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Annotating Slides You can draw on your screen with an electronic pen or highlighter
Multimedia The use of computers to present text, graphics, video, animation, and sound files in an integrated way
Slide Master View Controls the fonts, sizes, bullet styles, colors, alignments, spacing, and more for each slide type of your presentation
WordArt Adds decorative color schemes, shapes, and special effects
Speaker Notes Information in the PowerPoint notes area that helps you remember the information you want to relay to your audience
Audience Handouts Thumbnail size versions of your slides that you distribute to your audience
Slide List The left pane on the PowerPoint screen
Slide Sorter View Provides a thumbnail size view of each slide in the presentation
Notes Pane The bottom pane on the PowerPoint screen
Theme Sets the tone for your entire presentation
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