This video shows how to present a PowerPoint slideshow in a video meeting or call. You can see how to share the presentation and how to control it. You can also see how other people in the meeting can take control of a presentation.
- [Instructor] You can show a PowerPoint presentation…in a video call or meeting.…During a video call,…click the Share button to open the share tray.…You can choose a recent presentation you've opened…or click Browse.…Locate and select a PowerPoint file.…If you start the presentation, you are in control.…You can use the arrow buttons…to progress through the presentation.…But the other participants in the meeting…will see a button to take control.…If somebody else takes control,…they can control the slideshow for everybody.…
If somebody else is in control,…you can click the arrow buttons,…but that will only preview the slides on your screen.…If you want to control the presentation…for everybody in the call,…you can click the Take control button.…When you're finished, click Stop presenting.…
- Customizing your notifications
- Using Do Not Disturb efficiently
- Using keyboard shortcuts in Teams
- Working with bookmarks
- Using the immersive reader
- Sharing files
- Forwarding an email into a channel
- Managing and archiving teams
- Tips for Teams meetings
- Using the dark theme
- Adjusting admin settings
Skill Level Intermediate
1. General Teams Tips
2. Working with Messages
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3. Working with Teams
4. Meeting Tips
5. Customizing the Interface
6. Other Helpful Tips
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