miércoles, 23 de junio de 2010

pantalla principal de Microsoft Power Point 2007 con sus partes principales y sus funciones.

Office button: Opens the Office menu, from which you can open, save, print, and start new presentations.
Quick Access Toolbar: A small toolbar next to the Office button contains shortcuts for some of the most common commands.
Title bar: Identifies the PowerPoint program running and the name of the active presentation.
Minimize button: Shrinks the application window to a bar on the taskbar; you click its button on the taskbar to reopen it.
Maximize/Restore button: If the window is maximized (full screen), click will changes it to windowed (not full screen) and vice versa.
Close button: Closes the application.
Ribbon: Functions as a combination of menu bar and toolbar, offering tabbed "pages" of buttons, lists, and commands.
Presentation window: Where active PowerPoint slide(s) appear where you work on the slide.
Status bar: Reports information about the presentation and provides shortcuts for changing the view and the zoom.

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