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Lesson 1 Powerpoint

QuestionAnswer
a graphic icon that can be clicked to perform a specific task Button
controls that tell the computer to perform a particular task Command
a vertical bar that indicates where the text you key will appear on the screen. Also known as the insertion point. Cursor
a box opened by menu commands that allows you to select options or specify information to perform the command Dialog box
an item that helps you organize files Folder
an organized set of commands that relates to a specific activity Group
preset text boxes Placeholder
a PowerPoint file. A presentation can contain text, pictures charts, links to other pages, and other objects Presentation
a tool bar that allows users to quickly find commands Quick Access Toolbar
a panel in Microsoft Office that organizes commands into tabs. The Ribbon changes depending on which applications and tools are activated Ribbon
a description that appears when you point to a button ScreenTip
a bar at the right side or bottom of the screen that allows you to move up and down or left and right in a document or a worksheet Scroll bar
one page in a presentation Slide
the bar at the bottom of the screen that displays information such as the current page or slide number and the total number of pages or slides in the document Status bar
a clickable area of the Ribbon that displays menu options Tab
the bar at the top of the screen that displays the name of the current window Title bar
Display
Monitor
Created by: claire.bear123