Occurs when a slide show designer shares a file with reviewers so they can make comments and changes to their copies of the slides and then return the file to the designer
REVIEW CYCLE
A description that normally does not display as part of the slide show; it can be used to clarify information that my be difficult to understand, to pose questions, or to communicate suggestions
COMMENT
Add notes to giving explanation or comment; mark up
ANNOTATE
A private combination of characters that allows users to open a file
PASSWORD
Work together on an activity, especially to produce or create something
COLLABORATE
Allows a user to insert a slide from another presentation into the user's current presentation
REUSE SLIDES
Changing the file by adding or deleting text on a slide or in a comment
EDIT
Capturing an image of part of an object in another file that is open on the computer
SNIP
The area at the top of a slide
HEADER
The area at the bottom of a slide
FOOTER
A save option that will automatically begin a presentation in Slide Show View when opened
POWERPOINT SHOW
Allows users to view presentations created with a previous version of PowerPoint
POWERPOINT VIEWER
Used to see which elements in a presentation will not function in earlier versions of PowerPoint
COMPATIBILITY CHECKER
Provides a quick and efficient method of searching for and deleting inappropriate or confidential information
DOCUMENT INSPECTOR
A option in PowerPoint that changes the file to a read-only document that cannot be edited
MARK AS FINAL
Verifies that file contents are authentic and valid
DIGITAL SIGNATURE
Contains buttons that allow you to navigate to the next slide or previous slide, mark up the current slide, or change the current display
SLIDE SHOW TOOLBAR