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Office 2010 Made Simple by Guy Hart-Davis

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Creating a Handout for a Presentation

When you're delivering a presentation live, it's often useful to create a handout that provides your audience with material to browse before you start, to scribble notes on as you proceed, and to take home afterward. To create a handout, PowerPoint uses Word, to which it automatically exports the slides and other material you choose.

To create a handout, first open Backstage view and give the Create Handouts command, as shown in Figure 22–10.

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Figure 22–10. To start creating handouts, open the Create Handouts in Microsoft Word pane in Backstage view, and then click the Create Handouts button.

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