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annotate write or draw on a slide show during a presentation with the mouse or with your finger
aspect ratio relationship of width to height in a picture,shape,or slide
custom show group of slides in a presentation that can be shown separately from the entire presentation
handout master master that controls the layout and elements of handout
ink annotations created with pen and highlighter tools during slide show
landscape orientation page orientation that is wider than it is tall
orientation direction that tools appear on a page when printed
portrait orientation page orientation that is taller than it is tall
presentation tools tools and commands that are active during slide show
slide size expressed in a ratio such as 4;3 or 16;9
timigs amount of time assigned before it acrually goes to the next slide
Created by: Valencia.hinson