Chapter 13. Working In Outline View

Outline view displays each slide's title and main text, such as bulleted items, in classic outline form (Figures 13.1 and 13.2). Outline view is ideal for seeing the structure of your presentation, for reorganizing bulleted points, and for reordering slides. It also offers a quick way to type a series of bulleted lists. In this chapter, you will see how easy it is to type lists, insert new slides, and move slides around.

In Windows, Outline view has three panes; drag the pane borders to adjust the amount of space allocated to each area.

Figure 13.1. In Windows, Outline view has three panes; drag the pane borders to adjust the amount of space allocated to each area.

Figure 13.2. In Mac OS, Outline view displays an outline of the ...

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