Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Tip While developing a presentation, you can display it in grayscale to preview the color
scheme as it will appear when printed on a monochrome printer.
To display a different view of a presentation ➤
➜ On the View tab, in the Presentation Views group, click the Normal , Outline View ,
Slide Sorter , Notes Page , or Reading View button.
➜ On the View Shortcuts toolbar at the right end of the status bar, click the Normal ,
Slide Sorter , or Reading View button.
➜ On the View tab, in the Color/Grayscale group, click the Grayscale button.
The practice file for these tasks is located in the MOSPowerPoint2013\Objective1
practice file folder. Save the results of the tasks in the same folder.
Open the PowerPoint_1-3 presentation, and then complete the following tasks:
Set the title of the presentation to Vacation Ideas and the Status to In
Display the presentation in Slide Sorter view, and then select all the slides.
Set the slide size to On-screen Show (4:3), and then click the Maximize
option. Notice the effect of this selection on the text on slide 2 and the
image on slides 3 through 5.
Undo the slide size change. Then reselect the slide size, and click the
Ensure Fit option.
Display the presentation in Slide Master view. Select the image on the
slide master, and then invoke the Reset Picture & Size command in the
Adjust group on the Format tool tab. Ensure that the image is
centeraligned with the content pane, and then close Slide Master view.
Display the presentation as it would appear in grayscale, and then as it
would appear in black and white. Notice the changes required to make the
presentation content visible and effective in each of those color schemes.