Power Point Presentations Tips
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the program loads in your internet viewer,
look for the following
navigational tools, each with a description
below, based on this sample slide.
the lower left corner the box the “Outline”
button lets you see the different slides
in this presentation, and jump if desired.
This is useful if you have to leave
the presentation, and pick up later
at the slide you left off. Click the
“Outline” button to close
this window unless you prefer to leave
it open. The second button, “detail”
shows all the text on the slides. Less
detail is better for navigation, and
when not using the outline, turn it
off to allow the slide to become larger.
is a button, “Slide x of y”
where “x” is the number
of the current slide, and “y”
is the total number of slide. From
this view, you must press the <<
or >> button to go forward or
backward as desired.
little speaker icon is really a “pause”
button to stop the narration, then pick
it up again if desired at the same place.
To start the narration over from the
beginning, back up one, then go forward
to the present slide to start the narration
SHOW (= Self Progressing Program)(4)
“Slide Show” button removes
all the navigation and simply shows
the program as a continuous show in
the full screen mode. Stop at any time
with your computer’s “Escape”
indicates the narration is going on
in BOTH the navigation format, and the
Slide Show format. Simply press “Escape”
to get back to the navigation format,
then pause the narration (click the
little speaker icon) then return to
the Slide Show format by clicking that
your browser button to stop the program,
or just close the window.
you have ANY other navigation trouble,
use the “Contact
Us” button on the upper
left of this page.