PowerPoint Chapter 4-5

Visual Literacy

Ability to examine and assess graphical images.

SmartArt Graphics

Visual representation of your ideas.

Text Pane

Allows you to create the message without concern for the graphic.

Legend

Box that identifies each slice of the pie chart.

Footer

The are at the bottom of the slide.

Dimension

Total number of rows and columns in a table.

Active Cell

One cell surrounded by a heavy border.

Mark as Final

Used to make a presentation read-only.

Navigating

Jumping to particular slides in a presentation.

Clustered column chart

Default chart type in Excel.

Cells

Intersections of rows and columns.

Columns

Identified by letters displayed above the worksheet grid.

Snip

Capturing art of an Object in a Presentation.

Review Cycle

Sharing a file with multiple reviewers.

PowerPoint Viewer

Shows presentation on computer that has Microsoft Windows but not PowerPoint installed.

SmartArt Style

Professionally designed effects used to customize a presentation.

PowerPoint Show

File type that automatically begins running the presentation when opened.

Collaborate

To work with other PowerPoint users on a document.

Comment

Description that does not display during slide show.

Table

Grid consisting of rows and columns.

Rows

Identified by numbers displayed on left side of the worksheet grid.

Compatibility Checker

Identifies presentation elements that will not function.

Header

The area at the top of a slide