Microsoft Excel all menu options are explained


  Pack and Go:
 Starts the Pack and Go, Wizard, which helps you pack up a presentation so that you can run it on another computer. If you make changes to your presentation after you use the wizard, run the Pack And Go Wizard again so that you can update the information.


  Delete Slide: Deletes the current slide in slide or notes view. Deletes the selected slides in slide sorter or outline view.

  Duplicate: It makes a quick copy of a selected object. To make additional copies of the same object, click Duplicate Again (Edit menu).

  Delete Slide: Deletes the current slide in slide or notes view. Deletes the selected slides in slide sorter or outline view.

  Paste as Hyperlink: Inserts the contents of the Clipboard as a hyperlink at the insertion point, replacing any selection. This command is available only if you have cut or copied the contents of a cell or data from another program.


  Slide: Switches to slide view, where you can work on one slide at a time.

  Outline: Switches to outline view, where you can examine and work with the structure of your file in classic outline form. Work in an outline view when you need to organize and develop the content of your file.

  Slide Sorter: It displays miniature versions of all slides in a presentation, complete with text and graphics. In slide sorter view, you can reorder slides, add transitions and animation effects, and set the timings for electronic slide shows. We can select, delete, add, format, etc… multiple slides at a time.

  Notes Page: Displays the notes page for the selected slide, where you can create speaker notes for the slide. Slide 

Show (View menu) or View Show (Slide Show menu): Runs your slide show, beginning with the current slide if you're in slide view or the selected slide if you're in slide sorter view.

  Master Slide Master: Displays the slide master, where you can set the default layout and formatting for all the slides except title slides (which are controlled by the title master). For example, switch to slide master view to set the default font or to add an illustration (such as your company logo) that you want to appear on each slide. Don't add text in slide master view; switch back to slide or outline view to add text.

  Master Title Master: Displays the title master, on which you can set master styles for slides that use the Title layout.

  Master Handout Master: Displays the handout master, on which you can add or change header and footer information that you want to appear on every handout.

  Notes Master: Displays the notes master, on which you can modify the layout and formatting of your notes pages.

  Black and White: It shows the live presentation in black and white. The appearance of the slide depends on the option you select on the Black And White shortcut menu (click the right mouse button while in black and white view to show this menu). (To view the current slide in BW position)

  Slide Miniature: Turns on or turns off the slide miniature window, which displays a miniature version of the current slide, complete with text and graphics. You can't edit the slide in the slide miniature. (To view the current slide in BW and in another mode)

Speaker Notes: It displays the speaker notes for the current slide. You can include speaker notes on your printed handouts, or you can print them and then use them to remember key points during a presentation. Guides: Displays or hides the vertical and horizontal alignment guides on your slides. Use the guides to help you position and align objects on your slides.


  New Slide: Prompts you to click a slide layout, and then inserts a new slide after the active slide.

  Duplicate Slide: Inserts a copy of the current slide after the current slide. Equivalent to pressing CTRL+SHIFT+D.

  Slide Number: Adds the slide number to an individual slide. If you want to add the slide number to every slide, use the Header and Footer command (View menu). Slide Number: Adds the slide number to an individual slide. If you want to add the slide number to every slide, use the Header and Footer command (View menu).

  Tab: it inserts a tab character at the insertion point. Slides from File: Inserts slide from another presentation into the current presentation.

  Slides from Outline: Creates slides for all first-level headings in an imported outline and adds the body text as indent levels. All text that is level 6 and below is treated as level 5 text. The format for the title and text comes from the slide master in the current presentation.

  Movies and Sounds Movie from Gallery: Opens the Clip Gallery, where you can insert a video in your slide to play during a slide show.


  Font: Changes the font and character spacing formats of the selected text.

  Replace Fonts: Replaces an existing font in your presentation with another one.

  Slide Layout: Changes the layout of the selected slide or reapplies the current master styles to the placeholders if you've modified their attributes. This command does not affect objects and text outside the placeholders.

  Slide Color Scheme: Reapplies or modifies the existing color scheme or changes to a different color scheme.

  Apply Design: Applies one of the PowerPoint design templates to your presentation or uses one of your own presentations as a template. Design templates contain color schemes, slide and title masters with custom formatting, and fonts designed for a particular "look."


  Style Checker: It checks your presentation for visual clarity, punctuation, capitalization, and spelling. It also flags inconsistencies and makes corrections you specify.

  AutoClipArt: Analyzes the text content of the current presentation and suggests a list of related clip art, sounds, or videos that you can insert. Use the AutoClipArt command to quickly find a clip that represents the ideas in your presentation. (To select multiple clip arts at a time)

  PowerPoint Central: Runs PowerPoint Central. (Demos of Animations).

  Presentation Conference: Starts the Presentation Conference Wizard, which runs a presentation on two or more computers over a network or on the Internet.

  Meeting Minder: Opens the Meeting Minder, where you can take meeting minutes and record action items during a slide show. Action items appear on a new slide at the end of your slide show. You can post the action items to Microsoft Outlook, or you can transfer the minutes and action items to a Word document and then print that document.


Rehearse Timing: Runs your slide show in rehearsal mode, in which you can set or change the timing of your electronic slide show.

  Record Narration: Adds voice narration to your slide show. A sound icon appears in the lower-right corner of each slide that has narration. For recording a narration, your computer needs to have a sound card and a microphone.

  Set Up Show: Sets options for running your slide show, including the type of presentation you're making, which slides to include, whether to add sound and animation effects, the annotation pen color, and how you want to advance the slides. For more information about ways to run a slide show, click.

  View on Two Screens: Runs the Stage Manager Wizard, which sets up a presentation to run on two computers at the same time. To run a presentation on more than two computers, use the Presentation Conference command (Tools menu) instead.

  Action Button: Inserts a Custom action button where you click or drag in the active window, and then opens the Action Settings dialog box, where you can assign an action to the button.

  Action Settings: Assigns an action to the selected object or Action Button that runs when you point to or click the object with the mouse. Custom Animation: Adds or changes animation effects on the current slide. Animation effects include sounds, text and object movements, and movies that occur during a slide show.

  Animation Preview: Runs all the animation effects for the current slide in a slide-miniature window so you can see how the animation will work during the slide show.

  Slide Transition: Adds or changes the special effect that introduces a slide during a slide show. For example, you can play a sound when the slide appears, or you can make the slide fade from black.

  Hide Slide: If you are in slide sorter view, hides the selected slide. If you are in slide view, hides the current slide so that it is not automatically displayed during an electronic slide show.

  Custom Shows: Creates a custom show ¾ a presentation within a presentation. When you create a custom show, your group slides in an existing presentation so that you can easily show that section of the presentation to a particular audience and omit it for other audiences.


Fit to Page: It places each open presentation in its window, complete with the title bar, scroll bars, and view buttons. The live presentation remains in front.

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