Broadcasting your presentation to a group


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Broadcasting your presentation to a group

It's time for the staff meeting for the new website, but several of our key employees are at remote sites today. Let's see how we can use PowerPoint 2010's Broadcast feature to include them in the presentation in real time, regardless of their location. Our presentation is all set and ready to roll. So, we're going to show this and as we show the slide show, we're going to broadcast this slide show. I'm going to choose Broadcast Slide Show and the Broadcast Slide Show dialog box opens noting that you're using a free broadcast service that's provided by Microsoft.

In order to use the PowerPoint Broadcast Service, you must have a Windows Live ID. If you click Start Broadcast and don't have a Live ID, you'll be prompted to create one at that time. So, I'm going to click Start Broadcast, PowerPoint will connect to the PowerPoint Broadcast Server and begin uploading my presentation, so that it can be broadcast. When the broadcast is ready to start, w...

Broadcasting your presentation to a group
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Broadcasting your presentation to a group provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the PowerPoint 2010: Real-World Projects

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