Creating a self-running slideshow


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Creating a self-running slideshow

You know, not every presentation you create using PowerPoint will be displayed in front of a huge audience, with you at the podium speaking about the content they're seeing on the slide. Sometimes, you may want to create a presentation that's self-running, such as you'd see at a kiosk, where a people can stand in front of the monitor and just watch the information go by. In those cases, you want to create the self-running show using many of the tools that are available to you here in PowerPoint 2011 to make it as seamless as possible. We're going to take a look at those now using our TT_Tale presentation.

We're going to go to slide one by selecting the thumbnail. So we're right at the top. The first thing we're going to do is check out the animations. When you see transition and animation icons next to the slides, you know that there are some special effects. When you go to Transitions, for example, you'll see what's selected. But what's more importa...

Creating a self-running slideshow
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Creating a self-running slideshow provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the PowerPoint for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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PowerPoint for Mac
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