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The arrow is pointing to document settings. It looks like a piece of paper.
It allows you to set up details in your show. I never even use this because the default settings are fine. You may need to use it to set music to the background of a slide show because there is an audio option under this heading.
The next icon in the inspector looks like a frame.
You will use this button often because it allows you transition between slides.
The transition I am going to use here is called reflection.
The next icon in the inspector is shaped like a diamond with motion lines.
This is the “Build” button. You can make your words or pictures build in or build out! I am going to build the word Dixie using my favorite build “Sparkle”!
The next button in the inspector is the Text button & it looks like a “T”.
I use this button to help center text on the page, create columns and use bullets.
The next button in the inspector is the graphic button. It looks like a circle in front of a square.
This button is used to fill the text box with a background color & create a border.
The next button in the inspector is the hyperlink button & it looks like an arrow.
This button allows you to insert a live link into your presentation.
The final button in the inspector that I use is the Quicktime button & it allows you to place movies and graphics into your presentation.
I set this graphic to loop and it continues to move.