Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Working with Collapsible Tab Groups
Contextual tab. A tab that appears only when certain content is selected, such as
a graphic or a chart. The context name appears above the tab name. In Figure 1.13,
Drawing Tools is the context name for the Format tab.
Group. A section of a tab. The Home tab shown in Figure 1.13 has the following
groups: Clipboard, Slides, Font, Paragraph, Drawing, and Editing.
Dialog box launcher. A small icon that is in the bottom-right corner of a group and
from which you can open a dialog box related to that group.
To i nd out what a toolbar button does, point the mouse at it. A ScreenTip pops up explaining it.
Working with Collapsible Tab Groups
Within a tab, groups can expand or collapse depending on the width of the PowerPoint
window. When the window is large enough, everything within each group is fully expanded
so that each item has its own button. When the window is smaller, groups start collapsing
so that all groups remain visible. At fi rst, large buttons get smaller and stack vertically; if
that’s not enough, then groups collapse into single large buttons with drop-down lists from
which you can select the individual commands. Figure 1.14 shows the same tab in three
different widths for comparison.
The size of the PowerPoint window determines how much the groups are collapsed or
expanded on the Ribbon.
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