By Ellen Finkelstein
Your secret presentation aid
Presenter View is a secret view that’s only for you! It’s a way of seeing your notes and upcoming slides while your audience sees only the current slide as usual.
Here’s what Presenter View looks like.
What can you do with Presenter View?
As you can see, Presenter View has 3 panes: your slide, your notes, and slide thumbnails at the bottom. Here are some great Presenter View features:
*You can click any slide to go to it immediately.
*You can resize the panes by dragging on their border. For example, you might want to make the Notes pane larger and the Slide pane smaller
*At the bottom of the Notes pane, you can use the Zoom In and Zoom Out buttons to get the notes text just the size you want, so it’s easily readable.
*Beneath the slide is a timer that keeps you on track.
*Beneath the slide, you have easy access to both forward and back arrows.
*You can also access pen and pointer features by clicking the Pointer Options button below the slide.
Beneath the slide, at the left, you see your current slide and the total number of slides.
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