Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Tricks for Making Presentations a Little Livelier
Figure 5-3:
Choose a
pen and ink
color on the
Pen pop-up
list.
Hiding and erasing pen and highlighter markings
Follow these instructions to hide and erase pen and highlighter markings:
Temporarily showing or hiding markings: Right-click and choose
Screen Show/Hide Ink Markup.
Permanently erasing markings one at a time: Click the Pen button and
choose Eraser (or right-click and choose Pointer Options Eraser). The
Eraser appears. Click a line to erase it. Press Esc after you’re finished
using the Eraser.
Permanently erasing all the markings on a slide: Press E or click the
Pen button and choose Erase All Ink on Slide (refer to Figure 5-3).
Erasing markings you told PowerPoint to keep: As I explain shortly,
PowerPoint asks at the end of a presentation that you drew on or
highlighted whether you want to keep the markings. If you elect to keep
them, the markings become part of your presentation, and you can’t
delete them by clicking with the Eraser or by choosing the Erase All Ink
on Slide command. To discard these markings later, go to the Review
tab, open the drop-down list on the Delete button, and choose one of
these options:
• Delete All Comments and Ink on this Slide: Deletes markings you made
on a slide you selected
• Delete All Comments and Ink in This Presentation: Deletes markings
you made on all the slides in your presentation
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