3.1 Introduction

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The following sections provide structure examples of different features of this file format. These examples are illustrative of the preceding specification and do not cover all possible structure usage scenarios. They are not intended to replace the preceding specification but rather to clarify and enhance it. All examples are derived from the same presentation, sample.ppt, which is represented visually in the following figures.

1 a sample presentation
2 the weather
a sunny day
the blue sky
some green grass
3 a green square
4 a hungry bear
5 a fruit pie chart
6 shapes with text

Figure 4: Outline text

A sample presentation

Figure 5: Presentation slide 1

The weather
a sunny day
the blue sky
some green grass

Figure 6: Presentation slide 2

A green square

Figure 7: Presentation slide 3

A hungry bear

Figure 8: Presentation slide 4

A fruit pie chart
bananas
limes
blueberries
apples

Figure 9: Presentation slide 5

Shapes with text
a bold triangle
a hyperlinked square
an underlined circle
text formatting

Figure 10: Presentation slide 6

a sample presentation
Notes: a sample presentation for MS-PPT8 created on April 15th, 2008

Figure 11: Notes slide 1

The weather
a sunny day
the blue sky
some green grass

Notes: day in and day out a story of the weather outside the window

Figure 12: Notes slide 2

A green square
Notes: the green square sitting on a bright yellow background. has too much contrast?

Figure 13: Notes slide 3

A hungry bear
Notes: the bear is hungry
the bear is wet
the bear is cold
the birds are full and dry

A hungry brown bear
fishing in the flowing stream
birds stand vigilant

Figure 14: Notes slide 4

A fruit pie chart
Notes: in all, how much fruit
can someone possibly eat
a whole pie, I guess

Figure 15: Notes slide 5

Shapes with text
Notes: geometric shapes
are filled brightly with colors
with text for effect

Figure 16: Notes slide 6

Click to edit Master title style
Click to edit master text styles
-Second level
Third level
Fourth level
Fifth level

Figure 17: Main master slide

Click to edit Master title style
Click to edit Master subtitle style

Figure 18: Title master slide

Click to edit Master title style
Click to edit Master text styles
Second level
Third level
Fourth level
Fifth level
Notes: Click to edit Master text styles
Second level
Third level
Fourth level
Fifth level

Figure 19: Notes master slide

The sample presentation was authored in two sessions. The first session created a main master slide, a title master slide, six presentation slides, and associated notes slides for five of the six presentation slides. The second session deleted the presentation slide without an associated notes slide, changed the content on presentation slide 3, and added presentation slide 6 and an associated notes slide.

The preceding figures will be further explained in the sections that follow.

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