Running the show


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Running the show

So your presentation has slides, and those slides have content, text and photos. You've arranged the slides in a logical order to inform and persuade your audience. You've added Sections, you've spell checked, you've saved and you applied a great-looking theme with a little customization. It's time to start the show. We'll pretend that our workstation is connected to a projector, and that we've got a huge audience ready and waiting for your speech. To start the show, we can access the Slide Show tab from the Ribbon and click From Beginning, on the far of left.

Or we can use the shortcut key, F5. You'll see our presentation is now fullscreen, and what we see is exactly what the audience sees. To advance to the next slide, either tap the right arrow key or the Spacebar. To go back, use the left arrow key or backspace. When you reach the end, you'll see this blank screen. You can still go back, and you can also press Home to go all the way back to slide numbe...

Running the show
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Running the show provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Essential Training

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