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Office 2010 Made Simple by Guy Hart-Davis

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Using Views to Work on Your Presentation

So far in this chapter, you've seen PowerPoint in Normal view, plus a brief visit to Slide Sorter view in the previous section. Altogether, PowerPoint provides four different views to help you work swiftly and easily on your presentations: Normal view, Slide Sorter view, Reading view, and Slide Show view.

The easiest way to switch views is to click the appropriate view button in the View Shortcuts group at the right end of the status bar (see Figure 19–10).

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Figure 19–10. Click a view button in the View Shortcuts group on the status bar to change views quickly. In Normal view, click the Fit Slide to ...

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