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  1. Manage the PowerPoint Environment

  2. PowerPoint… • is used to create a collection of slides that may contain text, charts, pictures, sound, movies, or multimedia

  3. Panes • Slide pane (tab) shows the current slide as it will appear in the slide show. • Outline pane (tab) shows a text-only display of each slide in the presentation. Here is where you can change the font throughout easily and focus on content. This primarily used for entering text only.

  4. View • Backstageenables a user to manage files and data about files, and find frequently used features for manage PowerPoint presentation files. • Normal view enables a user to view one slide at a time. • Slide show view displays each slide so that it fills the entire screen with no toolbars or other elements.

  5. Toolbars • Title bar contains the Quick Access Toolbar, filename, and Window control buttons. • Quick Access Toolbar contains frequently used buttons including the undo button, save button, and others. • Status bar is the area that contains the zoom control and PowerPoint view buttons.

  6. Saving Files • Save As is used to save an existing presentation with a new name or in a new location. • Save is used to save a new presentation.

  7. Exports and Imports • Exported files should be saved as .rtf. • Slides from Outline can be used to import information (this is under New Slide).

  8. Autocorrect • AutoCorrect revises typing errors based upon information contained in Microsoft’s Office’s standard dictionary.

  9. Closing vs. Exiting • Closeis used to quit the current presentation on the screen but leave the PowerPoint program open. • Exiting is used the quit the current presentation and quit the PowerPoint program.