Saving as a video


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Saving as a video

When we are finished creating a presentation, we need an audience. Sometimes that audience is on social networking sites, such as Facebook and YouTube; sometimes they are on the couch watching TV; sometimes they are on a mobile device. PowerPoint 2010 allows you to save your finished presentation as a video, whether you can upload to your blog or social network, burn to a DVD or transfer to just about any device. Before we can turn our slideshow into a video, we need to consider how we want the slides to advance. If you have already set recordings on every slide, then you are set, but most of the time our slides only advance when the mouse is clicked.

In a video, there is no mouse. So PowerPoint gives us two options. We can record timings, along with optional narration, and use that for automatic advancement in the video, or we can specify a default duration for slide advancement, which will be applied to any slides that don't have their own setting. When we access the Backstage view an...

Saving as a video
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Saving as a video provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 New Features

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Business
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