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Understanding PowerPoint views
Understanding PowerPoint views
To help you create, organize, and display presentations, PowerPoint provides the
following views:
Normal view This is the default view. This view displays slide thumbnails in the
Thumbnail pane and the active slide in the Slide pane. You can work with the
content of a specific slide and enter development and delivery notes.
Outline view This view displays slide titles and text content in the Outline pane,
and the active slide in the Slide pane. You can modify text in the outline or on the
adjacent slide. You can reorder slide content and slides in the outline.
Slide Sorter view In this view, the slides of the presentation are displayed as
thumbnails so that you can easily reorganize them and apply transitions and
timings.
See Also For information about slide transitions, see section 4.1, “Apply transitioning
between slides” and section 4.3, “Set timing for transitions and animations.” For
information about slide timings, see section 1.5, “Configure and present slide shows.”
Notes Page view In this view, each slide is displayed at the top of a page where you
can add speaker notes. In the Notes pane in Normal view, you can add speaker notes
that consist of only text. However, to create speaker notes that contain elements
other than text, such as a graphic or a chart, you must be in Notes Page view.
Reading view In this view, each slide ills the screen. You use this view to preview
the presentation. You cannot edit slides in this view.
Slide Show view In this view, each slide ills the screen. You use this view to deliver
the presentation to an audience.
Slide Master view, Handout Master view, or Notes Master view In these views,
you can make changes to the master slides that control the default design of the
presentation components.
See Also For more information about views, see section 1.3, “Customize presentation
options and views.”
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