Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Crafting a Video
Figure 19-1: Creating a PDF document.
3. Navigate to the location where you want to save the file, and change
the filename if you wish.
The default is to save the file in the same folder as the PowerPoint
presentation, using the same name but with the extension PDF.
4. Select the appropriate optimization setting.
The two choices are to optimize for standard use or to minimize the file
size. The quality will be slightly reduced if you opt to minimize the file size.
5. Click Publish.
The presentation is converted to a PDF file.
Crafting a Video
PowerPoint is great for preparing presentations to give in person. But what
about giving presentations when you can’t be there? With digital video
cameras practically being given away in cereal boxes these days, just about
anyone can record a video of himself giving a presentation. Wouldn’t it be
great if you could easily combine the slides from a PowerPoint presentation
with a video of you presenting it? Then anyone can watch the presentation
later, when you can’t be there.
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