- align objects
- To line up objects like images, tables, and
charts with respect to each other - left edges,
right edges, centered over each other, top edges,
bottom edges, centered horizontally.
- An effect applied to part of a slide controlling
the entrance, emphasis, or exit of that part.
- animation scheme
- A pre-set combination of animations and slide
- PowerPoint wizard that creates a presentation with
a standard set of slide for a particular type of
- Dialog which allows you to control what kinds of
corrections Microsoft Office programs will make
automatically, such as inserting the copyright symbol
when you type (c) or substituting the company's full
name when you type its initials.
- The AutoFormat As You Type tab controls a number
of formatting changes that Microsoft Office programs
make, such as changing "straight quotes" to "smart
quotes" and changing 1/2 to ½.
- AutoCorrect Options
- When Microsoft Office programs make an automatic
correction, the AutoCorrect Options button allows you
to keep or discard the correction. It first appears as
a small blue rectangle under the correction.
It does not appear until the mouse pointer is near the
corrected text. Hovering over the rectangle makes the
full button appear.
the down arrow opens a list of your options, which
varies depending on what the change was.
- AutoFit Options
AutoFit Options button
appears when PowerPoint changes the size of your text
to make all the text fit into the placeholder.
Clicking the button opens a list of options.
- AutoLayout Options
- The AutoLayout Options button
appears when PowerPoint changes the layout of your
slide when you insert an object like a table or
clipart. Clicking the down arrow opens a list of
- Allows the Slide Pane to play an effect as you
- The X-axis is the horizontal base line for a chart. The Y-axis is
the vertical base line for a chart.