About this lesson
Use a special PowerPoint view so that even though your audience can only see the slide show, you can view slide timings, slide notes and even a preview of the next, upcoming slide.
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Using Presenter View
Viewing notes and presentation tools while you present.
When to use
When presenting a slide show.
- Presenter View can be turned on in the Monitors group of the Slide Show tab on the ribbon.
- If Presenter View doesn’t display the notes, the notes must be added to the Notes Pane for each slide.
- Press the F1 key within Presenter View to view a range of keyboard shortcuts.
- The laser pointer can be activated by holding down the Ctrl key and clicking the Slide Preview with the pointer.
- Right-click the Slide Preview to activate a menu item to access screen, pointer and presentation navigation options.
In this version of PowerPoint, you can use Presenter View with only one monitor.Login to download
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