Learning common keyboard shortcuts for navigating PowerPoint slides can make your presentations much smoother and professional in appearance. This video covers some of the most useful shortcuts to use when presenting your Powerpoint.
- [Instructor] Hi, I'm Garrick Chow…and welcome to PowerPoint Tips Weekly.…Today I wanted to review a couple of the most useful…keyboard shortcuts to be familiar with…when it comes time to present…your PowerPoint in front of an audience.…So if you only ever use the arrow keys to move forward…or backwards in your slide deck,…and the escape key to exit the slideshow when you're done,…pay extra attention here.…Knowing how to operate PowerPoint from your keyboard…while presenting can make your presentations…go a lot more smoothly…and can make you seem like a PowerPoint master…with complete control over your slides.…Starting with when you're ready to begin your presentation…you probably know that you can come down here…and click the slideshow button to get started.…
But instead of having your audience sit there…and watch you move your mouse…down to the bottom of the screen,…just press F5 on your keyboard.…That always starts your presentation from your first slide.…So it doesn't matter what slide you're currently on,…
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PowerPoint 2016: Audio and Video In Depthwith Garrick Chow2h 12m Intermediate
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