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What's a quick way to zoom a video to the full size of the screen?
Select the movie on the slide, press CTRL, and drag a sizing handle outward until the movie frame stretches to full screen.
Select the zoom option in the Movie Options dialog box, opened from the movie's shortcut menu.
Select the movie on the slide, and use the Zoom button to set it to 100%.
There's a section at the start of your movie that you want to skip over. How can you make the movie skip past this part?
From the Custom Animation task pane, open options for the Play effect, and on the Timing tab, select a number of seconds next to Delay to account for the part of the film you don't want to see.
From the Custom Animation task pane, open options for the Play effect, and on the Effect tab, click From time. Select the number of seconds' delay you need.
You can't; unfortunately, you're stuck with showing every frame of the film.
Since a movie file is linked to your presentation, what should you do to ensure it will play when you present on another computer?
In the Movie Options dialog box, update the path to the current location of the movie file.
You don't have to do anything. Even though the movie file is linked, PowerPoint will read the path to its location and all will be well.
Copy the movie file into the same folder as your presentation before you insert it; then insert it.