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Setting Up a Slide Show
Setting Up a Slide Show
The PowerPoint printing features are useful, but PowerPoint is really
designed to create slides that are presented directly on a screen rather than
printed out. The screen can be your computer’s own monitor, a projector, or
an external monitor, such as a giant-screen television. This section and the
sections that follow show you how to set up and show a presentation.
In most cases, the default settings for showing a presentation are adequate.
However, in some cases, you may need to change the default settings. To
do so, first open the presentation that you want to set up and then open the
Slide Show tab on the Ribbon and click Set Up Slide Show (found in the Set
Up group). This action summons the Set Up Show dialog box, which is shown
in Figure 6-2. With this dialog box, you can twiddle with the various options
that are available for presenting slide shows.
Figure 6-2: The Set Up Show dialog box.
With the options on the Set Up Show dialog box, you can do the following:
Configure the presentation: You can configure the presentation for one
of three basic slide show types: Presented by a Speaker (Full Screen),
Browsed by an Individual (Window), or Browsed at a Kiosk (Full Screen).
Loop through slides: Select the Loop Continuously until ‘Esc’ check box
if you want the show to run indefinitely. If you enable this setting, the show
jumps back to the first slide after the last slide is shown, and the show
continues to repeat until you press Esc.
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