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41 .
What is the key difference between PowerPoint and Slides?
42 .
What are the key questions to ask when developing a sense of purpose in a presentation? Why are these questions important?
43 .
Describe the main features and tools available on the Home tab in PowerPoint.
44 .
How is the Themes and Variants feature on the Design tab used?
45 .
How can you use white space effectively in PowerPoint to create visually appealing slides and improve the overall design of your presentation?
46 .
Why are layouts important in PowerPoint presentations? As part of your answer, discuss three commonly used slide layouts and explain how they can help create a professional presentation.
47 .

Reviewing the figure, make an argument for which of the three options works best for engaging your audience during a Q&A session at the end of a presentation. There are no right or wrong answers, but you should make a clear choice and defend that choice in the response.

Three slides: (a) half black/half teal background; white, 3D question mark at right. (b) text in middle; yellow outline at top/partway down sides; thin yellow line along bottom. (c) black background with gray question marks; orange question mark at right; white text at bottom above orange bar.
48 .
While mathematical statements, or equations, can be complicated, they can also be useful tools in presentations. Describe at least two situations where you could consider adding equations to your presentations.
49 .
Describe the difference between stand-alone and web-based software programs.
50 .
Why would you need to adjust the layout of content in a Slides presentation?
51 .
How can you effectively add links to a Slides presentation to enhance interactivity and provide additional resources for your audience?

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