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A software program used to create a collection of slides that may contain slides of text, charts, pictures, sound, movies, or multimedia, and is often called a presentation graphics program
POWERPOINT 2010
A collection of files created in PowerPoint
Presentation
A presentation that provides an audience with background information, knowledge, and specific details about a topic to help them gain understanding, make informed decisions, or increase their expertise
Informative presentation
A presentation that is used to influence how an audience feels about a particular position or plan
Persuasive presentation
A type of presentation that is used to teach an audience how something works or helps them understand a process or procedure.
Demonstration presentation
Used to help an audience learn new skills or learn how to perform new tasks such as how to operate a piece of equipment
Training presentation
The Ribbon that includes the command to create presentation slides from an outline
Home
Typically this is the first type of slide placed in a presentation
Title Slide
The coordinated set of colors, fonts, and other design elements that are applied to components of a presentation
Theme
1) The PowerPoint pane that shows the current slide as it will appear during the slide show
2) The tab that shows a column of numbered slide thumbnails so users can see a visual presentation of several slides at ounce
3) The Group on the Home Ribbon that contains commands to create new slides in a presentation
Slide
The presentation view that enables a user to view one slide at a time in the Slide Pane. It also displays the entire slide and also the title, status and task bars.
Normal View
Refers to the size of alphabetic and numeric characters on a slide
Font Size
Command used to save an existing presentation with a new name or in a new location
Save As
The command that is used to save a new presentation.
Save
Serves as a temporary storage location for text or other objects are stored when you cut or copy them
Clipboard
Command used to quit the current presentation on screen and quit the program
Exit
Command used to quit the current presentation on screen but leave the program open
Close
The area for saving reminders to help a presenter during a presentation
Notes
The tab that shows a multilevel list of the titles and text of each slide in the presentation
Outline
The area that contains the zoom control and PowerPoint view buttons
Status bar