The video offers tips on what accessories you should have on hand to make sure you're prepared for technical issues that might arise at the venue at which you're speaking.
- [Instructor] An important part of being prepared…to give a presentation is not just having…your slides well-designed and organized…and rehearsing your talk,…but also being prepared for any technical challenges…you might encounter.…Especially if you often speak at conferences,…or meetings where there are several presenters,…or if you're unfamiliar with the setup…of the room you'll be speaking in,…it's a good idea to carry a collection of adapters…to make sure you'll be able to connect…to the projector in the room.…Many places have older projectors…that use VGA monitor connectors,…while other venues might have a projector…that connects by DVI or HDMI.…
Some places will have the adapters you need on hand,…but it's a good idea to have your own set.…Let's take a look at some…of the more common ones you might need.…I'm gonna put my web browser at apple.com.…I'm gonna click on Mac…and then Accessories…to go to the store.…Here I'm gonna click Browse all…and select Power & Cables.…Now this being Apple's website,…their navigation may look different when you visit…
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- Adding calculations to tables
- Saving custom styles
- Matching colors with the Color Picker
- Animating objects on a single slide
- Using Magic Move between slides
- Skipping slides for shorter presentations
- Controlling the presentation with an iPhone or iPad
- Recording your slideshow