Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Mark Up with Pen and Highlighter
Mark Up with Pen and Highlighter
PowerPoint enables you to draw freehand on your screen during a slide show with a pen tool. You
can use it to highlight or annotate important points in the slide show. You can choose Pen for
a thin, opaque line, or Highlighter, which gives you a much thicker, translucent line. You can also
choose a color for both. You can save annotations so they appear the next time you present your
slide show — PowerPoint asks if you want to save annotations when you exit the show, but only if
that option is enabled in PowerPoint Options (see Chapter 3).
Mark Up with Pen and Highlighter
1 With your presentation in Slide
Show view, click the Pen icon
( ) on the on-screen toolbar.
2 Click Pen .
The pointer changes to a point
of color on the screen.
A You can click to change the
color of the Pen or Highlighter.
3 Click and drag on the screen
around the area you want to
identify.
A line appears where you
dragged the mouse.
4 Press
to turn off the Pen.
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