Presentation terminology

Publish

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On Premises

.css - file extension used for a Cascading Style Sheet.

content slide - slides containing the body of information for the presentation, uses different background and typography to differentiate them from title slides.

control bar - in the published presentation the narrow bar at the bottom of the frameset that contains the controls for playing and stopping a slide show and showing or hiding the contents frame.

footer frame - area at the bottom of the frameset, used for the control bar.

handouts - the presentation published to Word, with one slide per page.

presentation - collection of information published using specific backgrounds and typography, and delivered as a slide show viewed on a browser or as handouts. Act of presenting information to an audience. Represented in Author-it by a book.

presentation theme - look and feel created for a presentation, created through the use of background images and typography and applied using a book template.

slide - in the published output a single screen or page of information. Represented in Author-it by a topic.

slide frame - area at the left of the frameset, used for the title and content slides.

slide show - published presentation where a group of slides are viewed in a browser.

style sheet - file containing formatting instructions for backgrounds and styles.

table of contents - in the published presentation the list of slides included in the slide show.

table of contents frame - area at the right side of the frameset, used for the Table of Contents.

title slide - slide used to open (and usually close) a slide show, uses different background and typography to differentiate them from content slides.

toc - Table of Contents.