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Chapter 2: Multimedia Presentations Activity (7): Automating presentations.


Date Session Class Objectives:
By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: Create self running presentations.

Introduction:
By using a self-running presentation, you can communicate your information without a presenter. For example, you can set up a presentation to run unattended at a trade show or convention, or you can send a CD with a self-running presentation to a client. Before you can self-run a presentation, you have to tell PowerPoint that you want it to self-run. Self-running PowerPoint presentations dont have the control buttons in the lower-left corner. You cant click the screen or press a key to move forward or backward to the next or previous slide. The only control you have over a self-running presentation is pressing the Esc key. Pressing Esc ends the presentation. PowerPoint offers three ways to indicate how long you want each slide to stay on-screen. You can keep all slides on-screen the same amount of time, choose a different time for each slide, or rehearse the presentation and tell PowerPoint to keep each slide on-screen for the amount of time it remained on-screen during the rehearsal.

Teacher Activity:
Follow these steps to keep all slides in a self-running presentation on-screen for the same amount of time: 1. Switch to Slide Sorter view. In Slide Sorter view, you will able to see how long each slide is supposed to remain on-screen. 2. Click the Animations tab.

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3. Deselect the On Mouse Click check box. Deselecting this check box tells PowerPoint to advance slides after a certain amount of time has elapsed.

Enter how long you want each slide or all the slides to remain on-screen in the Automatically After box.

4. Select the Automatically After check box. 5. Click the Apply to All button. This tells PowerPoint to advance all slides in the presentation after a certain amount of time has elapsed. Later, you can adjust time periods for individual slides. 6. Enter how long you want the slide or all the slides to remain on-screen. How you do this depends on whether you want the slides to stay on-screen the same amount of time:

All slides the same time: Enter a time period in the Automatically After text box and click the Apply to All button again. Each slide a different time: One by one, select each slide and enter a time period in the Automatically After text box.

Follow these steps to make a self-running presentation: 1. Click the Slide Show tab. 2. Click the Set up Slide Show button.

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3. Under Show Type, select the Browsed at a Kiosk (Full Screen) option. When you select this option, PowerPoint automatically selects the Loop Continuously Until Esc option. 4. Make sure that the Using Timings, if Present option button is selected. 5. Click OK.

Class Activity:
To apply the above under teachers supervision.

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