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Have you ever been on the phone with someone and suddenly wish you could just show them what you mean? You can! With PowerPoint Broadcast Slide Show and a few clicks, you can send your slides to your customer or partner and walk them through your message.
In this excerpt from the Office Show, Doug Thomas shows you how the new PowerPoint 2010 feature Broadcast Slide Show allows you to send your live presentation across the web to many different devices.
Consider this scenario: You have a friend in San Francisco, a partner in New Orleans, and a distributor in New York--and they all want a piece of your new business, "Awesome Pies." You've built the first expansion plan in PowerPoint. You have a choice: You can send them a large PowerPoint file with no representation, or you can broadcast your presentation to them simply by sending them a link via IM or email.
Broadcast attendees don't need to have PowerPoint installed. All they need is a browser. Whether they're at their PC, on their cell phone, or using a browser in an Internet café, all attendees can watch a live, synchronized view of your slide show in their browser. And you can set up a conference call so they can follow along with you as you step through the slides.
Pies may not be your business, but the scenario of sharing your slides with anyone on any Internet-connected device hopefully resonates with you.
To learn more, take a look at the article (and accompanying video) Broadcast your PowerPoint presentation to a remote audience.
Give PowerPoint broadcast a try. It's pretty cool to be able to share your slides with anyone, anywhere, on any device. Leave us a comment to let us know how you like the feature or if you have a question about it.
Speaking of pie... it must be dessert time somewhere in the world, right?
-- Joy Miller, for the PowerPoint blog team