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Presentation View Options
Picture With Caption This layout gives you three placeholders: one for the slide
title, one for slide text, and a large one for a graphic. Use this layout when you have a
single image that communicates the main idea of the slide.
The actual position of the placeholders for a particular layout might vary based on the
presentation theme. Additionally, the type of layouts available might vary if you create custom
slide masters or use a custom template. The layouts listed here are based on the default
PowerPoint template.
To learn more about how to create your own custom layouts, see “Saving and Reusing Slides
and Themes” on page 654.
Presentation View Options
Although most of your design work is done in Normal view, PowerPoint does have
several other views you can choose from, each with its own set of strengths and weaknesses,
depending on the task at hand. You can switch between the most useful of these additional
views by using the view options on the right side of the status bar at the bottom of the
PowerPoint window, as shown in Figure 18-3.
Normal
Slide Sorter Zoom Slider
Reading
Slide Show Fit Slide To Current Window
Figure 18-3 Common view options are available at the lower right portion of your window.
Additional view options are listed on the View and Slide Show tabs.
You can switch to Normal, Slide Sorter, or Reading view by using commands in the
Presentation Views group on the View tab, as shown in Figure 18-4. This group of commands also
includes a Notes Page view and is alongside the Master Views group you can use to create
new slide layouts.
Figure 18-4 View options not available near the Zoom slider are available on the View tab,
including Notes Page view and access to master slide views.
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