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PowerPoint 2007

PPT Vocabulary Lesson One OLP

QuestionAnswer
 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).
 Microsoft Office Button The Microsoft Office Button opens the Office menu, which has commands common to all Office applications, such as New, Save, and Print (PPT 5).
 Normal View You do most work creating slides in Normal view. This view can have up to four panes
 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).
 Publishing Publishing a presentation to a Web server gives others access to your presentation through a Web browser when they are connected to the Internet at their convenience (PPT 3).
 Quick Access Toolbar The Quick Access Toolbar has buttons for frequently used commands. You can add or remove buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar (PPT 5).
 Ribbon The Ribbon is the graphic collection of command buttons that are organized by tabs or in groups (PPT 5).
 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 presentation 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 the slides on the screen so that you can move and arrange slides easily by clicking and dragging (PPT15).
 Slides tab The Slides tab shows the graphics on the slides; the Outline tab shows the text or words on the slides (PPT 5).
 Status bar The status bar appears at the bottom of your screen. The area on the left side of the status bar shows which slide is displayed in the Slide pane and tells you the total number of slides in the presentation (PPT 6)
 Animation Makes slide shows fun and interesting to watch (PPT 59).
 Blank presentation When you start PowerPoint, a new blank presentation appears on the screen (PPT 25).
 Design template If your computer is connected to the Internet, you can select from professional design templates that are posted on Microsoft Office Online Web site (PPT 27).
 Effects Options Make adjustments to the animation effects 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).
 Hyperlink Allows you to jump to another slide, file, or to a Web site if you are connected to the Internet (PPT 58).
 Layout masters Each slide master has layout masters. Layout masters are nested underneath the slide master (PPT 33).
 Live Preview When you hover over a theme, the selected slide will show a Live Preview of the effect of the theme on the slide (PPT 30).
 Motion Paths Allows you to use predefined paths for the movement of an object (PPT 60).
 Notes master This is where you include any text or formatting that you want to appear on all your speaker notes (PPT 36).
 Placeholder Reserves a space in the presentation for the type of information you want to insert (PPT 41).
 Slide master Controls the formatting for all the slides in the presentation (PPT33).
 Slide transitions Determines how one slide is removed from the screen and how the next one appears (PPT 62).
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