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PowerPoint 2000/98: Visual QuickStart Guide by Rebecca Bridges Altman

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Chapter 15. Producing a Slide Show

PowerPoint's slide show feature displays one slide at a time, full screen (Figure 15.1). You can use this feature to show your presentation to an audience or merely to preview it yourself. Since your computer becomes the equivalent of a slide projector, you can see how your presentation will look to your audience. In this full-screen view, you can concentrate on individual slides and perhaps spot mistakes you may have missed in the other views. However, you cannot edit slides during a slide show.

Slides are presented full screen during a slide show.

Figure 15.1. Slides are presented full screen during a slide show.

When you're ready for an audience, you can present ...

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