4. Display the presentation in Reading view. Use any method to navigate to the fourth slide, and then use the most efficient method to return to the first slide. 5. Display the presentation in Normal view. Hide the Thumbnails pane and display the Notes pane. 6. Redisplay the Thumbnails pane and hide the ribbon. 7. Arrange the two presentations side by side on the screen. 8. In the NavigateSlides presentation, display the gridlines. Notice that they appear in both open presentations. 9. In the NavigateSlides presentation, change the spacing of the gridlines to 1” . Notice that this modification affects only the active presentation. 10. Switch to the presentation you created in the first practice task. Display the guides, and then move them so they align with the upper-left corner of the slide content area. Notice the effect of these actions in the other open presentation. 11. Set the magnification of the active presentation to 60% and notice the effect of this action in the other open presentation. 12. Leave the presentations open and continue to the next task. Display and edit presentation properties Maximize the NavigateSlides window, and then complete the following tasks: 1. Display all the presentation properties. 2. Edit the Subject property, entering Colors as the subject of the presentation. 3. Leave the presentations open and continue to the next task. Save and close presentations Complete the following tasks: 1. Save the NavigateSlides presentation as MyPresentation , and then close it. 2. Close the presentation you created in the first task without saving it.
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