Presentation Software Terminology - Letter S
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Definition of a screen clipping as used in PowerPoint.
Screenshot (or Screen Shot)
Definition of a screenshot as used in the program PowerPoint.
What are Selection Handles?
What are selection handles and how are they used in PowerPoint?
Definition of shortcut keys.
What is a Shortcut Menu?
Definition of a shortcut menu.
A slide is a single page of a digital presentation created in presentation software programs such as PowerPoint and OpenOffice Impress.
The slide layout in PowerPoint is the arrangement of all the items that make up your slide, such as title, graphics or text boxes.
What is a Slide Master in PowerPoint?
The slide master in PowerPoint is a template that contains preset layouts, colors and fonts for PowerPoint presentations.
A slide show is the presentation of all the digital slides created in programs such as PowerPoint and OpenOffice Impress, shown one after the other, just as on a slide projector of old.
What is Slide Sorter View?
A window in Microsoft PowerPoint that displays thumbnail versions of all your slides, arranged in horizontal rows.
What is SmartArt? Definition of SmartArt.
What are PowerPoint Speaker Notes?
Speaker notes are used by presenters for reference.
What is a Splash screen?
In Windows Movie Maker or other movie making software, the Storyboard is an editing area located at the bottom of the window. It is a panel of pictures or other movie clips, laid out in the sequence that they will be shown in the movie.
The summary slide feature in Microsoft PowerPoint creates one new slide with a list of all the titles of the slides in the presentation.