Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding Presenter view, part of Office for Students.
When it comes to presenting Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, it's a…great habit to get into the practice of using presenter view.…Presenter view allows us to have a…variety of controls as we're doing our presentation.…A lot times I see people using a mirrored display, so the computer that's…running the presentation and the projector that's…displaying the presentation show the same image.…For example if I went ahead and started this presentation, it…could be like the computer you're currently looking at is what's…running the presentation.…It doesn't show you anything about what's ahead of the presentation.…You can't see your presenter notes.…
So I'm going to go and end this presentation.…And let's talk about how you can change your…computer, the computer running the presentation, into presenter view.…To do that, we're going to go to the view option in Microsoft PowerPoint.…Here, I'm going to go ahead and select the presenter view.…You'll also notice there's a keyboard shortcut that I can…use to enter presenter view once I'm in my presentation.…
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