In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows users how to use Presenter view to present directly from PowerPoint for iPad.
(Instructor) It's easy to present on the iPad.…To present from Powerpoint for iPad,…tap on the slideshow ribbon tab.…Now, you can decide whether you want to start the show…from the beginning,…in which you can choose from start,…or from whatever slide you're currently on.…You can also choose Presenter View,…to start a presentation in Presenter View directly,…or you can tap the play button…on the top right-hand side of the screen.…It may also look like a projector,…but the icon will do the same thing.…
Once your presentation starts,…you can use gestures to move back and forth.…Swipe from right to left to go to the next line,…and from left to right to go backwards.…Swipe down from the screen to bring up Presenter View.…I'm going to tap the icon all the way…on the top right-hand side of the screen…to bring up the full Presenter View.…At the very bottom of the screen, I can see all my slides.…This is very useful to help me plan and know…what slide's coming up next,…but in addition, I can also skip around.…
I can go to whatever slide I want without having to swipe.…
- Installing Office on an iOS device
- Exploring the interface
- Creating and editing documents, spreadsheets, and presentations
- Sharing files on the go
- Finding and replacing text in Word
- Inserting pictures and charts in Excel
- Presenting slides with PowerPoint and your iOS device
- Accessing email and calendars in Outlook
- Collaborating with others
Skill Level Beginner
1. Word for iPad and iPhone
2. Excel for iPad and iPhone
3. PowerPoint for iPad and iPhone
4. Outlook for iPad and iPhone
5. Collaborate with Office for iPad
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