Computer application II (use of packages) windows, msword, powerpoint, excel and internet table of content chapter One



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  • The Microsoft PowerPoint window displays components, such as:

    • Title bar

    • Menu bar

    • Toolbar

    • Task Pane

    • Slide pane

    • Slides tab

    • Outline tab

    • Status bar

    • Notes pane




NAMES

FUNCTION

Title bar

Displays the name of the current presentation

Menu bar

Consists of menus, such as File, Edit, and View

Each menu consists of commands that enable you to perform corresponding actions, e.g., Edit menu contains Copy command that enables you to copy text or images to the clipboard



Toolbar

Contains buttons that provide easy access to the commands and functions of PowerPoint

By default, PowerPoint displays the Standard, Formatting, and Drawing toolbars

To display or hide a toolbar, select the View à Toolbars command from the Menu bar and select the appropriate toolbar

To move a toolbar, place the cursor at the left-most corner of the toolbar and move the cursor until it changes to a 4-headed arrow

Then, drag the toolbar to the position where you want to place the toolbar


Task Pane

Located on the right side of the screen, the task pane changes depending on the current status of presentation

This component provides shortcuts for performing commonly used commands, such as creating new presentations or applying character formatting

For example, to display the New Presentation task pane, you can select the File à New command


Slide pane

It is the workspace that is used to create slides.

Slides tab

It enables you to display a miniature image of the presentation slides

Click the image to view the corresponding slide in the slide pane.



Outline tab

It enables you to display an outline of the slide content.

Rulers


Rulers are vertical and horizontal guides. You use them to determine where you want to place an object. They are marked in inches.

Placeholders


Placeholders hold the objects in your slide. You use placeholders to hold text, clip art, and charts.



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