Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Presentation View Options
Figure 18-10 Use the option on the View tab to see the slide master. Alternatively, press Shift
and click the Normal view button next to the Zoom slider.
Handout Master view is where you customize the handouts you print based on your
presentation slides. Using the Handout Master tab, you can define how many slides print on
each page, page orientation, slide orientation, and which header and footer elements
should print. Then, use the Insert tab to add specific elements—such as company branding
or a school mascot.
Notes Master view is where you go to customize how your notes page is viewed and
printed. This is a good place to reduce the size of the slide at the top to allow more space
for your notes to appear.
For more information on customizing these master views, see “Laying the Groundwork for an
Expert Presentation” on page 665.
Slide Show View
This is the view to use when you deliver your presentation in front of an audience. It hides
the PowerPoint program window completely and shows your entire presentation, slide by
slide, with all animations, transition effects, and timings.