PowerPoint offers many different views to help you work on your presentation.
Here's a list of the different views available to you in PowerPoint. To change views, click the View menu, and click the view you want.
Normal -- Normal view shows the slide, the Outline, and the Notes text box.
Slide Sorter -- The Slide Sorter view lets you view miniature versions of all the slides. This is great when working with a large presentation and you need to find a certain slide.
Notes Page -- The Notes Page view will show a small version of the current slide along with a larger view of the Notes text box. (Similar to the Normal View except doesn't display the Show Outline.)
Slide Show -- The Slide Show command on the View menu lets you run the Slide Show.
Black and White -- The Black and White view shows a large version of the current slide in black and white and a slide miniature window with the slide in full color. Useful when you don't want to be distracted by all the colors of the presentation.
Please Note: Some of these views are only available for Microsoft PowerPoint 2000; not PowerPoint 98.
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