Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Inserting a screenshot, part of Up and Running with Office Mix.
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- [Voiceover] Whenever you insert any of…the different features,…whether it's a quiz, a screenshot, a screen recording,…you'll begin by selecting the slide where…you want it to appear.…So if, for example, I wanted to include a screenshot here,…on my first slide,…I'd select that slide,…go to the Mix tab if it wasn't already appearing,…and then I would choose Screenshot.…Now, this is a feature we also have in PowerPoint and…really throughout Office 365…which is the ability to go grab a window…or to do a screen clipping.…
If I want a screen clipping,…the first thing I have to do…is to go to that particular screen,…then immediately return to PowerPoint.…Let's see how this is going to work.…We're going to go to this screen.…I want this picture of the homepage from…the Landon Hotel in West London.…So I will go there first.…Immediately then, I will go back to PowerPoint.…Quick way to do that is with a shortcut of Alt, Tab.…So what's right behind PowerPoint now, if I Alt, Tab again,…is I would be…right back into Microsoft Edge, my browser,…
Author Gini Courter provides an overview of the add-in, and then shows how to plan a mix and insert screenshots, videos, and screen recordings. She then shows how to preview and upload the mix, and save it as a video that can be hosted online.
Along the way, she explains how to add narration and annotations, add interactive content like true/false or multiple-choice questions, and share and distribute the mix.
- What is Office Mix?
- Inserting screenshots and screen recordings
- Compressing and uploading a mix
- Inserting video
- Adding questions and polls
- Exporting and sharing mixes