Packaging a presentation for travel


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Packaging a presentation for travel

When you create a PowerPoint 2010 presentation, you have the choice of linking or embedding all your multimedia assets. If you chose to link to your movies and sound files in order to keep your file size small, it's essential to gather all of your source files into a folder if you move your slideshow to another computer. If you forget one file, you won't be able to see the video or sound. Fortunately, PowerPoint has a tool that will help the package for CD utility. You don't have to use Package CD only for creating a CD. You can also use it to gather all your linked files from multiple locations into one folder.

To do this, go up to the left corner and click on the File tab and then go down to Save & Send. From there choose Package Presentation for CD and then click on the Package for CD button. In the dialog box that appears, enter a name for the CD or the folder that you're going to create. I'll call it HNP_Advertising. Under files to be copied, you can see your c...

Packaging a presentation for travel
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Packaging a presentation for travel provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2010: Audio and Video in Depth

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