Working with Menus and Toolbars

Working with Menus and Toolbars

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To view the contents of a menu, click the menu name . The menu drops down from the menu bar to reveal a list of commands.

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To execute a command, click the command name.

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PowerPoint carries out the command, which may sometimes involve you selecting additional options from a dialog box.

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Some commands reveal an additional submenu of commands. Move the mouse pointer over the command to view a submenu.

INTRODUCTION

Use PowerPoint's menus and toolbars to execute commands and perform tasks . The menu bar groups related commands and tasks under menu names . For example, the File menu includes commands to help you work with PowerPoint files. Toolbars contain clickable shortcuts, in the form of buttons , to common commands.

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Opening Dialog Boxes

Menu commands followed by three dots open a dialog box of more options you can choose from.

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Issuing Keyboard Commands

You can also use your keyboard to execute menu commands in PowerPoint. Pressing the Alt key along with the underlined letter in a menu name opens the menu onscreen.

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To execute a toolbar command, click the command's toolbar button.

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PowerPoint carries out the command, which may involve you selecting additional options from a dialog box.

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To view additional toolbar buttons, click the Toolbar Options button.

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A pop-up menu of additional buttons appears. Click a button to execute the command.

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Using Shortcut Keys

Shortcut keys appear next to certain command names and allow you to execute the command without using a menu. For example, you can press F7 to access the Spelling command.

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Which Button Is Which?

To find out the name of any toolbar button, simply move your mouse over the button and pause. A ScreenTip appears with the button name.

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Hiding and Displaying Toolbars

To hide a toolbar so that it no longer appears on the screen, select View, Toolbars , and then select the toolbar you want to hide. To display the toolbar again, repeat this procedure.



Easy Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003
Easy Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003
ISBN: 0789729644
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 193

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