Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Rehearsing and Timing Your Presentation
Editing notes in Notes Page view: After you’ve jotted down a bunch of
notes, switch to Notes Page view and edit them. To switch to Notes Page
view, visit the View tab and click the Notes Page button. Notes appear in
a text frame below a picture of the slide to which they refer. You may
have to zoom in to read them.
Printing your notes: On the File tab, choose Print (or press Ctrl+P). You
see the Print window. Under Other Settings, open the second drop-down
list and choose Note Pages. Then click the Print button.
Rehearsing and Timing Your Presentation
Slide presentations and theatrical presentations have this in common: They
are as good as the number of times you rehearse them. Be sure to rehearse
your presentation many times over. The more you rehearse, the more
comfortable you are giving a presentation. Follow these steps to rehearse a
presentation, record its length, and record how long each slide is displayed:
1. Select the first slide in your presentation.
2. Go to the Slide Show tab.
3. Click the Rehearse Timings button.
The Recording toolbar appears, as shown in Figure 5-1, and you switch
to Slide Show view.
Figure 5-1:
Timing a
4. Give your presentation one slide at a time and click the Next button
on the Recording toolbar to go from slide to slide.
When each slide appears, imagine that you’re presenting it to an
audience. Say what you intend to say during the real presentation. If you
anticipate audience members asking questions, allot time for questions.
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