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Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2007 Plain & Simple by Nancy Muir

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Chapter 13. Running a Presentation

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After you have built your slides, set up your slide show, rehearsed your presentation, and saved it to CD, the time comes to present your slide show to an audience. Assuming the show is set up to be given by a live presenter (see Chapter 12 for more about this setting) a presenter must know how to run the show, navigate among slides, annotate slides, and so on.

PowerPoint offers a few different ways to move around a presentation and a set of annotation tools that allows you to make notes as you present. If your presentation sparks interesting ideas, action items, or questions you need to follow up on, you ...

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