Running Slide Show in Powerpoint 2010
Most PowerPoint presentations are created to be run as a slideshow. Given all the advanced features available in PowerPoint 2010, it is no surprise that there are many features related to running the slide show that have been included in this program too. Most of these features are really to help you create a good slide show without having to go through the entire presentation over and over again after every minor change. Features related to running the slide show are grouped under the Slide Show ribbon.
|Start Slide Show||From Beginning||Starts slide show from beginning||From Current Slide||Starts slide show from the current slide||Broadcast Slide Show||Allows users to broadcast the slide shows using Microsoft’s PowerPoint Broadcast Service||Custom Slide Show||Build a custom slide show by picking the slides you want to run|
|Set Up||Set Up Slide Show||Setup the slide show including browser/ full screen display, show options with or without narration/ animation, pen and laser color during the slide show and the slides to be presented during the show||Hide Slide||Mark/ unmark the slide as hidden so it is skipped or shown during the slide show respectively||Rehearse Timing||Allows users to rehearse the timing on each slide and the entire slide show||Record Slide Show||Record the slide show including narration and animation||Slide Show Checkboxes||Set or avoid use of narrative audio and rehearsed timings during the show. Display media controls in the slide show view|
|Monitors||Resolution||Define resolution in slide show view||Show Presentation on||Pick the monitor to display the presentation one – in case of multiple monitors||Use Presenter View||Run presentation in Presenter view rather than just slide show view|