Opening/Starting MS PowerPoint
Parts of the MS PowerPoint
Click Start
Button>Programs
>Ms PowerPoint
 If the short cut icon is available in the
Desktop, right click the icon, the...
 TITLE BAR
 MENU BAR/TABS
 TOOLBAR/RIBBON
 MINIMIZE/RESTORE/CLOSE
 SCROLL BAR
 TASKPANE/SLIDE VIEW PANE
 VIEW BUTTO...
Normal View
Slide Sorter View
Outline View
Notes Pages View
Handouts View
Slide Show View
Normal View- is the main
editing view, where you
write and design your
presentations. Normal view
has four working areas:...
 Slide Sorter view -provides you
with a view of your slides in
thumbnail form. This view makes
it easy for you to sort an...
 The Notes pane -is located just below
the Slide pane. You can type notes
that apply to the current slide. Later,
you can...
 OUTLINE VIEW/TAB- features an
outline priority (text based) editing
board with a similar left slide pane as
that of the ...
 NOTES PAGE VIEW/TAB- features a slide
preview with some generous space to key in
notes about the slide, you can type not...
HANDOUTS VIEW- features
a slide preview of how it
would loo on a printed
sheet, you can change the
type of output of your...
 Slide Show view-is used to deliver
your presentation to your audience.
Slide Show view takes up the full
computer screen...
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Microsoft powerpoint partsviews

  1. 1. Opening/Starting MS PowerPoint Parts of the MS PowerPoint
  2. 2. Click Start Button>Programs >Ms PowerPoint  If the short cut icon is available in the Desktop, right click the icon, then click open, or double click the icon.
  3. 3.  TITLE BAR  MENU BAR/TABS  TOOLBAR/RIBBON  MINIMIZE/RESTORE/CLOSE  SCROLL BAR  TASKPANE/SLIDE VIEW PANE  VIEW BUTTONS  ZOOM
  4. 4. Normal View Slide Sorter View Outline View Notes Pages View Handouts View Slide Show View
  5. 5. Normal View- is the main editing view, where you write and design your presentations. Normal view has four working areas: Outline tab, slide tab, slide pane, notes pane.
  6. 6.  Slide Sorter view -provides you with a view of your slides in thumbnail form. This view makes it easy for you to sort and organize the sequence of your slides as you create your presentation, and then also as you prepare your presentation for printing.
  7. 7.  The Notes pane -is located just below the Slide pane. You can type notes that apply to the current slide. Later, you can print your notes and refer to them when you give your presentation. You can also print notes to hand out to your audience or include the notes in a presentation that you send to the audience or post on a Web page.
  8. 8.  OUTLINE VIEW/TAB- features an outline priority (text based) editing board with a similar left slide pane as that of the normal view. This is a great place to start writing your content — to capture your ideas, plan how you want to present them, and move slides and text around. The Outline tab shows your slide text in outline form.
  9. 9.  NOTES PAGE VIEW/TAB- features a slide preview with some generous space to key in notes about the slide, you can type notes that apply to the current slide. Later, you can print your notes and refer to them when you give your presentation. You can also print notes to hand out to your audience or include the notes in a presentation that you send to the audience or post on a Web page.
  10. 10. HANDOUTS VIEW- features a slide preview of how it would loo on a printed sheet, you can change the type of output of your handouts during the printing procedures.
  11. 11.  Slide Show view-is used to deliver your presentation to your audience. Slide Show view takes up the full computer screen, like an actual presentation. In this view, you see your presentation the way your audience will. You can see how your graphics, timings, movies, animated effects, and transition effects will look during the actual presentation.
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