Opening with Show


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Opening with Show

And the last tip of the chapter is for when you're ready for the big show. For just a second, let's take a look at what happens from the audience's perspective, if they can see my screen. Assuming my projector is turned on, you are going to see me double-click on the slide show, then fumble around for the Slide Show tab, and finally click From Beginning. During that process, the audience can see my slide thumbnails or at least the first couple, and my slide notes. It's not too professional and it gives away my big introduction.

So let's improve this. I am going to back up a bit to the point where we opened our PowerPoint file. Let's close PowerPoint. Rather than double-clicking, I am going to right-click on the file. Here's the menu that Windows gives me. One of these choices is Show and that's the one I'll select. PowerPoint launches right under the show and I look like a professional. When the slideshow finishes, I get the traditional black screen. Anot...

Opening with Show
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Opening with Show provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint Tips and Tricks for Business Presentations

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Business
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PowerPoint
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