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PPT 2.11

annotate to write or draw on a slide during a presentation with something
aspect ratio the relationship of width to height in a picture, shape, or slide
custom show a group of slides in a presentation that can be shown separately from the entire presentation
handout master the master that controls the layout and elements of handouts.
ink the annotations created with the pen and highlighter tool during a presentation
landscape orentation a page orientation that is wider than it is tall
orientation the direction that material appears on a page when it's printed
portrait orentaton a page orientation that is taller than it is wide
presentation tools the tools and commands that are all active during slide show view
slide size the demitions of a slide, expressed in a ration such as 4:3 or 16:9
timings the amounts of time assigned t o each slide before it automatically advances to the next
Created by: cody.clemons