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Vocab PPTL08

Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Aspect Ratio The relationship of width to height in a picture or shape.
Clip Art Predrawn artwork in a wide variety of styles. Office clip art files can include drawn graphics, photographs, sounds, and animated graphics.
Constrain To force a drawing object into a particular shape or alignment.
Crop To remove a portion of a picture or shape that is not needed. The cropped portion is hidden until you compress the picture.
Gridlines A grid of horizontal and vertical lines that can be used as guides when positioning objects on a slide.
Guides Nonprinting vertical and horizontal lines that you can move or copy to align objects on a slide.
Keyword A word or phrase that describes a subject or category on which you can search.
Order The way in which objects stack up on a slide as you create them.
Recolor A feature that enables a user to select color wash to place over an image or to set it to grayscale, black and white, or washout.
Reset To restore a picture or other formatted object to its default settings.
Rulers Horizontal and Vertical measures that help you position objects on a slide.
Saturation The intensity of a color. The more saturated, the more bright the colors appear.
Smart Guides Dashed lines that help a user with alignment as shapes are moved around a slide.
Tone The subtle tint of an image's color, ranging from warmer shades (more red) to cooler shades (more blue).
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