Using different slide views
Five different views are available for a slide show
- in which only the current slide is seen
- in which a text outline of the presentation is seen
Slide Sorter View
- in which thumbnail images of each slide in the presentation are seen
Notes Page View
- in which a small image of the slide is accompanied by a notes section
- in which a full sized version of each slide is seen on the full computer screen
This panel of buttons at the bottom of the window allows selection
of the views
must be working in Slide View to edit text, images, or colors on the slide.
outline view you can quickly scan the entire presentation, edit text, but not
the color of text, or do a spell check. You could also print the outline view
to keep for speaker's notes as you present your show.
Slide Sorter View
is one of the most useful views. From this view you can:
and drag to move a slide to a new position in the presentation
a slide and Paste a duplicate into the presentation
a Transition for each individual slide or for the entire presentation
the method of Building text
Get an overview of
what the entire presentation will look like
view suggests two principal uses:
Print a set
of these for use as speaker's notes. In each notes section below the slide image
you might record important points you want to be sure your audience knows about
before going to the next slide. Do not try to say everything you want to say on
Leave the notes area blank and print
a set of these for each person in your audience. Encourage them to make notes
regarding the slide.
If you have other uses to
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To see uses others have suggested,
this button will begin the slide show.
You may also begin the show by selecting
menu or by selecting
you present the slide show for the first time you should go to the
menu and select
Set Up Show.
is where you find the command to Loop continuously until 'Esc' which will allow
your presentation to scroll over and over as students enter your media center.
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