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How to Start a PowerPoint 2007 Slide Show

You’ve put hours into creating a great PowerPoint presentation. PowerPoint is designed to display slides present on a screen. PowerPoint can show your presentation on your computer’s own monitor, a projector [more…]

How to Add Notes to a PowerPoint 2007 Slide

PowerPoint lets you create speaker notes to help you through your presentation. You can write a complete script for your PowerPoint presentation or just jot down a few key points to refresh your memory [more…]

How to Time Slides in a Self-Running PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

After you’ve created your self-running PowerPoint presentation, the next task is to tell PowerPoint how long to keep each slide on-screen. As you decide, imagine how long viewers would like each slide [more…]

How to Set Up a Projector for a PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

It’s time to share your PowerPoint presentation with your audience. If you’re going to show your PowerPoint presentation using a computer projector and a laptop, you need to know how to connect the computer [more…]

How to Make Your PowerPoint 2007 Presentation a User-Run Presentation

PowerPoint displays a taskbar along the bottom of the window in a user-run presentation. PowerPoint lets you make a scrollbar appear along the right side of the window as well so that people viewing your [more…]

How to Create a Custom Show in PowerPoint 2007

The Custom Shows feature in PowerPoint lets you create several similar slide shows stored in a single PowerPoint presentation file. A PowerPoint presentation can contain as many custom shows as you want [more…]

Display Your PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

You worked hard designing your PowerPoint 2007 presentation. When your PowerPoint masterpiece is ready, you can display it on the screen. Just follow these steps: [more…]

How to Create a Self-Running Presentation in PowerPoint 2007

Before you can self-run a presentation, you have to tell PowerPoint that you want it to self-run. Self-running PowerPoint presentations don’t have the control buttons in the lower-left corner. You can’t [more…]

What Is a User-Run Presentation in PowerPoint 2007?

A user-run, or interactive, PowerPoint presentation is one that the viewer gets to control. The viewer decides which PowerPoint slide appears next and how long each slide remains on-screen. User-run PowerPoint [more…]

Start or End a Self-Running PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

You’ve designed your PowerPoint slides and set your presentation to be a self-running presentation. Now What? PowerPoint provides these handy techniques for starting a self-running, kiosk-style presentation [more…]

Move from Slide to Slide While Giving Your PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

Whether you show your PowerPoint presentation on a computer or a screen in front of an audience, you use the same PowerPoint tricks to move among your slides. PowerPoint offers four ways to move from slide [more…]

Point with the Arrow While Showing Your PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

What do you want to do with the arrow pointer during a PowerPoint presentation? Most people opt not to show it because it’s a distraction. You can, however, display the arrow pointer and use it to point [more…]

Defining a PowerPoint Presentation

PowerPoint is similar to a word processor, except that it’s geared toward creating presentations rather than documents. PowerPoint presentations consist of one or more slides [more…]

Uses for Self-Running PowerPoint 2007 Presentations

Self-running, kiosk-style PowerPoint presentations usually fall into the show and tell category. These PowerPoint presentations can’t go into very much depth because, without a narrator, all descriptions [more…]

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