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10 Tips to Do Presentations Like Me: Use Presenter View



Tip #3 – use the Presenter View during your presentations!

The image above is my presentation … in presenter view. I always use presenter view (unless I’m doing a webinar from my office). Here’s why:

  • Presenter view (in Keynote anyway) displays two slides at once, so I know what’s coming up next
  • presenter view has those notes I mentioned in Tip #2 – so if there’s something I want to say a certain way, I can simply glance down at my notes on the screen – pretty handy!
  • Notice the timer in the upper right hand corner? Huge help for making sure I stay on schedule.

If you get too wordy in the presenter notes box, you have two options: 1. a scroll bar will appear – sorta awkward on the fly, but it will work; 2. break that idea into multiple slides. You can even use a copy of the current slide – it won’t change what anyone sees, but your notes will change “behind the scenes.”

Pretty tricky thing, that presenter view!

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  • http://www.excelhighschool.com Online GED

    a scroll bar will appear – sorta awkward on the fly, but it will work; this usually happens to me.

  • Kstutzman

    I use Powerpoint. Is there an equivalent feature to the presenter view in Keynote?

  • Kstutzman

    I use Powerpoint. Is there an equivalent feature to the presenter view in Keynote?

  • Kstutzman

    I use Powerpoint. Is there an equivalent feature to the presenter view in Keynote?

  • Kstutzman

    I use Powerpoint. Is there an equivalent feature to the presenter view in Keynote?