Learn PowerPoint 2010: Task Panes

Created: Tuesday, September 28, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



The Task Pane is a docked window within the PowerPoint 2010 interface that provides more options than normal dialog boxes — also unlike most dialog boxes, you can view both the active slide(s) and the Task Pane at the same time — thus the task panes provide a more streamlined workflow. Task Panes made their debut with PowerPoint 2002 (XP) — and for most of the time, they work in exactly the same way in PowerPoint 2010 except for one big difference — you can now have more than one Task Pane visible at the same time.

Learn more about the Task Pane in PowerPoint 2010.

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