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Office 2010 Made Simple by Guy Hart-Davis

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Navigating the PowerPoint Window

When you first open a presentation, PowerPoint usually displays it in Normal view. In this view, the PowerPoint window contains three panes: the Navigation pane, the Slide pane, and the Notes pane. Figure 19–5 explains these three panes and the other main elements of the PowerPoint interface.

TIP: You can resize the Slide pane, Navigation pane, and Notes pane by dragging the borders that separate them. For example, you may want to widen the Slides pane to make the thumbnail pictures larger so that you can identify the slides more easily.

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Figure 19–5. In Normal view, the Navigation pane appears on the left ...

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