Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Changing Views
Selected slide New slide position
Figure 15-4
Moving a slide in the Slide Sorter view.
Figure 15-5
The Grayscale tab.
Exploring Other View Options
If you are planning on printing your slide show
and you only have a black and white printer, you
might want to see how it would look before you
print it. PowerPoint provides a couple of other
views to see how your presentation looks in
grayscale or black and white.
From either Slide Sorter view or Normal view,
choose View>Color/Grayscale>Grayscale to
see how your presentation would look in
shades of gray. A new tab as seen in Figure
15-5 appears while in Grayscale mode. Using
the Grayscale tab in Normal view you can
select any individual slide object and adjust
its tone. Choose Grayscale>Close>Back to
Color View to return to color mode.
Choose View>Color/Grayscale>Black and
White to see how your presentation would
look in black and white. Figure 15-6 shows
a slide in its full color mode, in grayscale
mode, and in black and white mode. Similar
to grayscale mode, a new tab appears while
in black and white mode. Use the Black and
White tab to adjust any image. Choose
Black And White>Close>Back to Color View
to return to color mode.
Figure 15-6
A slide in color mode, grayscale mode, and black
and white mode.
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