Chapter 19

Giving Presentations

In This Chapter

arrow Sending your iPad’s screen to a TV or projector via AirPlay

arrow Presenting — and remote-controlling — your slideshow from Apple’s Keynote

arrow Showing your slides from Microsoft PowerPoint

arrow Avoiding the potential display-compatibility problem via the SlideShark web service

arrow Displaying specialty presentations with Roambi and StoryDesk

The iPad is a great presentation tool. Sure, you can just hand someone your Pad so that the person can see whatever you want to show, such as a web page or presentation. But with Apple’s AirPlay technology, you can share what’s on your iPad screen to a whole group of people at one time via a TV or projector (using an Apple TV or through a cable).

In this chapter, I explain how to use AirPlay to display your iPad’s screen on a TV or other screen. I then explain how to give presentations from your iPad using Apple’s Keynote, Microsoft’s PowerPoint, and Google’s Slides apps — you may never run your presentation from ...

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