Learn how to preview your project to test out the various elements, such as branching, navigation, appearance, transitions, animations, and overall appearance.
- [Instructor] So we have all of our slides created,…the contents on those slides the way we want them,…background music, special effects.…It's time not to focus on the self-running portion…of our presentation.…That's what we're going to be doing in this chapter.…And one of the first things you'll want to do…is preview your presentation,…just to get a feel for the flow.…You'll also want to have in the back of your mind…thoughts about how much time you need on each slide.…Should people be clicking,…or should the slide be advancing on its own?…So that's what we're going to do…with our Leaf and Mortar presentation we've been building.…
You can open up Leaf and Mortar 0301…from the chapter three folder of your Exercise Files…if you're catching up.…We're on slide one,…but it really doesn't matter where you are.…We're going to start this presentation from the beginning.…You can do that by pressing F5 on your keyboard.…You can go up to the quick access toolbar…if you see the slideshow button up here.…Start From Beginning, that's going to work.…
- Explain the importance of storyboarding a project.
- Describe branching and why you might use it.
- Cite the process for adding video to a presentation.
- Explain how to animate slides with transitions.
- Name the commands that allow you to preview your presentation.
- Describe what timing is and how to add and rehearse timings.