Taking control


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Taking control

In this chapter I'll show you how to make the most from technology. I want to start by talking about a simple little device that every presenter should have, the remote control. These little guys are great for public speaking. For one thing, they release me from being tethered to my laptop and lectern. That means I can be much more natural and dynamic in my presentation. Depending on the strength of the wireless signal, I may even be able to walk through, around, and behind the audience, and I should, but we'll talk about that later. Your remote might even have a few bells and whistles.

For instance, a built-in laser pointer is a great tool to have if you need to bring your audience's attention to something on the screen. But in a pinch, your mouse will do the same thing. Just give it a good wiggle during the slide show and you'll have a mouse pointer. Many remotes, or presentation mice as they're sometimes called, will also include buttons for volume control. This can b...

Taking control
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Taking control provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint Tips and Tricks for Business Presentations

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