- To use Pack and Go to combine files, fonts, Microsoft
PowerPoint Viewer with one or more presentations for transport
to a different computer
- The files created by Pack and Go for transporting one or
more presentations and the related files to a different
- Pack and Go
- Feature of PowerPoint that compresses files and includes
files related to your presentation for transporting to a
- Page Setup dialog
PowerPoint Page Setup dialog offers fewer choices than in many
other programs. You can choose the orientation of slides and
print-outs but not the page margins. The Slides sized for: box has
several choices, which affect the proportions of your slides.
section of the program window. PowerPoint in Normal view has 3
panes: Navigation which shows either the outline or thumbnails of
the slides, Slide, and Notes. In addition, the Office Task Pane is
displayed when needed.
- paragraph styles
- Assigns formatting characteristics to a paragraph and may
assign an outline level.
- Paste Options
Paste Options button
appears just after you paste, near where you
pasted. It is easy to overlook! Clicking the down arrow opens a list of options.
placeholder is a text box whose text will appear in the Outline.
You cannot create a placeholder or change an ordinary text box
into a placeholder. You must use the placeholders from a
PowerPoint slide layout. You can move or resize a placeholder. The
illustration at the right shows a bullet list placeholder.
- Play button
- A button which causes the Slide Pane to run the animations and
transitions of the displayed slide
- File extension for PowerPoint presentations.
- A set of slides for use on-screen or in printed
handouts, primarily to accompany a speaker.
- presentation graphics
- Another term for presentation software.
- A dialog for controlling how your presentation prints.
- Printer Properties dialog
with the brand and model of your printer. Controls the printer's
hardware choices - print quality, color, media.
- Print Preview
- View of a presentation that show what will print.
- Print Preview Bar
- Toolbar at the top of the Print Preview window. Contains
commands and buttons for controlling what is printed and how it is
- print quality
- Usually you can choose from at least Draft, Normal, and Best.
Better quality means smoother lines and smoother transitions in
- For some printers you can choose the dots per inch (dpi). The
more dots, the higher quality the printing.
- Print what: box
the Print Preview toolbar. Offers a list of print layouts.
- To raise a paragraph to a higher outline level