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Adds motion to an object
Placing a link to a presentation on the Web to allow others to watch your presentation as you give it from a remote location through a Web browser


Contain small pictures or thumbnails of your slides along with an area for taking notes
How objects are placed on a slide
Live Preview
Lets you see the effect the theme will have on your slides before you apply it in your presentation.
Normal View
A view of the presentation that allows you to add and delete slides, and add text and elements to the slides
Notes Page View
Displays your slides on the top portion of the page
Notes Pane
Speaker notes are entered for each slide here
Outline Tab
Displays all the text on your slide in outline form
PowerPoint presentation
An electronic slide show that allows you to present and deliver your message
Reading View
You run your presentation and the slide does not quite fill the screen and you can use navigation buttons on the status bar beneath the slide
Slide Pane
The workbench for PowerPoint presentations
Slide Show View
You run your presenation on the computer as if it were a slide projector to preview how it will look to your audience
Slide Sorter View
Displays thumbnails of the slides on the screen so that you can move and arrange slides easily by clicking and dragging
Slides Tab
Displays your slides as small pictures
Small pictures on a slide
The way each new slide appears on the screen
Arranging the pictures to line up with other objects on the slide
Blank Presentation
You can begin a new presentation from a blank presentation
Effect Options
Contains the commands that determine several animation settings for the object including the Start options
Handout Master
Lets you add items that you want to appear on all your handouts, such as a logo, the date, the time, and page numbers
Allows you to jump to another slide, a file, or to a Web site if you are connected to the Internet
Layout Master
Associated layouts for each theme in the presentation
Motion Paths
Allows you to make an object move on the slide
Notes Master
You include any text or formatting that you want to appear on all your speaker notes
The boxes in layouts that hold the content or slide objects such as body text and titles
Slides Master
Controls the formatting for all the slides in the presentation
Slide Transitions
Determines how one slide is removed from the screen and how the next one appears
A presentation that includes theme elements, text, and graphics predesigned for a presentation
Predesigned grpahic styles that you can apply to existing slides
Adjustment Handle
Yellow boxes that indicate that the object is selected and you can manipulate the object
Category Axis
X axis (horizontal)
Each intersection of a row and column

A visual way to display numerical data in a presentation

Information can be displayed here
A worksheet that appears with the chart and has the numbers for the chart
Allows you to work with several items as if they were one object

Small squares at the edges of a graphic
Organization Chart
Shows the hierarchial structure and relationships within an organization

Rotate handle
Green circle that means you can rotate the object
Information can be displayed here

SmartArt Graphic
Dynamic diagrams and graphics

Used when organizing information that can be displayed

Value Axis
Y axis (vertical)

Decorative text that you can insert on a slide

Action Button
Buttons that are inserted on a slide

A small note or annotation on a slide
Custom Show
Allows you to create presentations for different audiences by selecting specific slides from a presentation

Destination File
The presentation file
Document Inspector
A feature that enables you to check for hidden metadata or personal information in a presentation

Document properties
Information about the presentation file including the title, author, and keywords

To place an object that was created in another application in a slide then selecting the item and ht eoriginal program will be open for editing

Format Painter
A feature that copies attributes such as colors, borders, and fill effects from an onject, text, or cell in order to apply the same formatting to another object, text, or cell

Vertical and horizontal lines that appear on the slide pane and help you place text and objects

Vertical and horizontal line sthat you can display on the slide pane to help place objects on the slide

To bring a file or part of a file into the presentation

A connection that is retained between the source and destination files

Linked Object
A file, chart, table or other object that is created in another application that is stored in a source file and inserted into a destination file while maintaining a connection between the two files

Package for CD
Used to compact all your presentation files into a single file that fits on a CD

Presenter view
Offers a way for you to view you rpresentation with the speaker notes showing on one computer screen, while the audience views the presentation without viewing the speaker notes

Snap to
"Snap objects to grid" moves an object to the closest intersection of the grid on a slide

Source File
Where you have the text, chart, numbers, or whatever data it is you want to bring into the presentation