Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring the new Presenter view, part of Office 2013 New Features.
As a person who does a lot of presenting, this next new feature in PowerPoint 2013 is my personal favorite.…It's called Presenter View.…We're going to take a look at it now using our …No Obstacles PowerPoint presentation.…So, if you have the exercise files, you can open it up, but really, …it doesn't matter what presentation you're looking at to use Presenter View.…All it means is as a presenter, you'll be able to see more information on your screen …than what your audience sees, say on a projected screen or on another monitor.…Of course, you'll need two monitors.…
Typically, I'm presenting with a laptop.…I have my own monitor on my laptop and a projector plugged in.…That's the second monitor.…But even if you don't have two monitors, you can take a sneak peek at Presenter View by using a little trick.…First of all, let's go up to the Slide Show tab and notice that there is a checkbox next to …Use Presenter View.…And as you hover over that, Presenter View will automatically kick in.…If you have two monitors, you'll be able to see something different on your screen …
- Exploring the new user interface
- Using the bookmark feature
- Inserting online video in Word documents
- Editing PDFs in Word
- Filtering records using the timeline in Excel
- Exploring new slide transitions in PowerPoint
- Creating web apps for SharePoint or Office 365 with Access
- Inserting online pictures with Publisher
- Embedding files in a OneNote notebook
- Connecting to social networks with Outlook
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