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pelaski1

  • 2 years ago

Ryan has specific points that he wants to include in his presentation, but his presentation will look too wordy if he adds them to the slides. What can he use so those points are visible only to him during the presentation?

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  1. pelaski1
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    A. Slide Sorter B. Notes pane C. Formatting toolbar D. Preview page

  2. Study23
    • 2 years ago
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    Someone in the Comp Sci Group will help you the best for answers.

  3. pelaski1
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    bro are u gonna be there

  4. Study23
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    No. But the Comp Sci Group has members online.

  5. pelaski1
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    yeah they dont answer i try already

  6. Study23
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    OpenStudy is not meant to be a place for answers to homework, fyi

  7. pelaski1
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    darn

  8. benice
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    try google each defintion ...eg Slide Sorter It allows you to type in notes about the presentation slide you are working on. They can be printed out. You can have them with you as you are running the presentation. This can be a help to you to remind you of things that you want to say when giving your presentation. They will not appear on the screen when the presentation is running, so your audience will not see them, but you would not want them to. They are for your use to help you as you give your presentation. Notes pane It allows you to type in notes about the presentation slide you are working on. They can be printed out. You can have them with you as you are running the presentation. This can be a help to you to remind you of things that you want to say when giving your presentation. They will not appear on the screen when the presentation is running, so your audience will not see them, but you would not want them to. They are for your use to help you as you give your presentation. Formatting the toolbar is just adding in progrom shortcuts perview page is just what is says.... google is your friend ... i would go with b

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