In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows users how to add annotations to a slide, mark it up using the highlighter and pen tools, and then save and export that one slide as a PDF.
- My name is Jess Stratton…and welcome to this week's edition…of PowerPoint Tips Weekly.…This week, I'm going to show you how you can add annotations…to a presentation while you're right in the middle of it.…Let's jump right in.…This looks like a slide where I'd spend a few minutes…talking about what we're looking at,…so let's start here.…I'm going to hit Shift + F5 on my keyboard…to launch the presentation right from this slide.…And now, while I'm in the middle of it,…I'm going to draw your attention…to the bottom left-hand side of the screen.…I have some controls here.…
Now I can move my slides back and forth using the left…and right keys on the keyboard,…but I can also use my mouse.…Here's some left and right controls right here…on the bottom left-hand side of the screen.…I can also do some more things,…such as get an overview of all my slides…and jump directly to one,…but I'm interested in the pen icon right here in the middle.…If I click on this icon, here's where I can add…all my annotations to this slide.…
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