Setting Up a Slide Show

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With the slide show you want to set up displayed onscreen, open the Slide Show menu and choose Set Up Show .

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The Set Up Show dialog box opens.

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Click the type of show you want to present. You can choose to present the show yourself, to allow a user to browse at his or her own pace, or to make the show play by itself.

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You can tell PowerPoint exactly how you want to present your slide show. You can choose to present the show yourself, or allow users to view it on their own. You can even set the slide show up to run by itself, such as at a trade show kiosk.

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Browsed at a Kiosk

To present a self-running slide show, select the Browsed at a Kiosk option in the Set Up Show dialog box. By default, PowerPoint sets up this type of show to run in a continuous loop.

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Show Options

If your slide show includes narration or animation effects, you can choose to turn them on or off using the Show Options check boxes in the Set Up Show dialog box.

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By default, PowerPoint includes all the slides when presenting the slide show. If you like, however, you can specify a range of slides to play.

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Select how you want the slides to advance in the show ”either manually by the presenter, or using rehearsed timings.

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Click OK to apply the new settings.

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Manual Versus Rehearsed Timings

When presenting a show manually, you control when each slide advances with a click on the screen. When you use rehearsed timings, the show moves at the pace you specify. See the task "Rehearsing a Presentation" to learn more about setting rehearsed timings for a show.



Easy Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003
Easy Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2003
ISBN: 0789729644
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 193

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