Get to know the Powerpoint 2016 program display

Powerpoint 2016 program display

Slidesto.com – In the Microsoft Powerpoint display or working window, there are still more tabs containing command buttons which are often called the Ribbon Menu. This ribbon menu model has been introduced by Microsoft since the release of the Microsoft Office 2007 series until now, of course with the addition of several new menus.

Below I will explain several components of the Powerpoint 2016 Program work area display.

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Quick Acces Toolbar

Quick Acces Toolbar

This is a standard toolbar that contains frequently used commands, such as the Save, Undo, Redo and Open buttons.

Group

Group powerpoint menu

This is a section that contains a set of command buttons located under the Menu Tab.

Title Bar

Title Bar

This is a bar that shows the name of the work window or the name of the file that is currently open or active.

Tabs Menu

Tabs Menu

Contains menu groups which contain a set of command buttons.

Ribbon Display Option

Ribbon Display Option

Function to adjust the appearance of the Menu Tab with options as below:

  • Auto Hide Ribbon, used to hide the Tabs menu and the command buttons in it
  • Show Tabs, is used to display only the menu tab, however if the menu tab is selected then the menu group below it will still appear and when the cursor is active again in the work area it will be hidden automatically.
  • Show Tabs and Commands, used to display the Tab menu and group menu buttons below it.

Panel Slide

Panel Slide

Contains a collection of slides that are in the active/open work window.

Note

Note

Used to open the Note Area which is useful for making notes below slides.

Slide

Slide powerpoint

This is a worksheet for designing your presentation.

Read also: Get to know the Powerpoint 2016 Ribbon Menu Tab

View Slide

View Slide

It is an element of the Microsoft Powerpoint work window which contains 4 command buttons, namely:

  • Normal, displays Slides in Normal or Default conditions.
  • Slide Sorter, displays all slides in a small size like thumbnails.
  • Reading View,
  • Slide Show, used to display slides in full screen size.

Dialog Box Button

Dialog Box Button

Used to open a dialog box for the group in question.

Zoom Level

Zoom Level

Used to enlarge or reduce the display of the slide work area.

Read also: Other Basic Getting to Know Microsoft Powerpoint 2016

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