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Here’s a little balm to sooth your nerves about presenting at your next meeting. I’ve collected some advice from presentation masters Seth Godin, Guy Kawasaki, and Garr Reynolds to help you create better PowerPoint Slides and give better presentations. Plus we'll look at that ace you have up your sleeve: PowerPoint’s underutilized Presenter’s View tool.
Here’s where you can find more information about what is talked about in the video:
Scene 1: My Office
Scene 2: The Co-worker
Scene 3: The Conference Room
Scene 4: The Auditorium
see more at the new PowerPoint blog
nice post, thanks
If I want to practice presenter view but don't have a second monitor available, would it work if I purchased a plug just like the one on a monitor or projector's cable and simply plug that into the notebook?
I HAVE LOST PASSWORD OF MY POWERPOINT PORESENTATION I WANT TO OPEN IT CAN ANY ONE HELP ME OUT PLZ...
Alessandra: I don't think that will work because simply placing a plug with not let your OS "read" there's a second computer attached If someone knows otherwise, please let us know.
RAKESH: I talked to a few PowerPoint experts here and they say there is no way to unlock a password protected document. You might want to try the PowerPoint discussion boards or Microsoft Answers: answers.microsoft.com/.../default.aspx
This is an EXCELLENT video, Doug. I wish I had seen it before yesterday's big presentation.
Excellent video. Thanks for the tips.
Great video. I'm a PowerPoint dummy, so I didn't even know about Presenter view. I'll play around with that, now that I know. Keep the great videos coming.
Garr has great tips: www.garrreynolds.com/.../index.html