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Hour 12. Editing and Arranging Your Pres... > Getting Acquainted with PowerPoint's...

Getting Acquainted with PowerPoint's Views

As do all the Office 2003 products, PowerPoint allows you to change the screen's view to make certain tasks more manageable. Therefore, you produce presentations more quickly if you master PowerPoint's views now and learn the advantages and disadvantages of each view.

When you first start PowerPoint and work on a specific presentation, PowerPoint displays a three-pane view (called the Normal view) with the presentation's Slide tab and Outline tab in the left pane, a specific slide's content in the top center (called the slide pane), and the notes pane at the bottom of the screen. The notes pane is where you can type notes for the speaker. (Later in this section, you will read about this notes pane.) The task pane is technically not considered part of a view because a different task pane appears depending on what you do within the same view.



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