Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Sharing Your
Presentation
Chapter
16
Get ready to . . .
What good is a wonderful presentation if you don’t share it with the
world? PowerPoint offers you many ways to share. You can take
the traditional and most personal route and present the show yourself
(or choose a designated live body). If you’re short on manpower or want
to free up people for other tasks, you can present a self-running show.
If you need feedback on a presentation, PowerPoint has a great system
of sending a presentation out for review.
Need to collaborate? PowerPoint also provides a way, with the help of
Microsoft Meeting Space, to hold online meetings. Finally, you can take the
more technical route and share your presentation online via the Internet.
This approach is a great way to disseminate information to a large audience
or to people who are located in geographically diverse locations. This
chapter gives you all you need to know to finalize your show and then share it
with others.
Use Office Diagnostics ..............................208
Create a Custom Show ............................209
Set Permissions........................................210
Use PowerPoint Viewer ............................211
Send a Presentation as an
E-mail Attachment ..................................211
Save a Presentation as Office 97-2003 ....212
Review a Presentation ............................212
Save a Presentation as XML
Paper Specification ..................................213
View an XML Paper Specification File........214
Transfer a Presentation to an FTP Site ......215
Convert a Presentation to PDF..................216
Add Metadata to PowerPoint Files ............217
Create a Self-Running Kiosk ....................217
Hold an Online Meeting ..........................218
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