Slide Sorter in Powerpoint

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Slide Sorter in Powerpoint






How to use Slide Sorter in Powerpoint

Slide Preview pane lets see an overall view of your presentation and Slide Sorter View can help you add jazzy transitions, build effects, or add cool animation effects to your slides.

You can switch to Slide Sorter View in two easy ways:
1. Click the Slide Sorter button at the right side of the status bar
2. Select the View tab on the Ribbon and then click the Slide Sorter button in the Presentation Views group.

 

Slide Sorter in PowerPoint also lets  you to

  1. Move a slide: To move a slide, click and drag it to a new location. Point
    to the slide and then hold down the mouse button. Drag the slide to its
    new location and release the button.
  2. Delete a slide: To delete a slide, click the slide to select it and then
    press Delete or Backspace.
  3. Add a new slide: To add a new slide, click the slide that you want the
    new slide to follow and then click the New Slide button. The Slide Layout
    task pane appears so that you can select the layout for the new slide. To
    edit the contents of the slide, return to Normal View via the view buttons
    or the View tab on the Ribbon or by double-clicking
    the new slide.

Slide Sorter view

You can get to Slide Sorter view from the task bar Shows the Slide View button in PowerPoint at the bottom of the slide window, or from the View tab on the ribbon.

Slide Sorter view (below) displays all the slides in your presentation in horizontally sequenced, thumbnails. Slide show view is helpful if you need to reorganize your slides—you can just click and drag your slides to a new location, or add sections to organize your slides into meaningful groups.

 

Shows Slide Sorter View in PowerPoint

 

Views for creating your presentation

Normal view

You can get to Normal view from the task bar Normal View button in PowerPoint at the bottom of the slide window, or from the View tab on the ribbon.

Normal view is the editing mode where you’ll work most frequently to create your slides. Below, Normalview displays slide thumbnails on the left, a large window showing the current slide, and a section below the current slide where you can type your speaker notes for that slide.

Shows the Normal View in PowerPoint

Slide Sorter view

You can get to Slide Sorter view from the task bar Shows the Slide View button in PowerPoint at the bottom of the slide window, or from the Viewtab on the ribbon.

Slide Sorter view (below) displays all the slides in your presentation in horizontally sequenced, thumbnails. Slide show view is helpful if you need to reorganize your slides—you can just click and drag your slides to a new location, or add sections to organize your slides into meaningful groups.

Shows Slide Sorter View in PowerPoint

For more information about sections, see Organize your PowerPoint slides into sections.

Notes Page view

You can show or hide your speakers notes with the Notes button notes button in PowerPoint at the bottom of the slide window, or you can get to Notes Page view from the View tab on the ribbon.

The Notes pane is located beneath the slide window. You can print your notes or include the notes in a presentation that you send to the audience, or just use them as cues for yourself while you’re presenting.

Shows the speaker Notes pane in PowerPoint

For more information about notes, see Add speaker notes to your slides.

Outline view

You can get to Outline view from the View tab on the ribbon. (In PowerPoint 2013 and later, you can no longer get to Outline view from Normal view. You have to get to it from the View tab.)

Use Outline view to create an outline or story board for your presentation. It displays only the text on your slides, not pictures or other graphical items.

Shows Outline View in PowerPoint

Master views

To get to a master view, on the View tab, in the Master Views group, choose the master view that you want.

Master views include, SlideHandout, and Notes. The key benefit to working in a master view is that you can make universal style changes to every slide, notes page, or handout associated with your presentation.

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