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Chapter�3.�The KPresenter Screen

Neil Lucock

Krishna Tateneni

Here is the default KPresenter Screen Layout.

At the top there is the menubar. All KPresenter functions are available from the menus, which are described in detail in Chapter�6, The Menu and Toolbar Items .

Below the menubar are the toolbars. There are several toolbars. You may hide and show toolbars as you prefer. The toolbars are described in detail in the section called “The Toolbars”.

The Outline and Preview panes give an overview of your entire presentation. The Preview pane provides thumbnails of each slide, and allows you to drag and drop to change the order. The Outline pane provides a hierarchal tree of each slide, and also the objects inside the slides. As well as overview, this allows you to easily select objects which may be covered by others, or are otherwise difficult to grab directly on the slide.




 
 
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