23. Get familiar with PowerPoint Views Normal View – which is the default view you see here Slide Sorter View – lets you see all the slides in your presentation Notes View – lets you add personal notes to go with each slide
24. Slide Work with one slide at a time, add or change text and graphics, or draw shapes. Outline Work with only the slide title and traditional outline form. Slide Sorter Display miniature versions of all slides, including texts and graphics Use this view to change the order slides, add transitions, and set timings for electronic slide shows. Notes Pages Create speaker's notes for each slide. Slide Show Display your presentation as an on-screen electronic slide show.
26. Choosing a New Presentation If You… Choose… Need help with content and design (no clue how to begin) New from AutoContent Wizard Have content but need help with design From Design Template Have design and content in mind New/Blank Presentation Want to create from a similar presentation New from existing presentation
37. Use the Outline view to write content quickly. Sometimes tackling both the look and the content at once is a bit overwhelming. Why not try getting your thoughts down in the Outline view quickly and then build from there?
76. Handout Master PowerPoint allows you to automatically create printable handout slides to accompany your presentation. You can select different sizes for your slides to display on the printed handouts