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Did you know that you can save your PowerPoint 2010 presentations as Windows Media Player (.wmv) video files? Well, you can. And it only takes a few mouse clicks.
You can then burn the video file to a DVD, upload it to your blog or video-sharing web site, or email it to your professor. This is a great way to share your PowerPoint presentations with people who don’t have PowerPoint installed on their computer.
If you use PowerPoint 2007 there are a few more steps involved, but it's still possible.
To save your PowerPoint 2010 presentation as a video:
For additional help with configuring computer and HD displays, see Turn your presentation into a video.
Note: To add narration, your computer must be equipped with a sound card, microphone, and speakers. If you have PowerPoint 2007, there are a few more steps involved.
Johnnyvick7 put together a fun video about doing this in PowerPoint 2007:
Why might you convert your presentation into a video? Leave a comment to share your story.
To learn more about all things PowerPoint, keep an eye on the PowerPoint blog.
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