Learn how to select the right play options for a presentation to allow it to play on its own, kiosk-style, and run the final presentation.
- [Instructor] So thanks to the rehearse timings feature…we learned about in the previous movie,…we now have different timings set up for every one…of the slides in our Leaf and Mortar presentation.…You can open up Leaf and Mortar0303…if you're skipping to this movie.…On slide one, for example,…with the Transitions tab selected,…we can see that the timing was set…to six seconds on my presentation.…But when we look at our slides,…there are some that won't need timings…or will need the timings changed…or perhaps will simply use the timings that were set…when we rehearsed them in the previous movie.…
So let's go from one slide to the next,…starting with slide one.…We realize this is one…that's simply going to morph into slide two.…It doesn't need to show up there for six seconds,…and it definitely doesn't need a mouse click.…So we'll turn off the mouse click…by deselecting the checkbox, and we'll bump this down.…Now, we can bump it down to a second.…So after one second looking at this,…it will morph into slide two.…
- 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.