Once a PowerPoint presentation is created, you can then present it in a variety of ways. In this video, learn how present a presentation, record the presentation with audio and video, and distribute the presentation using a various methods.
- [Instructor] In the last lesson … we created a basic PowerPoint presentation. … In this lesson, I'm going to show you … how to present that presentation, … how to record that presentation, … and how to export it. … The first thing I'm going to do is present it. … You'll need to select Slide Show from the ribbon … and you have the option of presenting it from the beginning … or from the current slide. … We're going to present it from the beginning. … And our presentation will start. … One thing I would like you to note, … is at the bottom of the screen … you will see some tools and you can use these tools … to annotate or to magnify. … For example, if I wanted to annotate something here, … I can select the pen and I can draw. … To move forward through the presentation, … I'm using my arrow keys. … And you will notice on that last slide, … our animations kicked in for us. … When I exit this presentation I'm prompted, … do I want to keep those annotations? … No I do not. … We can also record this presentation for distribution. …
- Troubleshooting account and startup issues
- Repairing Office apps
- Working with Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Power BI
- Creating diagrams with Visio
- Staying on top of tasks using Microsoft Project and Planner
- Configuring Outlook
- Communicating with Teams
- Working with OneDrive and SharePoint
- Sharing content with Sway and Stream
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Users Started
4. Getting Things Done
6. Media Rich Apps
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