Learn PowerPoint 2011: Slide Area in PowerPoint for Mac

Created: Saturday, April 9, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 6:38 am

The Slide area in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac includes the actual slide, the slide workspace (blank area surrounding the slide), and the scrollbars that let you navigate to other slides (or the same slide when you zoom the view to a larger percentage). We discuss each of these individual interface elements in this tutorial.

Learn about the slide area in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac, and what you can do to make your slide editing easier and more productive.

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