Views for delivering and viewing a presentation Slide Show view You can get to SlideShow view from the task bar at the bottom of the slide window. Use Slide Show view to deliver your presentation to your audience. Slide Show view occupies the full computer screen, exactly the way your presentation will look on a big screen when your audience sees it. Presenter view To get to Presenter view, in Slide Show view, in the lower left corner of the screen, click , and then click Show Presenter View as shown below. Use Presenter view to view your notes while delivering your presentation. In Presenter view, your audience cannot see your notes. For more information about using Presenter view, see View your speaker notes as you deliver your slide show. Reading view You can get to Reading view from the task bar at the bottom of the slide window. Most people reviewing a PowerPoint presentation without a presenter will want to use Reading view. It displays the presentation in a full screen like Slide Show view, and it includes a few simple controls to make it easy to flip through the slides. Views for creating your presentation There are several views in PowerPoint that can help you create a professional presentation. Normal view Normal view is the main editing view, where you write and design your presentations. Normal view has four working areas: The Outline tab shows your slide text in outline form. To print a hard copy of an outline of your presentation, with only the text as it appears in Outline view and none of the graphics or animation, first Click the File tab. The thumbnails make it easy for you to navigate through your presentation and to see the effects of any design changes. You can also easily rearrange, add, or delete slides here. Slide pane In the upper-right section of the PowerPoint window, the Slide pane displays a large view of the current slide.