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Presenting with Two Screens Using Presenter View
3. In the Multiple Monitors section, open the Slide Show Monitor drop-down
list and choose the monitor that the audience will see. This list shows only
Automatic and Primary Monitor if you do not have multiple monitors enabled (see
the preceding section).
4. Select the Use Presenter View check box. This will give you a separate, very
useful control panel on the other monitor during the show, as described in the next
5. Click OK. You are now ready to show the presentation using two separate
displays — one for you and one for the audience.
Presenting with Two Screens Using Presenter View
Presenter View is a special view of the presentation that is available on systems with more
than one monitor if you have enabled Presenter View, as described in the preceding section.
This view provides many useful tools for managing the show behind the scenes, as shown
in Figure 18.25. It appears automatically on the non-audience monitor when you enter Slide
Show view.
New in PowerPoint 2013, you can experiment with Presenter View even if you don’t have multiple monitors. While in
Slide Show view, right-click anywhere and then choose Show Presenter View.
FIGURE 18.25
Presenter View provides tools for helping you manage your slide show from a second monitor.
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