Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Display different views of a presentation
To set the size of slides
1. On the Design tab, in the Customize group, click the Slide Size button, and then
click Custom Slide Size .
2. In the Slide Size dialog box, do either of the following, and then click OK :
In the Slides sized for list, select the size you want.
In the Slides sized for list, click Custom . Then in the Width and Height boxes,
specify the slide dimensions you want.
3. In the Microsoft PowerPoint dialog box that opens, click Maximize to ensure that
no blank space is added to the slide, or Ensure Fit to ensure that all existing
content its on the slide.
To set the orientation of slides, notes, handouts, or the outline
1. On the Design tab, in the Customize group, click the Slide Size button, and then
click Custom Slide Size .
2. In the Orientation area of the Slide Size dialog box, select the Portrait or Landscape
option for Slides and for Notes, Handouts & Outline , and then click OK .
Display different views of a presentation
PowerPoint has several views in which you can create, organize, and display slides:
Normal This is the default view. You can work with the content of a specific slide
and enter development and delivery notes.
Slide Sorter In this view, the slides of the presentation are displayed as thumbnails
so that you can easily reorganize them and apply transitions and timings.
Reading View In this view, each slide ills the screen. You use this view to preview
the presentation.
Slide Show In this view, each slide ills the screen. You use this view to deliver the
presentation to an audience.
Notes Page In this view, each slide is displayed at the top of a page where you can
add speaker notes. You can add speaker notes that consist of only text in the Notes
pane in Normal view. 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.
Slide Master, Handout Master, or Notes Master In these views, the masters that
control the default design of the presentation components are displayed. You can
make changes to the overall design by working with these masters.
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