Saving your presentations


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Saving your presentations

Probably the most important thing to learn about working with a PowerPoint presentation is how to save it. You don't want to have to redo your work if something goes wrong, like a crash or a power outage. Well, there are some fail-safes built into PowerPoint, but there are also many different ways to save a presentation, so we are going to talk about those now, continuing to work with our Orientation presentation. Let's just start by making a minor change. We'll click on the first slide in the Thumbnail pane, and just click in front of the 2010 Year in the subtitle, and let's add a month.

Let's try December and a space. All right, when we click off the slide, we can see exactly what it's going to look like, and we made a minor adjustment. We want to save that. The easiest way, of course, to save is to click the save icon on the toolbar. It looks like a floppy disk, and this simply updates any changes. You don't have an opportunity to change where you're savi...

Saving your presentations
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Saving your presentations 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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