In this video, learn how to record your desktop screen along with accompanying audio in PowerPoint.
- [Jess] My name is Jess Stratton and welcome…to PowerPoint Tips Weekly.…Did you know that you can record your screen…and put it in a PowerPoint presentation?…You can even include the accompanying audio.…This is a fantastic option for people who don't have a full…recording suite, like Camtasia.…You could record a computer error to send to tech support,…instructional steps to include in a presentation,…or for any reason at all.…In my example here, I'll be briefly demonstrating…our new website for our favorite fictional hotel company,…the Landon Hotel.…
I brought up one of my older presentations…just so I can add to it.…I'll start by adding a blank slide.…Now, in a previous video somewhere along the line,…I've added a footer to it, but I'm not going…to worry about that, because I will be showing you…how you can make your video play in full screen…when you're doing your presentation.…To get started, change to the Insert Ribbon tab.…All the way on the right-hand side of the screen,…click Screen Recording.…It's going to bring up what you have open on your desktop.…
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