3-D charts are any charts that have a three-dimensional appearance, that is, height, width, and depth.
3-D Surface Chart
3-D surface charts show relationships between large amounts of data that would otherwise be difficult to see.
Action buttons are buttons that you create in a presentation that perform an action when you click them. You can have an action button start a video, give information, play a sound, or move to a hyperlink.
A small program or utility that extends the functionality of a program.
The yellow diamond you use to change the form of a shape without changing its size.
A moving picture in GIF format or video file that you can add to slide.
Animation effects are builds, movement, and other special effects that can be applied to objects and text to add interest and variety to a presentation.
In Slide Sorter view, the animation icon is displayed under all slides that have animation applied to them.
Use the Animation Preview command on the Slide Show menu to preview the animation effect in the thumbnail.
A set of animations that you can apply to the text and graphics on your slides to keep your audience focused and to reinforce the message of a presentation.
Animations are effects that allow you to reveal the points on a slide one by one.
The PowerPoint application window holds the current presentation. It consists of the default toolbars, but many of the tools and menu items are not available if a presentation is not open.
Area charts show the relative importance of values over a period of time, placing emphasis on the amount of change.
Audience handouts are small, printed versions of your slides that can contain an area for notes. They are usually printed and distributed to the audience.
Use the AutoClipArt command to begin a concept keyword search of your slideshow. PowerPoint searches your slideshow for keywords that relate to the keywords associated with clip art images in the Clip Gallery.
Auto Content Wizard
The AutoContent Wizard guides you through a number of formatting selections that will help you develop a clear, professional style for your presentation.
Auto Layouts are slide layouts that have ready-made placeholders for titles, text, and objects such as clip art, graphs, and charts.
AutoShapes are the shapes that are drawn automatically when you click the button representing the shape, and drag the drawing tool to the desired size.
A feature that corrects common capitalization and spelling errors (such as changing as ?teh? to ?the?) as you type them.