Customizing the view


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Customizing the view

Microsoft understands that not everyone works in the exact same way. I'd like to use this opportunity to demonstrate a few ways that we can customize our View of PowerPoint. Note that the ability to customize our Ribbon, including the Quick Access toolbar, is in its own video called Customizing the Ribbon. Let's get started. Most of the options to control the PowerPoint interface are in the View tab of the Ribbon. We will start from the left, and then we will cover a few important settings that aren't in the View tab. The Presentations View Group gives us four ways to work with, or view, our presentation.

Normally, you'll use Normal View, hence its name. But when you want to see the bigger picture, choose Slide Sorter. This gives you thumbnails of every slide. Here, you can rearrange the order of your slides. The Notes View changes the layout to an 8.5 x 11 piece of paper. Each slide gets its own page. Here, you can customize what the presenter will see if you print out pr...

Customizing the view
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Customizing the view provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Essential Training

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