This video covers the tools found in the Presenter View, which becomes visible when the computer is connected to a projector or second monitor.
- Earlier I mentioned that when you're…in a presenting situation where you've got…your computer hooked up to a projector…or a second monitor PowerPoint gives you a set…of presenter tools, so you can keep track of things…like your slide notes, the current time,…the upcoming slides, and so on.…These tools show up by default whenever…you have a second display connected.…But be sure you go to the slide show tab,…and here make sure use presenter view is checked,…which it should be by default.…You can also enter presenter view…without connecting to a second display,…which you might want to do to set the view up…the way you like before you're in front of a live audience.…
Let's go into slide show view by pressing F5.…I'll move my mouse down to the bottom…of the screen to make these buttons appear.…And I'll choose show presenter view.…This is what you'll see on your computer…when you're connected to a projector.…The large slide here is the slide…your audience is currently seeing.…To the right you can see the upcoming slide,…
- Explain how to change the layout of a slide.
- Determine the issue when videos stored on a PC do not appear when browsing video files to import into a slideshow.
- Recognize the benefits of using speaker notes when delivering a presentation.
- Recall the purpose of the Eraser tool.
- List the steps for printing slideshow handouts.
- Explain how to store a presentation online.
- Summarize the process for sending a view-only link to a presentation without using OneDrive.