Explanation: Outline tab is used to show the thumbnail version of our presentation because all the slide are get displayed in single window when we choose outline view. They looks like small miniature of the slides.
- What is a thumbnail in a presentation?
- How do I show the thumbnail of a slide in PowerPoint?
- Which pane shows the thumbnail version of each slide?
What is a thumbnail in a presentation?
"Thumbnail" is the term used to describe a miniature version of a slide in presentation software. It originated with graphic designers who made tiny versions of much larger images for use during the planning stages of designs. A thumbnail was just a much smaller version of a larger image.
How do I show the thumbnail of a slide in PowerPoint?
On the View tab, in the Presentation Views group, click Normal. Point to the splitter bar between the Slide pane and the thumbnails, and then drag the splitter bar to the right. If the thumbnails are hidden, you will see a collapsed Thumbnails menu; click it to show slide thumbnails again.
Which pane shows the thumbnail version of each slide?
Ans. The Slides navigation pane is a small window on the left side of the presentation window and shows the thumbnail version of each slide.