Presenting on another laptop (packaging)


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Presenting on another laptop (packaging)

Computers aren't perfect, and they certainly aren't identical to each other. What works on my computer might not work on yours. When you create a slideshow using your workstation, it may not run on my laptop. When we enter a venue to speak, we often don't know if we are going to be using our own laptops or transferring our files to someone else's. What if they don't have the same version of PowerPoint as we do? What about the video and the fonts? What if they don't even have PowerPoint? PowerPoint 2010 gives us a unique feature called Packaging that solves these problems.

From Backstage, let's go ahead and click on Save & Send. And from here, we can click Package Presentation for CD. That name is misleading because it doesn't have to be a CD. You can package to a USB drive, a DVD, or CD, or even a location on the network, like a share. This feature packs together the following: your presentation, any linked media, any files you request, like another PDF...

Presenting on another laptop (packaging)
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Presenting on another laptop (packaging) provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Essential Training

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