Presenter view allows you to see specific details about your presentation while you are presenting. You can see the next slide coming up, any additional speaker notes about that slide, the elapsed time of your presentation, and you can even add annotations to your slides. Staff author Jess Stratton demonstrates Presenter View and takes users through navigating the entire modal screen.
- [Voiceover] In the last video,…I showed you how you can rehearse your presentation…and add speaker notes about that slide,…for anything that you don't want…to forget to tell your audience about.…Let's now go over Presenter View in detail.…You can use Presenter View when your audience…is looking at a different screen than you are.…For example, if you have your laptop…and it's connected to a larger screen…that your audience is looking at.…Change to the Slide Show ribbon tab…and from here, click Presenter View.…It's going to launch Presenter View.…All the way on the left hand side of the screen at the top,…is a counter of how long you've been on…that one particular slide.…
The timer is going to reset…when you advance to the next slide.…You can also pause the timer at any time…and you can refresh the timer and start at zero…by clicking the arrow.…Over to the top right hand side of the screen,…is the current time.…This is useful if you know what time you need…to stop your presentation at, so you can see…how the pacing is going.…
- Identify where you can add frequently used tools to access them easily.
- Recognize the tool that allows you to match a color from any of a slide’s contents.
- Recall the benefits of using sections.
- Explain what smart guides consist of.
- List the steps needed to practice presenting your presentation and keep track of how long it takes.
- Name what the Presenter view includes.