Unit L Vocabulary
Presentation Graphics Program
Software designed to develop materials for presentations, including slide shows, computer-based presentations, speaker notes, and audience handouts.
On-screen page for use in PowerPoint slide show.
In PowerPoint, a three-pane layout that displays the Slides and Outline pane, the Slide pane, and the Notes pane.
In PowerPoint, the largest section of Normal view that displays the full layout as the current slide.
Slides and Outline Pane
Contains the Slides tab and Outline tab.
Slides Tab/Outline Tab
Shows slide thumbnails and text-only hierarchal versions of the slides, are useful for navigating through the presentation.
The area in Normal view located below the slide that is used to input text relevant to the current slide; can be used as an audience handout or reference notes during a presentation.
Slide Sorter View
A view in PowerPoint that displays a thumbnail of all slides in the order in which they appear in your presentation; used to rearrange and delete slides.
A view in PowerPoint that displays presentation slides full screen as the audience will see them.
Notes Page View
The view available from the View menu that displays the slide and associated speaker notes.
A PowerPoint view available from the View menu that helps the presenter practice the presentation by providing a timer, speaker notes, and a preview of the next slide on screen.
Thumbnail images of the themes available in the Office program.
The first slide in a PowerPoint presentation.
Each graphic or text element is an object.
A dashed border that appears around a text object or placeholder, indicating that it is ready to accept text.
An arrangement of placeholders and formatting configured to support a particular type of content.
A feature for creating professional quality diagrams, such as organizational charts, process diagrams, and timelines.
A feature of PowerPoint that contains the layouts, design elements, and other formatting attributes for a presentation; enables users to make design changes to multiple slides at once.
Hard copies of a presentation that are printed for distribution to an audience, showing on or more slides per page.
Hard copy of a PowerPoint presentation that contains a miniature version of each slide plus the text added in the Notes pane.