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Old 04-25-2014, 03:00 PM
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Default Display and Edit a Presentation at the same time.

I have a computer connected to a projector. I want to display my powerpoint presentation on the projector while being able to edit slides on the computer at the same time.
I know this can be done, but can't remeber how to do it.



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Old 04-28-2014, 01:16 AM
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You may use Presenter View feature of PowerPoint 2010 to do your task.

Follow these steps to apply this setting:
  • Open your presentation file in PowerPoint 2010. Click on Slide Show tab and check the Use Presenter View option.
  • Now click on Check and continue.
  • Now you will see 2 monitors in the Display settings window if you are connected to projector also.
  • In Multiple displays drop-down list, choose Extend these displays option and hit the Apply button.
  • Now hit the Keep changes button and close the pop up window.
  • Click F5 to run the PowerPoint slideshow.
  • You will see the presentation view on your computer screen with slide view and additional notes, slide thumbnails, timings.
  • Now you can edit your PowerPoint slides on your computer during the presentation.
For more details follow this link: http://office.microsoft.com/en-001/p...010336515.aspx
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Can you edit in presenter view??
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Probably worth trying it personally then! It is not easy to make it even close to seamless.
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