.
Slide show A series of slides displayed onscreen for an audience.
Slide Show view A view used to deliver the completed presentation full screen to an audience, one slide at a time, as an electronic presentation.
Slide Sorter view A view that displays thumbnails of presentation slides, which allows you to view multiple slides simultaneously.
Status bar A horizontal bar found at the bottom of the program window that contains information relative to the open file.
Storyboard A visual plan of a presentation that displays the content of each slide in the slide show.
Table An element that organizes information in a series of records (rows) with each record made up of a number of fields (columns).
Template A predesigned file that incorporates formatting elements, such as theme and layouts, and may include content that can be modified.
Theme A collection of design choices that includes colors, fonts, and special effects used to give a consistent look to a document, workbook, database form or report, or presentation.
Thumbnail A miniature view of a slide that appears in the Slides tab and Slide Sort view.
Transition A specific animation that is applied as a previous slide is replaced by a new slide while displayed in Slide Show view or Reading view.
Variant A variation on a chosen design theme.
Which of the following will display a list of shortcuts for navigating when presenting a slide show? F1
What is the name for PowerPoint's predefined slide arrangements? Slide layouts
What is the term for a variation of the theme using different color palettes and font families? Variant
When making a presentation that includes a large detailed table, which print method should you use? Full Page Slide
Which of the following components are contained in Normal view? Thumbnails pane and Slide pane
What view is the best choice if you want to reorder the slides in a presentation? Slide Sorter view
Regarding themes, which of the following is a TRUE statement? The theme can be changed after all of the slides have been created
In reference to content development, which of the following points is NOT in active voice and is not parralel to the others? Storyboards are used to sketch out thoughts
The animation effect that controls how one slide changes to another slide is called Transition
During a slide show, which of the following would best be used to focus audience attention on a specific object? Use the Pen tool to circle the object
Defines containers, positioning, and formatting for all of the content that appears on a slide. Layout
The default PowerPoint view, containing two panes that provide maximum flexibility in working with the presentation. Normal view
A container that holds content. Placeholder
The movement applied to an object or objects on a slide. Animation
The most basic element of PowerPoint, analogous to a page in a Word document. Slide
A note or drawing added to a slide during a presentation. Annotation
Located at the bottom of the screen, this contains the slide number, a spell check button, and options that control the view of your presentation. Status bar
Used to view a slide show full screen, one slide at a time. Reading View
A presentation saved with a .pptx extension. PowerPoint presentation
A method to deliver your message in a variety of ways using multiple slides. Slide show
Used for the speaker needs to enter and edit large amounts of text for reference in the presentation. Notes Page view
Uses a .ppsx extension. PowerPoint show
A specialty view that delivers a presentation on two monitors simultaneously. Presenter view
A variation of the theme you have chosen, using different color palettes and font families. Variant
Used to deliver a completed presentation full screen to an audience, one slide at a time. Slide Show view
A slide miniature. Thumbnail
A specific animation that is applied when a previous slide is replaced by a new slide. Transition
Displays thumbnails of your presentation slides, allowing you to view multiple slides simultaneously. Slide Sorter view
A visual design that helps you plan the direction of your presentation slides. Storyboard
A collection of formatting choices that includes colors, fonts, and special effects. Theme
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