This seciton encompasses three features:
Divider slides are great for breaking long PowerPoint decks into sections. In some cases you might want to create only some divider slides, e.g. if a section is only one page long. The Helper Add-in lets you chose whether to create a divider or not.
Superlong agendas with many sub-levels are hard for the audience to digest. Sometimes even space on the slide is an issue. The Helper Add-in lets you chose whether you want to display sub levels (=expand) or whether you want to hide sub level items (=collapse).
The Level setting is only relevant for sub-level items of the agenda.
It is the outline level at which the sub-items are shown
You have a long agenda with many chapters, sub-chapter and sub-sub chapters.
The default setting is to show all elements on the main agenda:
Our definition of outline levels
You might deem an agenda with all these sub-level items too crowded for your purpose.
Agenda Helper is allowing you to collapse sub level items, so that on the main agend sub chapters (level 2) are hidden. And on unrelated divider slides sub chapters are hidden, too.
In this example all sub-chapters and sub-sub chapters are assigned the level 2 in the <Level> combo box.
This makes the main agenda and the dividers very lean:
The divider of the 1st chapter is not showing any sub-chapters, because it has none
The divider of the 2nd chapter shows its sub chapters, which were hidden on the main agenda.
The divider of the 3rd chapter shows both: a) its sub chapters and b) its sub-sub chapters. Both of which were hidden on the main agenda.
You can also decide to hide sub-sub chapters (level 3) on divider slides of sub-chapters (level 2).
In this example all sub-chapters are assigned level 2 and sub-sub chapters are assigned the level 3 in the <Level> combobox. This makes also the divider slides of sub-chapters (i.e. level 2) very lean:
We recommend downloading the files, which illustrate the two examples above.
The <headers> button the Agenda Master menu opens a menu for changing the names of column headers.
Overwrite the old name and press <save>.