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How placeholders are arranged on a slide Slide Layout
Takes you to another slide, a web page, opens a file, or email Hyperlink
To change the appearance of a document or presentation Formatting
Provides visuals that help portray a specific message Images
How an object moves on a slide Animation
The movement of a slide as it changes to the next slide. Transition
How fast a slide changes to the next slide Transition Speed
The default first slide Title slide
The main view used to edit slides Normal View
Text is in graphic form WordArt
Copies the formatting of text Format painter
The first line in a paragraph is against the left margin, all other lines are a ½ inch in from the left margin Hanging Indent
The top line of a paragraph is a ½ inch in from the left margin. All other lines stay on the left margin. First Line Indent
All lines of a paragraph start a ½ inch in from the left margin Left Indent
All lines of a paragraph end a ½ inch away from the left margin Right Indent
This starts a new section on the next page. What is done in one section will not affect the other section. Next Page Break
This is used to get to the next column Column Break
Creates a new section on the same page. What is done in one section will not affect the other section. Continuous Break
Marks the point where one page ends and the next page begins Page Break
A faded picture or text behind the document body Watermark
word processing format .doc
excel format .xlsx
A format that is available across different platforms .pdf
A text format that is readable by most word processors .rtf (rich text format)
A set of formatting features that can be applied to text or tables Style
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