Creating Presentations that Others Can Control

PowerPoint is not only used during presentations where a live presenter presents in front of a live audience. There are other ways to use PowerPoint, two of which are:

– as an elearning tool where the learner himself can control the presentation

– as a marketing tool where the presentation can run by itself.

Below, PowerPoint guru, Ellen Finkelstein, teaches us how to create presentations that others can control. Here’s what you do:

1. Add narration.

2. Add navigation for people to move through your presentation.

3. Disable clicking to advance slides.

4. Save the presentation as a show. 

To find out more about creating presentations that others can control, please head to:

How to create a self-running presentation

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