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Normal and Outline views
Normal and Outline views
Normal view, shown in Figure 20.9, is a very fl exible view that contains a little bit of
everything. In the center is the Slide pane, where the active slide appears; and to its left is the
Thumbnails pane, containing a set of thumbnail images that represent the presentation’s
slides.
FIGURE 20.9
Normal view, the default, shows slide thumbnails at the left and an editing window
at the right.
Slide
pane
Thumbnails
pane
Notes pane
(optional)
Click here to toggle
Notes pane on/off
Outline view (shown in Figure 20.10) is identical to Normal view except instead of the slide
thumbnails on the left, you see a text outline. (Note that the outline omits any sections
created in the presentation.)
An optional Notes pane is available at the bottom of the window; click Notes on the status
bar to display or hide it. An optional Comments pane appears and disappears on the right
when you click Comments on the status bar.
Each of the panes in Normal view has its own scroll bar, so you can move in it
independently of the other panes. You can resize the panes by dragging the dividers between
the panes. For example, to give the notes area more room, point the mouse pointer at the
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