PowerPoint’s Desktop

Created: Thursday, June 2, 2005, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 10:59 am



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When you first open PowerPoint XP (2002) and PowerPoint 2003, there are 4 window panes visible on the PowerPoint desktop. In the Outline Pane you can choose to have the outline of your slides showing by using the Outline tab or the thumbnail version of the slides by using the Slides tab. More on the BellaOnline site…


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