Presentation Views in Powerpoint 2010


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PowerPoint supports multiple views to allow users to maximise benefits the features available in the program. Each view supports a different set functions and is designed accordingly.

PowerPoint views can be accessed from two locations.

  • Views can be access quickly from the bottom bar just to the left of the zoom settings

Presentation Views in Powerpoint 2010

  • Views can also be access from the Presentation Views section in the View ribbon

Presentation Views in Powerpoint 2010

Here is a short description of the various views and their features.

Normal View

This is the default view in PowerPoint and this is primarily used to create and edit slides. You can create/ delete/ edit/ rearrange slides, add/ remove/ modify content and manipulate sections from this view.

Presentation Views in Powerpoint 2010

Slide Sorter View

This view is primarily used to sort slides and rearrange them. This view is also ideal to add or remove sections as it presents the slides in a more compact manner making it easier to rearrange them.

Presentation Views in Powerpoint 2010

Reading View

This view is new to PowerPoint 2010 and it was created mainly to review the slide show without losing access to rest of the Windows applications. Typically when you run the slide show, the presentation takes up the entire screen so other applications cannot be accessed from the taskbar. In the reading view the taskbar is still available while viewing the slide show which is convenient. You cannot make any modifications from this view.

Presentation Views in Powerpoint 2010

Slide Show

This is the traditional slide show view available in all the earlier versions of PowerPoint. This view is used to run the slide show during presentation.

Presentation Views in Powerpoint 2010


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