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PPT 1

PowerPoint Chapter 1 Vocabulary

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displays thumbnail pictures of each of the slides within a PowerPoint presentation Slide Sorter View
complete presentation graphics program PowerPoint
Mode in which the presentation appears on the screen View
appears when you perform certain tasks or work with objects such as tables or pictures Contextual tab
provides consistency in design and color throughout a presentation using color, font, and layout theme
method of moving selected items drag and drop
collection of groups tab
central location for managing and sharing documents office button
boxes that are displayed when you create a new slide placeholder
position within a structure or outline level
contains number of slides, theme used, view icons, and zoom; located at the bottom of a screen status bar
a physical, paper printout of a presentation hard copy
default view in PowerPoint; contains slide pane, the notes pane, and slide and outline pane normal view
basic unit of PowerPoint presentation slide
provides easy access to frequently used commands quick access toolbar
control center in PoewrPoint ribbon
view used when giving a presentation, full screen view of each slide slide show view
Created by: lstark261