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The Power of Hiding Slides
Article PowerPoint expert Robert Lane shows you how to use hidden slides in a presentation to customize or enhance the information you present to an audience.
PowerPoint 2010, PowerPoint 2007
Start a program during your presentation
Article You can start any program from within your Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentation. Programs open outside of PowerPoint and are not embedded in your presenta...
PowerPoint 2010
Set up an OLE object to run during a presentation
Article Use this procedure after you insert an Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) object , such as a Microsoft Office file , in your presentation by clicking the I...
PowerPoint 2010
Presentation Styles - What Style Should You Use?
Article Read about different presentation speeds and see if the fast-paced Lessig style is suited to you and your audience.
PowerPoint 2010, PowerPoint 2007
What is Presenter View?
Article To set up and use Presenter View, see View your speaker notes privately, while delivering a presentation on multiple monitors . In this article: Overview of P...
PowerPoint 2010
Security prompts appear during my presentation
Article Symptoms Security alerts from the Microsoft Office Trust Center appear when you open your presentation or click certain content in your presentation. Cause Your...
PowerPoint 2010
Draw on or highlight slides during a presentation
Article When you use Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 to deliver your presentation, you can circle, underline, draw arrows, or make other marks on the slides to empha...
PowerPoint 2010
Go to a slide when delivering your presentation
Article As you deliver your presentation, here is how to move from one slide to the next, move to a previous slide, or move to a specific slide anywhere in the presenta...
PowerPoint 2010
Create a self-running presentation
Article If you want to communicate information without a presenter, you can create a self-running slide show, which is designed to loop continuously.
PowerPoint 2010
Rehearse and time the delivery of a presentation
Article In PowerPoint 2010, you can rehearse your presentation to make sure that it fits within a certain time frame.
PowerPoint 2010
Broadcast a slide show to a remote audience
Article You can present a PowerPoint 2010 presentation to an audience at a remote location using Broadcast Slideshow.
PowerPoint 2010
Create and print notes pages
Article You can create notes pages as you build your presentation. You may want to print them and review them as you deliver your presentation. A Green Idea...    Ho...
PowerPoint 2010
View your speaker notes privately, while delivering a presentation on multiple monitors
Article Using Presenter View is a great way to view your presentation with speaker notes on one computer (your laptop, for example), while your audience views the notes...
PowerPoint 2010
Turn off or delete the narration
Article Turning off the narration does not delete the narration from your presentation — it only preven ts the narration from playing. Deleting the narration permanent...
PowerPoint 2010
Broadcast your PowerPoint presentation to a remote audience
Article With PowerPoint Broadcast, remote audiences can view your presentation, even if they don't have PowerPoint 2010 installed on their computer.
PowerPoint 2010
Broadcast SlideShow in PowerPoint 2010
Link Use a Web browser to show your presentation to others in remote locations, even if they don't have PowerPoint.
PowerPoint 2010
Keyboard shortcuts for use while delivering a presentation in PowerPoint 2010
Article PowerPoint 2010 keyboard shortcuts for U.S. keyboard layout.
PowerPoint 2010
Deliver and distribute your presentation
Article Now that your presentation is complete, what you do next depends on who delivers the presentation, where it is delivered, and what equipment is used: Will the p...
PowerPoint 2010
Always show the pointer during a presentation
Article By default d uring a presentation, the pointer (or cursor) hides automatically after three seconds of inactivity. The pointer reappears when you move the mous...
PowerPoint 2010
Use keyboard shortcuts to deliver your presentation
Article PowerPoint 2013 keyboard shortcuts for U.S. keyboard layout.
PowerPoint 2013
View your speaker notes as you deliver your slide show
Article In Presenter View, you can see your notes as you present, while the audience sees only your slides.
PowerPoint 2013
Create a self-running presentation
Article Set your PowerPoint presentation to run itself, advance when viewers click, or play in a loop.
PowerPoint 2013
Jump to a slide in Slide Show view
Article Go from one slide to another in your presentation by simply pressing G, viewing all slides, and clicking the slide you want.
PowerPoint 2013
Zoom in to part of a slide in Slide Show view
Article You can zoom in to areas of your slide while delivering your presentation to your audience.
PowerPoint 2013
Draw on or highlight slides during a presentation
Article When you deliver your presentation, you can circle, underline, draw arrows, or make other marks on the slides to emphasize a point or show connections.
PowerPoint 2013
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