Presenter view allows you to see specific details about your presentation while you are presenting. You can see the next slide coming up, any additional speaker notes about that slide, the elapsed time of your presentation, and you can even add annotations to your slides. Staff author Jess Stratton demonstrates Presenter View and takes users through navigating the entire modal screen.
- [Voiceover] In the last video,…I showed you how you can rehearse your presentation…and add speaker notes down at the bottom…for anything about that slide that you don't want…to forget to tell your audience.…In this video, I'm going to show you how to use a feature…called presenter view.…You can use presenter view when your audience…is looking at a different screen than you are.…Let's suppose you're presenting off of your laptop…and the audience is looking at a larger screen…in front of them.…To start, I'll change to the slideshow ribbon tab.…
Make sure use presenter view is selected…on the right-hand side.…I'm going to click from beginning on the left.…If I'm already using two monitors,…that is I'm on a laptop or computer…and my audience is looking at a different screen,…presenter view will automatically start on my computer.…It's not going to start here because I'm only using…one monitor to show you,…so I'll click from beginning,…and here's my presentation.…However, I'm going to right-click with my mouse,…and select show presenter view.…
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- Changing the default save location
- Creating custom icons with shapes
- Copying and pasting formatting
- Organizing slides into sections
- Creating layouts with slide masters
- Adding footers
- Creating handouts
- Using Presenter view and annotations
- Working with Excel data