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Screen shading is super easy and will undoubtedly become a natural technique in your presentations. I use the screen shade on an almost daily basis. The screen shade allows you to slowly unveil the information on your page. The shade can be pulled from two different directions, but the most common use is just to pull the shade down as you want to unveil the page. If you want to remove the screen shade, you can click the Screen Shade button on the Actions tool bar, right here.
So just go right back to the Screen Shade button, and you can press that button and the screen shade will go away. Or you can exit out with the x that is directly on the screen shade. If you save a file with a screen shaded page, the screen shade will be there when you open that file. I'm a big fan of the screen shade, because it takes zero preparation, and provides an opportunity for students to make predictions, and it builds a sense of anticipation for what is about to be shared.
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