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Old 10-04-2017, 12:20 PM
jomo252 jomo252 is offline Powerpoint 2016 slide show presenter view as powerpoint 2010 multiple slides at the bottom Windows 10 Powerpoint 2016 slide show presenter view as powerpoint 2010 multiple slides at the bottom Office 2016
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Default Powerpoint 2016 slide show presenter view as powerpoint 2010 multiple slides at the bottom

Hi, we have just upgraded to Office 2016 but don't like the new presenter view. Is it possible at all to set the presenter view as per 2010 with multiple slides showing at the bottom. This helps us greatly should a band go off track or a speaker digress from the notes. I know they can all show but you cannot keep that screen open and navigate to a different slide
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