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PostSubject: Microsoft Powerpoint   12/4/2009, 15:19

How do you make your computer save your presentation as a slide show? Help says to change the ppt to a pps but it will not let me. How do I do this? Thanks Wanting them to just see the slide show not the side outline etc Question
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PostSubject: Re: Microsoft Powerpoint   12/4/2009, 18:41

Haven't done it yet, but how about this?

www.educationworld.com/a_tech/techtorial/techtorial071.doc+How+do+you+make+your+computer+save+your+presentation+as+a+slide+show%3F&cd=4&hl=en&ct=clnk" class="postlink" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Create a PowerPoint Photo Slide Show
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PostSubject: Re: Microsoft Powerpoint   12/5/2009, 11:18

Thanks Pepper... It shows me how to make the presentation and how to give the presentation, which was easier directions than MS Helps gave but when I send it or you upload it somewhere it goes to the format that shows you the slide set up on the side. If you do not know power point you do not know you can just press F5 to begin the slide show. I have gotten forwards that have the Powerpoint slide show already active. Help says to change the file type from .ppt to .pps but it is not giving me that option.

I am wanting to put it on my eFolio acct and my LinkedIn acct. Currently I explain what the slide show is and have the file uploaded to click on it and then have the instructions to press F5 when it opens to view the slide show. Not sure that is professional enough. I may just be paranoid....
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