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Chapter 5. Organizing Your Presentation ... > Understanding Outline View

Understanding Outline View

No matter which method you use to create your outline, you need to use PowerPoint's outline pane to organize this information at some point. The outline pane appears in both Normal view and Outline view in PowerPoint. In Normal view, the outline appears on the left side of the window and shares the desktop with the slide itself and related notes. In Outline view, the outline pane takes up two-thirds of the window space, with smaller panes for viewing the slide and notes.

Tip

You can change the size of a pane by dragging its border to a new location. This can be done when the cursor changes to a double-headed arrow.



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