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Περιοχή Παραθύρου στο PowerPoint 13

Windows Area in PowerPoint 13

Έχετε ποτέ θελήσει, να εναλλαχθείτε μεταξύ ανοιχτών Παρουσιάσεων στο PowerPoint; Έχετε ποτέ θελήσει να τακτοποιήσετε τα παράθυρα σε Επικάλυψη (Cascade); Απλώς διαβάσετε την παρακάτω ανάρτηση, και θα δείτε πώς μπορούν να γίνουν αυτά μαζί με κάποιες άλλες χρήσιμες εντολές.

Θα πρέπει να ανοίξουμε τις Παρουσιάσεις (Presentations), έπειτα να επιλέξουμε το tab Προβολή (View), και έπειτα να εντοπίσουμε την περιοχή της κορδέλας που ονομάζεται Παράθυρο (View) όπως εμφανίζεται στην παρακάτω εικόνα. Σε αυτήν της περιοχής της κορδέλας, μπορούμε να κάνουμε τα ακόλουθα που θα περιγραφούν παρακάτω:

  • Νέο Παράθυρο (New Window): Μπορούμε να ανοίξουμε ένα δεύτερο παράθυρο για το έγγραφό μας, ώστε να μπορούμε να εργαστούμε σε διαφορετικά σημεία ταυτόχρονα.
  • Τακτοποίηση Όλων (Arrange All): Μπορούμε να παραθέσουμε τα ανοιχτά παράθυρά μας, ώστε να μπορούμε να τα δούμε όλα ταυτόχρονα.
  • Παράθυρα Σε Επικάλυψη (Cascade): Μπορούμε να δούμε όλα τα ανοιχτά παράθυρα να επικαλύπτονται στην οθόνη.
  • Μετακίνηση Διαίρεσης (Move Split): Μπορούμε να μετακινήσουμε τους διαχωριστές, που διαχωρίζουν τα διάφορα τμήματα του παραθύρου.
  • Εναλλαγή Παραθύρων (Switch Windows): Μπορούμε να μεταβούμε γρήγορα σε ένα άλλο ανοιχτό παράθυρο.

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Windows Area in PowerPoint 13

Have you ever wanted, to Switch between open Presentations in PowerPoint? Have you ever wanted to Cascade the open Presentations in order to see them all at once? Just read this post below, and you will find out how, along with other useful commands available.

We must first open our Presentations, then select the View tab, and then locate the area on the ribbon named Window as shown in the image below. In this area of the ribbon, we can do one of the following, which will be described below:

  • New Window: We can open a second window for our document, in order to work on it, in different places at the same time.
  • Arrange All: We can stack our open windows so we can see all of them at once.
  • Cascade: We can see all our open windows overlapped on the screen.
  • Move Split: We can move the splitters, which separate the different panes of the window.
  • Switch Windows: We can quickly switch to another open window.

Open Presentation


How to View Multiple Documents

Many times while working with multiple Microsoft Office documents can be devastating, especially when we are working on a single screen, which must people do! Microsoft Office though, helps us to make it easier to work with multiple documents, with different views and most of all, all at once. For example, we can compare side-by-side the content of documents, instead of minimizing and maximizing documents over and over again, or even arrange all the windows in tiles, or even splitting a long document into two scrollable panes so we can see different sections of the document at the same time.

In order to see all the functions we will have to open at least two or more Microsoft Office documents, and then we must select the View Tab, and from the area of the ribbon named Window we can do one of the following:

1. Arrange All: All the documents will tile up side-by-side to review their content. This feature is also in Excel 2010, only when selecting it in Excel; we will be asked how to arrange the windows.


This is what will be shown when we use the same command in Excel;


2. View Side by Side: Will allow us to compare two documents at once. If we have more than two documents open, we will be asked to choose which is the other document that we want to compare it with.

In the image below we can see the Compare Side by Side window, where we have to choose which document we want to compare with by selecting it and pressing the OK button.


2a. Synchronous Scrolling, will be enabled so we can scroll both documents at the same time in order to view and analyze the content of the document.

Below we can see the View Side by Side and Synchronous Scrolling commands that are located in the area Window of the View Tab.


2b. Reset Window Position: Will reset the window position of the documents that are being compared side-by-side so that they share the equally part of the screen. In order to use this command, the View Side by Side feature must be turned on.


3. Split: Will allow us to split a single document into two scrollable sections, in order for us to review different parts of the same document.


Once we have selected Split, the command changes and become Remove Split, to be used once we have finished reviewing the different parts of the document.

4. New Window: Will open a new window containing a view of the current document.


5. Switch Windows: Allows us to switch to another currently opened window (document) just by selecting it. The check mark at the left of the windows name, indicates that is the activated window


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