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The following are words and definitions that you should know and be able to use with presentations:
active slide - the slide currently selected or displayed
animations - how objects move
custom animation options - Add animations to objects including entrance, exit, emphasis, and motion path.
footer - an area at the bottom of a slide in which you can enter a date, slide number, or other information
handouts - printed copies of the presentation for the audience to refer to during and after the slide show
header - an area at the top of a slice in which you can enter a date or other information that repeats for each page
hyperlinks - click to go immediately to a different slide or web address
landscape orientation - a slide or printout is wider than it is tall
normal view - powerpoint's default view that displays the slide pane, the notes pane, and the slides/outline pane
placeholders - designated areas in powerpoint layouts that can be used to easily insert text, graphics, or multimedia objects
presentation - a set of slides or handouts that contains information you want to convey to an audience
portrait orientation - a slide or printout is taller than it is wide
slide - space to put objects, animation, backgrounds
slide design options - Use slide templates that include colored backgrounds, text box styles, bullet styles
slide layout - prearranged sets of placeholders for various types of slide content
slide layout options - Use slide templates that include title and subtitle, title only, title and text (bullets)
slide show - all slides are shown one at a time on full screen with transitions and animations
slide transition options - Decide how one slide advances to the next
task pane - area to right that contains slide layout, design, custom animation, slide animation, slide transition, clip art
theme - formatting feature that applies a background, colors, fonts, and effects to all slides in a presentation
transitions - effect from one slide to the next