Using Presenter View

A great new feature in PowerPoint 2007 is Presenter view, shown in Figure 21-1. This view gives you the ability to use two monitors during a presentation so that you can run other programs your audience won’t see as the slide show runs. If you have ever presented slides and needed to refer to your speaker notes in the file or found yourself a little confused about what the next click or slide was going to bring, you will love Presenter view. This feature lets you do the following:

  • You can use thumbnails to select slides out of sequence.

  • You can preview text so you know exactly what will happen with your next click.

  • You can see speaker notes in a large font size.

  • You can black out screen content as needed and resume where you left ...

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