What are Presentation views in Microsoft PowerPoint

Presentation views are different ways of displaying a PowerPoint presentation on your computer screen or a projector. They allow you to edit, rehearse, and present your slides in different modes. There are seven presentation views in PowerPoint:

– Normal view: This is the default view where you can create and edit your slides. You can see the slide pane, the outline pane, the notes pane, and the slide sorter.
– Slide sorter view: This view shows you thumbnails of all your slides in a grid. You can rearrange, duplicate, delete, or hide slides in this view. You can also apply transitions and timings to your slides.
– Notes page view: This view shows you one slide at a time with the speaker notes below it. You can print the notes pages for your reference or for your audience.
– Reading view: This view shows you a full-screen preview of your presentation with minimal distractions. You can navigate through the slides using the arrow keys or the navigation bar at the bottom.
– Slide show view: This view shows you a full-screen presentation of your slides as they will appear to your audience. You can use the mouse, keyboard, or presenter tools to control the slide show.
– Presenter view: This view is available when you have two monitors connected to your computer. It shows you a different view of your presentation on each monitor. On one monitor, you can see the current slide, the next slide, your notes, and a timer. On the other monitor, your audience can see only the current slide.
– Master views: These are special views that let you modify the design and layout of your slides, notes, and handouts. You can access them from the View tab on the ribbon. There are three master views:

– Slide master view: This view lets you edit the slide master and the layout masters for your presentation. The slide master is the main slide that controls the appearance of all the slides in your presentation. The layout masters are variations of the slide master that define how different elements are arranged on each slide type.
– Notes master view: This view lets you edit the notes master for your presentation. The notes master controls the appearance of the notes pages that you can print for yourself or your audience.
– Handout master view: This view lets you edit the handout master for your presentation. The handout master controls the appearance of the handouts that you can print for your audience. What are Presentation views in Microsoft PowerPoint. Microsoft PowerPoint tutorial.
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