There are some tools in PowerPoint that you can use to draw attention to elements on a slide during a presentation. You can use the laser pointer to point at objects. The Pen and Highlighter tool allow you to make marks directly on a slide as it's being presented.
- [Instructor] In this week's PowerPoint tip,…I want to look at some tools that you can use…during your presentation to draw attention…to specific parts of the slide.…So I have a presentation open in…PowerPoint2016 for Windows.…Lets start this presentation.…I'll go to the slide show ribbon…and then Start From Beginning.…And I just want to progress through…a little bit until I get to this slide…with all of the graphics visible on that slide.…And at this point during my presentation,…I might want to point at something.…So I can use my regular mouse cursor.…
What I'll do is move my mouse and…I have to move it a little bit before it will appear.…And then I've got my mouse cursor…and I can point at objects on the slide.…But that may be hard to see if…I'm presenting for a large group of people.…So I want to look at something else.…So again I'm going to move my mouse until the cursor appears.…And then also down here in the bottom right corner…we see some other options will appear.…These buttons.…And I want to go to this button here.…
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PowerPoint 2016: Audio and Video In Depthwith Garrick Chow2h 12m Intermediate
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