Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Print Audience Handouts
Note that if you save your presentation as a Web page, your notes will
be displayed by default. If you don’t want them displayed, hide them
before you save them. See Chapter 16 for details.
Open a presentation in PowerPoint.
1.
Click the Microsoft Office button and choose Print
2.
Print Preview.
On the Print Preview toolbar, select your desired
Handout layout from the Print What drop-down menu.
Choose 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, or 9 slides per page. Note that if you
choose the 3-slide layout, as shown in Figure 15-9, blank
lines are added next to each slide to allow for audience
members to take notes during the presentation.
3.
Specify additional print options as we describe in the
earlier section, “Establish Print Options.”
4.
Click the Print button.
5.
Print Speaker Notes
Figure 15-9: Print handouts for your audience
Open a presentation in PowerPoint.
1.
Click the Microsoft Office button and choose Print
2.
Print Preview
For a description on how to format speaker notes, see Chapter 6.
On the Print Preview toolbar, choose Notes Pages
from the Print What drop-down menu, as shown in
Figure 15-10. Each page prints with a single slide and
the associated notes for that slide. (Speaker notes are
helpful as references when delivering a presentation.)
3.
Specify additional print options, as we describe in
“Establish Print Options,” earlier in this chapter.
4.
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