Microsoft PowerPoint (Lesson 2 Review)
Shows how a presentation will appear on paper
Additional information associated with a slide that the audience will not see
A printed copy of a presentation for audience use
To decrease the outline level of a paragraph on a slide
A small picture of a slide
Presenter View Slide
Lets you see notes on one screen while the audience sees slides on another
A black-and-white printing mode that saves colored ink or toner
The distance from a placeholder’s left border
A predefined arrangement of placeholders
A new, blank presentation appears on your screen when you launch PowerPoint.
Once a layout has been applied to a slide, it cannot be changed.
When you save a presentation for the first time, the Save As dialog box appears.
If you want to be able to use a presentation with an older version of PowerPoint, you can save it by using the PowerPoint 97-2003 Presentation file format.
Many PowerPoint templates feature a set of complementing colors, fonts, and effects called a layout.
You can copy and paste content from most Windows applications into PowerPoint.
One way to copy a slide is to right-click its thumbnail and then click Copy.
Notes appear on the screen with the slides in Slide Show view.
PowerPoint can print just the text of your slide without printing any graphics via an Outline layout.
If you use a printer that does not print in color, your slides will appear in grayscale when viewed in Print Preview.