Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Composing a Presentation
One effective strategy is to start with a slide (or two), create a rough outline and a basic
design, preview and save regularly as you flesh out your ideas, and add audio and video
elements as the final step.
Composing a Presentation
Whether you’re working on your Senior Year Culminating Project or developing a quarterly
snapshot for the board of directors, the bulk of your slide development work is performed
in Normal view. In this view, you see each slide individually, with the current slide filling the
Slide pane. The Notes pane below the slide allows you to add speaker notes, and the Slides
tab on the left provides thumbnails of the current presentation that you can use for
navigation. You can add new slides and assign slide layouts as needed.
Figure 18-1 shows a typical slide with text placeholders and an image in Normal view.
Slide title Graphic (in placeholder)
Text (in text placeholders)
Slides tab Notes pane Slide footer
Figure 18-1 Use Normal view to set up the backbone of your presentation.
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