Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Feedback in Presenter display view, part of PowerPoint: Builds, Transitions, Animations, and Effects.
…When giving a presentation, you have the option of using the Presenter's Display.…And this gives you some good…visual feedback about what's happening with transitions.…Normally, this would be the view that you would see when you…plugged your computer into a projector, or another screen, like a television set.…Via an NHDMI cable.…If you don't mirror the displays, you'll see the Presenter's…Display on your computer, while the audience sees the presentation.…Let me simulate this.…We'll start the presentation here, by choosing slide show, and I'll make sure…that the Presenter's View is turned on, so I see the Presenter's Display.…
Note, you could decide which one is shown, on the primary display.…We'll start this presentation.…And from the bottom here, I can click and choose my Presenter's View.…Now, you'll note that it gives you visual feedback.…So, if I advance, it tells me when it's playing a transition.…This makes it easy to see what's happening on the…next slide, and, you can tell when an animation is occurring.…
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- Choosing a style of animation
- Revealing text and charts
- Setting custom timing
- Playing a video
- Adding sound
- Using transitions between slides
Skill Level Appropriate for all
PowerPoint 2013 Essential Trainingwith Jess Stratton3h 19m Appropriate for all
1. The Goal of Animation
2. Animation Essentials
3. Chart Animation
Refining build order2m 24s
4. Advanced Animation
5. Slide Transitions
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