In this video, Jess Stratton shows you how to create custom shows for multiple audiences, which involves selecting a subset of slides for different audiences.
- [Jess] My name is Jess Stratton,…and welcome to this week's edition…of Power Point Tips Weekly.…We're all about productivity here,…and the best presentations are reusable presentations.…A great feature of PowerPoint is the ability to use…one presentation and include different slides…for different audiences.…This is useful for situations…where certain slides may contain…sensitive corporate information,…or if a slide includes a showtime…for a show that's already passed for the day.…It's still important to keep the slides together,…but you can choose who sees what filtered presentation.…
It's called a custom slide show,…and you can set up multiple custom shows per presentation.…Let's see it in action.…Here's my board of directors guide,…but I do use it for other things.…It contains all sort of information about the hotel.…It's for new employees.…There is an executive team section.…It includes three slides…that contain information about our occupancy rates.…These three slides are sensitive,…and I only want executive employees to see it.…
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