Digital PowerPoint Timer

Friday, September 25th, 2009 , 113 comments

digital-countdownThe second in our series of slides for use in your own conferences and training events. This Digital PowerPoint Timer has been created and animated within PowerPoint. Use it to make sure that delegates know when the next session is going to start, and entirely how long they can spend sipping coffee and checking their email. Select the starting slide of your choice, and watch the count down to zero.

This digital PowerPoint timer looks like a digital countdown timer (from a famous Fox TV show); we also have a more retro PowerPoint countdown timer for those who prefer that look.

Choose from different lengths and versions of timer below. PowerPoint 2003 files will work in PowerPoint 2003, 2007, and 2010. PowerPoint 2010 files can be used to change the colour of the clock from within PowerPoint 2010, but may not function correctly in earlier versions of PowerPoint. Please note that with the longer length timers (60 and 90 minutes), there is a chance that PowerPoint might crash due to the large number of animations involved. For countdowns over 60 minutes, download the shortest length appropriate for optimum reliability.

Jump to different versions of the Digital PowerPoint Timer:

PowerPoint 2003
PowerPoint 2010
PowerPoint 2010 Widescreen

Simply download the PowerPoint slides, set the timer by starting on the correct slide, hit Shift+F5, and off you go. Have a great event – remember, your slides will be more effective if you don’t use bullet points.

Download Digital PowerPoint Timer For PowerPoint 2003

PowerPoint 2003 10 minute timer
PowerPoint 2003 20 minute timer
PowerPoint 2003 30 minute timer
PowerPoint 2003 45 minute timer
PowerPoint 2003 60 minute timer
PowerPoint 2003 90 minute timer

Download Digital PowerPoint Timer For PowerPoint 2010

PowerPoint 2010 files can be used to change the colour of the clock – read our Digital PowerPoint Timer instructions to learn how.

If using Internet Explorer 8 on Windows, you may need to right click and select ‘save as’ (or upgrade to IE9, or Chrome, or Firefox) to avoid the pptx file opening as a zipped XML file.

PowerPoint 2010 10 second timer
PowerPoint 2010 20 second timer
PowerPoint 2010 30 second timer
PowerPoint 2010 45 second timer
PowerPoint 2010 60 second timer
PowerPoint 2010 90 second timer

PowerPoint 2010 10 minute timer
PowerPoint 2010 15 minute timer
PowerPoint 2010 20 minute timer
PowerPoint 2010 30 minute timer
PowerPoint 2010 45 minute timer
PowerPoint 2010 60 minute timer
PowerPoint 2010 90 minute timer

Download Widescreen Digital PowerPoint Timer for PowerPoint 2010

PowerPoint 2010 widescreen 10 second timer
PowerPoint 2010 widescreen 20 second timer
PowerPoint 2010 widescreen 30 second timer
PowerPoint 2010 widescreen 45 second timer
PowerPoint 2010 widescreen 60 second timer
PowerPoint 2010 widescreen 90 second timer

PowerPoint 2010 widescreen 10 minute timer
PowerPoint 2010 widescreen 15 minute timer
PowerPoint 2010 widescreen 20 minute timer
PowerPoint 2010 widescreen 30 minute timer
PowerPoint 2010 widescreen 45 minute timer
PowerPoint 2010 widescreen 60 minute timer
PowerPoint 2010 widescreen 90 minute timer

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Want to learn how to make slides like these? Check out our Advanced PowerPoint Training course.

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113 Comments to Digital PowerPoint Timer

  1. #1

    Jim Smith

    4:43 pm, February 8th, 2010

    Beautifully crafted visually but unfortunately it takes an additional 10 sec to load each slide before it counts down so the timer is very inaccurate.

    Any suggestions?

  2. #2

    Joby Blume

    5:36 pm, February 8th, 2010

    Jim, we obviously tested the file, and it’s working fine for us. Which I guess isn’t that useful for you…

    There are two things that could cause unacceptable lag in switching between slides – one is PowerPoint itself, the other is your computer.

    This sequence was designed in PowerPoint 2003, and can run with glitches in 2007. (It runs OK in 2010, and for some set-ups in 2007.) If your computer is not fast graphically that might also cause some delays.

    If you let us know what your set-up is we might be able to craft a solution, for you and visitors in similar situations.

  3. #3


    7:18 pm, February 24th, 2010

    Thanks a Lot!
    When you said free to download and to use it. Can we use it at Home, College, company without any payment or license to use it?

  4. #4

    Joby Blume

    11:25 pm, February 24th, 2010

    Yep, at home, college, or at your company. It can’t be resold or modified for resale though. This is our gift to our readers.

    If you like the slides, maybe tell some people about us, that would be great!

  5. #5

    Joe Bob

    3:17 pm, April 1st, 2010

    I really like the concept. But, I can’t get the download to work on anything. Powerpoint says it is corrupt or unable to open this file type. I’ve tried Office 2003,2004, and 2008.

  6. #6

    Jessica Pyne

    12:08 pm, April 6th, 2010

    Joe – have you downloaded the file and saved to your computer, or tried to open it immediately?

    If you could send us a copy of the error message, that would help in diagnosing the problem.

  7. #7

    Joby Blume

    11:09 am, April 9th, 2010

    Are you using a Mac?

  8. #8


    10:29 am, April 15th, 2010

    There are so many people making it so complicated to put a countdown timer in PPT that i had given up!!

    Your PPT has made it all so simple!! Can not thank you enough!

    Great job.. (Already refered your site to all my trainers)

  9. #9

    Joby Blume

    7:03 pm, April 15th, 2010

    Soham – glad you like the timer.

    Thank you so much for telling people about us – that’s exactly the right way to thank us. If you blog or tweet and want to mention our PowerPoint countdown timer, even better!

  10. #10


    1:01 pm, October 5th, 2010

    Hi, i like your countdown, but how can i change the colour green to gold, as i cannot seam to find a way


  11. #11

    Joby Blume

    10:22 am, October 6th, 2010


    There’s no straightforward way as we have made use of PNGs to get the effects working. We’ll look at producing a newer version that allows customisation – but that will take a couple of weeks at least, as it fits in with the workload of our presentation studio. We’ll update you when we have more news.

  12. #12


    4:33 pm, December 1st, 2010

    Thank you so much for this timer it was really easy to use and has really helped me to keep time of activities enabling me to work with the learners around the room.

    Just love the black and green concept

    Thanks once again

  13. #13

    Joby Blume

    4:56 pm, December 2nd, 2010

    Well the design concept is from a TV show – but we’re really pleased that you find the PowerPoint timer useful in the classroom.

  14. #14


    8:49 pm, December 2nd, 2010

    This is AWESOME – I have been looking for a timer for some time now and often get asked about countdown timers – I have referred all my colleagues to this website as a functional resource for our department.
    I would love to see a menu page and the option to select different times – 60 mins, 45 mins, 30 mins etc.

    The Design is great and gets everyone’s attention. Nice work – I look forward to future updates.

  15. #15

    Jessica Pyne

    11:30 am, December 3rd, 2010

    Hi Andy – Thanks for the feedback, we’re glad you like it! We do have plans to develop the countdown timer further, and I’ll pass your requests on to the design team. If there is anything else you would like to see, please let us know.

  16. #16


    6:50 pm, March 21st, 2011

    Any updates ? I would love to start using this but, at present it is lacking the features I need.

  17. #17

    Jessica Pyne

    11:35 am, March 25th, 2011

    Hi Andy – Unfortunately our designers haven’t had the chance to update this yet, but we promise you it’s on the cards! We hope that we’ll have the updates you requested soon, and I’ll email you once they have been completed.

  18. #18

    Jo Anne Brooks

    7:44 pm, March 29th, 2011

    Thanks! Love this!

  19. #19

    Jessica Pyne

    10:29 pm, April 4th, 2011

    As you can see, we now have longer lengths available. It is worth noting though that there is a chance of PowerPoint crashing with longer lengths, as the software is not used to such a large number of animations. This doesn’t mean that they can’t be used – just that for optimum reliability for countdowns over 60 minutes, you should try and use the shortest length appropriate.

    We are also working on a PowerPoint 2010 version of this timer that will enable users to change the colours of the countdown. This should be live very soon.

    Thanks for your patience, and keep the suggestions coming!

  20. #20

    Jessica Pyne

    12:12 pm, April 7th, 2011

    Another update – we now have PowerPoint 2010 versions of the timer, which can be edited to change the colour of the clock. Read our Digital PowerPoint Timer Instructions to learn how to do this. Enjoy – and if you have any other comments, please let us know!

  21. #21


    3:30 pm, April 26th, 2011

    Is there any way to use this on a confidence monitor along with or split screen with a presenter’s PPT? Or does anyone know of a product that would accomplish this? Thanks.

  22. #22

    Jessica Pyne

    7:38 pm, April 28th, 2011

    Hi Cathie, unfortunately you wouldn’t be able to split the screen, as PowerPoint does not support this. If you wanted to have both the timer and a separate PowerPoint presentation running, you would need to use two monitors and two computers.

  23. #23


    11:01 am, May 8th, 2011

    Thank you very much for this very useful, esthetic gadget and this amazing website.

  24. #24

    Jessica Pyne

    11:27 am, May 9th, 2011

    You’re welcome, Tayfun – we’re glad you find it useful. If there’s anything else you would like to see on, please let us know! We really appreciate input from our site visitors.

  25. #25

    Stuart Crous

    7:12 am, May 27th, 2011

    WOW, what a beautiful feature. We are using the digital countdown timer for the first time in our church service this weekend, thank you to m62 for this brilliant website. You guys rock.

  26. #26

    Jessica Pyne

    11:39 am, May 27th, 2011

    Thanks for the lovely comment, Stuart! We’re glad you like it, and hope that you continue to find useful!

  27. #27


    3:35 pm, June 17th, 2011

    Thank u so much.This concept is really great

  28. #28

    Jessica Pyne

    9:24 am, June 20th, 2011

    You’re welcome, Sammy – we hope you find the slides useful. Let us know if you have any ideas for anything else you would like to see us produce in PowerPoint!

  29. #29


    8:57 am, June 23rd, 2011

    Is there easy way to remove that circle and leave only clock view. If so, will it make it this presentation much lighter?

  30. #30

    Jessica Pyne

    4:27 pm, June 29th, 2011

    Jojuu – Unfortunately, there is no easy way to remove the circle, as there is a risk that you could break the animation sequence. It would make the file size smaller, but it is difficult to say how much. I’ll add your request to the list of future developments, but it may take a while to be completed. Please do continue to make suggestions – we really appreciate the feedback!

  31. #31


    8:12 pm, July 8th, 2011

    I only need a 20-second countdown. So I know I can delete all but the last 2 slides. And then on the second to last slide delete all the minutes. But I got lost trying to delete everything but the last 20 seconds. Any suggestions?

  32. #32

    Jessica Pyne

    12:59 pm, July 11th, 2011

    This is where gets fiddly, Debra. The extra seconds and their animations would have to be manually deleted. I can pass your request on to our design team to see if they have time to adapt this for you, but they are very busy at the moment! I’ll contact you by email if there are any developments.

  33. #33


    9:15 pm, July 24th, 2011

    gee, this helps alot! how do i change the time to 10 secs instead?

  34. #34

    Jessica Pyne

    1:39 pm, July 26th, 2011

    Hi Wani. Without editing the animations yourself, the slides cannot begin at anything other than whole minutes. We do have a request in for shorter versions of the timer, but our designers are very busy at the moment and are unable to work on this immediately. I’ll let you know when shorter versions become available!

  35. #35


    8:25 am, August 25th, 2011

    thank you~
    it’s definitely what i’m looking for~!!

  36. #36

    Jessica Pyne

    11:04 am, August 26th, 2011

    You’re welcome, Moon – we’re glad you found what you were looking for! If you think the timer could be useful to anyone else, please do let them know!

  37. #37

    Jessica Pyne

    10:42 am, August 31st, 2011

    Hello All – We now have 30 and 90 second versions of this timer available. There will be more to come, as well as shorter versions of our more retro PowerPoint Countdown Timer. Please keep the suggestions coming, and we’ll keep the developments coming!

  38. #38


    3:10 pm, September 20th, 2011

    I want to put this timer on our school wide powerpoint for when students change classes they will know how much time they have left to cut down on tardies and I want it to loop. Can I make the timer loop all of the school day??? I wanted to somehow do 45 minutes then 4 minutes 45 minutes then 4 minutes…over and over

  39. #39

    Joby Blume

    10:40 am, September 21st, 2011

    I think it would be possible to do this. Download the 45 minute version, and then copy the last four slides at the back, so that you get 45 minutes and then 4 minutes – a deck of 49 slides. Then when you set up the slideshow (in PowerPoint 2010 Slide Show -> Set Up Slide Show) select ‘Loop continuously until Esc’. This ought to get you the 45 -> 4 -> 45 -> 4 etc timer that you want.

    But I would check the timings if I were you – the animations are set exactly within PowerPoint, but I don’t know how well this kind of PowerPoint clock would keep time over the course of a day. It might work – it might not.

  40. #40


    12:30 pm, November 13th, 2011

    Is it possible to create a two minute countdown timer, or to alter one to start at 2 minutes?

  41. #41

    Joby Blume

    2:38 pm, November 13th, 2011

    Just use the last two slides.

  42. #42


    4:21 am, November 25th, 2011

    hey guys love this countdown and was almost exactly what i was looking for for my youthgroup to use. My only question is…. would you happen to have a 15 minute countdown?

  43. #43

    Joby Blume

    11:14 am, November 25th, 2011

    Lenny – just start it on the slide that’s 15 minutes from the end. Delete the ones you don’t need if that’s easiest for you.

  44. #44


    6:45 am, November 26th, 2011

    Joby i am kind of embarrassed that i did not think of that haha thank you for the pointer :) much appreciated

  45. #45

    Adam Cahill

    7:26 pm, November 28th, 2011

    I’ve tried to do something like this before but the sheer amount of tedium drove me insane and I abandoned the effort. Kudos to your team!!
    I’ve successfully changed the colors of the “on” portions of the LED display to a more subdued color, unfortunately “off” sections are too bright making it difficult to read. Is there a way to change these?

  46. #46

    Jessica Pyne

    1:19 pm, November 30th, 2011

    Adam, I’ve passed your query on to the designers – will post the response when I receive it!

  47. #47

    Jessica Pyne

    12:24 pm, December 7th, 2011

    Hi Adam, I’ve had a response from the design team. Unfortunately the colour of the inactive numbers cannot be changed – this wasn’t built into the original file. The best way to combat this is to change the colour for the active numbers back to something brighter. Sorry we couldn’t be of more help!

  48. #48


    6:47 pm, December 14th, 2011

    Thanks a lot for the resources guys this is awesome. I am using the ppt countdown timer for a youth retreat presentation and going to hype up all the services. Looking forward to coming back to the sight for more info. I find myself frequently in the “I can use ppt but I know I am not using it to it’s full potential” boat.

  49. #49

    Jessica Pyne

    6:06 pm, December 16th, 2011

    Fantastic Chris, that’s just what we like to hear! Glad our timer is going to good use, and thanks for helping us spread the word. Please do get in contact if you have any specific requests for us, and we hope that we can continue to provide useful content in the future!

  50. #50


    4:32 pm, January 11th, 2012

    Thank you so much for posting the timers ! I needed a 5 minute timer for a meeting next week and this one will work perfectly !

  51. #51

    Jessica Pyne

    3:22 pm, January 13th, 2012

    You’re welcome Del, and we’re glad we could be of use! Hope your meeting goes well.

  52. #52

    Mark H.

    10:11 pm, January 31st, 2012

    These are great timers. I have one question. Is there a way to pause the timer and then restart it where you paused it from? I have tried the spacebar, but when I press the spacebar it does pause the counter but when I press it again it moves the counter time down to the next rounded minute…i.e. if I pause it at 15:34 and then press the spacebar again, then the counter will move to 15:00 and start from there.

  53. #53

    Mark H.

    10:12 pm, January 31st, 2012

    Also, is there a way to add a sound file, like a buzzer, when the counter hits 0:00?

  54. #54

    Jessica Pyne

    9:44 am, February 14th, 2012

    Hi Mark H,

    Yes, you can pause the timer and restart from the same place! When running the clock animation, hit ‘S’ (for stop!) on your keyboard. It will pause the slide, and pressing it again will restart it. You can learn more cool tricks like this on our PowerPoint training course.

    And you can also add a sound file – what version of PowerPoint are you using? This will affect the instructions we give you.

  55. #55

    no name

    9:04 pm, February 19th, 2012

    excellent thank you!

  56. #56


    6:16 pm, February 23rd, 2012

    Hi there thank you this was super needed the 30 sec time for presentation, awesome!

  57. #57


    8:58 pm, February 27th, 2012

    Your timer is brilliant for a my class, keeps the students on track, would it be possible to create a stand alone verson that could run on my teaching PowerPoint slides?

  58. #58

    Jessica Pyne

    8:32 pm, March 1st, 2012

    Hi Nicolette, glad we could help! If you can think of anyone else who might find the slides useful, please do let them know.

  59. #59

    Jessica Pyne

    8:51 pm, March 1st, 2012

    Hi Simon, thanks for the comment – we’re glad you like the timer! Unfortunately, creating a timer that will run alongside your presentation is impossible, as it would interfere with the timing and animations of your slides. We are hoping to produce a version of these slides that have space for additional content, but each slide would still have to advance every minute. If you would like a timer that runs while you present, I suggest you look for non-PowerPoint-based alternatives.

  60. #60


    9:57 pm, March 7th, 2012

    Hey I downloaded the 30 minute timer for 2010 and I’m not able to get the audio?

    I seen this used in a meeting that I attended recently and I really liked it.

    My question is, is it a problem on my end or is this something that you could offer me a fix on?


  61. #61

    Jessica Pyne

    3:25 pm, March 12th, 2012

    Hi Jessee, there is no audio included with these slides. If there was some at the meeting you attended, then it was added by the presenter. If you want to include some audio yourself, find out how to do so by watching our Inserting Audio PowerPoint tutorial.

  62. #62


    11:18 am, April 30th, 2012

    awesome work done fab !!!!!!!!!!!!!

  63. #63

    Jessica Pyne

    12:14 pm, May 15th, 2012

    Glad you like the timer, Ani!

  64. #64


    10:56 pm, May 25th, 2012

    Used this week and loved it! I am sharing with a coworker. Made me look like a rock star. I did give you creidt after he told me how awsome I was!

  65. #65

    Jessica Pyne

    8:01 pm, May 28th, 2012

    Fantastic to hear that Kelly, glad it went down so well! And thank you very much for telling your co-worker about us – we’re very grateful!

  66. #66


    9:18 am, June 14th, 2012

    A great help for me. I will be using this digital clock in all my events. More power and thank you so much!

  67. #67


    10:45 am, June 14th, 2012

    thanks a lot. the timer is very useful. ^^

  68. #68

    Jessica Pyne

    12:48 pm, June 14th, 2012

    Glad you’ve found it so useful, Job. You’re very welcome!

  69. #69

    Jessica Pyne

    12:49 pm, June 14th, 2012

    You’re welcome, Julieann- glad you like the timer.

  70. #70


    4:08 am, July 23rd, 2012

    I want to use this for a public speaker that I do not want to go over his allotted time too much. I want it to count down for 35 minutes and then after 35 minutes change to red and count up. Is it possible to manipulate it for this.


  71. #71

    Jessica Pyne

    3:50 pm, August 7th, 2012

    Hi Matt, I responded to this in greater detail on our PowerPoint Countdown Timer post – but the short answer is yes, it is possible, but may not be practical.

  72. #72


    3:47 am, September 4th, 2012

    very nice, guys.its help me much.tq.
    may god blees u 4 ur kindness by sharing us and let us learn how to be great like u!

  73. #73


    8:01 am, September 4th, 2012

    how will i change time of countdown example is 15 mins. or 25 mins?

  74. #74

    Jessica Pyne

    11:51 am, September 4th, 2012

    Very glad to help, Raja – you’re very welcome!

  75. #75

    Jessica Pyne

    11:57 am, September 4th, 2012

    Hi Mark, simply download a version of the timer that’s long enough – so the 30 minute timer – and then start the timer at the relevant slide (by selecting the slide and hitting Shift+F5). In this case, to start at 15 mins you would start on the 17th slide, and to start at 25 minutes you would start on the 12th slide. You can also delete the slides before the slide you start at if this makes it easier for you.

  76. #76


    10:03 pm, September 19th, 2012

    Hi Mark,

    Is there a way to embed this on a slide? I have a presentation and want this timer to run on it concurrently.

  77. #77

    Jessica Pyne

    9:06 am, September 20th, 2012

    Hi Dan,

    Unfortunately this wouldn’t work, as the animation timings would affect any other objects on the slide. We are working on a smaller version that run alongside images on a slide, but the same animation timing issues would apply.

  78. #78


    8:39 pm, October 17th, 2012


    first of all this is great thank you so much.

    my question is i would like to use 45 sec. how can i do that?


  79. #79

    Harry Wilson

    9:21 am, October 18th, 2012

    No problem, and unfortunately It isn’t very straight forward to do as you’d have to manually change the animations – I advise using a 60 second or 30 second timer. Thanks, Harry

  80. #80

    Jessica Pyne

    11:55 am, November 2nd, 2012

    Hi Civan,

    We now have a 45 second version of the timer available – please feel free to download using the link above!

  81. #81

    Ross Gardler

    11:18 am, November 19th, 2012

    This is great – thank you.

    I added a chime sound on the last animation to indicate the countdown had completed:

    Animations -> Animation Pane
    Select slide 2
    Right click on last animation in the list
    Effect Options
    Select the sound and volume you want

    That’s it you are done. The sound will play when the last time change occurs.

  82. #82

    Jessica Pyne

    11:06 am, November 20th, 2012

    Thank you for your input, Ross! Glad you like the timer.

  83. #83

    Mark Who

    7:07 am, November 28th, 2012

    This is really great!

    I was just wondering if there is any way to change the background colour to white? I can remove the background with slide master, but there is still black under the animation. What I mean is that whic ever bar is not activated in the clock, It should be white not black.

    Otherwise amazing!

  84. #84

    Harry Wilson

    9:07 am, November 28th, 2012

    Hi Mark, I’ll pass this to a designer, who should have a response for you soon!

  85. #85

    Harry Wilson

    3:35 pm, November 28th, 2012

    Hi Mark, The original designer who made it is currently on holiday. So I’ve just spoken to one of our senior designers he said: This one should be fairly simple. I didn’t make the clock, but as far as I can see it’s just a case of right clicking the black rectangle behind the numbers, selecting format shape and choosing an alternative colour. This will need to be done on each slide, but you shouldn’t need to touch the actual background.

    Hope this works for you!

  86. #86


    6:57 pm, January 15th, 2013

    This clock stops after one minute all of them do that and when i need 5 min clock, 1 minute is not a solution

  87. #87

    Jessica Pyne

    9:50 am, January 16th, 2013

    Hi Ričardas, have you checked the settings for your slideshow? Make sure that under Animations > Advance Slide, ‘On Click’ is deselected and that the slide is set to advance after one minute. If you let us know which version of PowerPoint you are using, we can provide more details on how to run it on your computer.

  88. #88


    1:28 pm, January 29th, 2013

    Hi guys, thanks for this I have edited mine and added the final countdown song when it gets to 4:59.

  89. #89

    Jessica Pyne

    4:35 pm, January 29th, 2013

    You’re welcome, Craig – and that’s certainly a creative edit!

  90. #90

    Harry Wilson

    4:57 pm, January 29th, 2013

    You’re very welcome Craig hope you enjoy it!

  91. #91


    4:19 pm, January 30th, 2013

    This is one of the best site i ever came across .. you r awesoe thanks a lot for your help…

  92. #92

    Jessica Pyne

    4:59 pm, January 30th, 2013

    You’re very welcome, Tashreef – we’re glad you like so much! If you’d really like to say thank you, please tell your friends about us – help spread the word!

  93. #93


    8:03 pm, April 9th, 2013

    I recently used the 20 minute countdown at an event where students review their portfolios with professionals. It worked wonderfully and everyone LOVED it. The head of practice at the school approached me about it afterwards asking if he could have a copy. Thanks for making such a visually pleasing and useful tool!

  94. #94

    Harry Wilson

    10:27 am, April 10th, 2013

    Thanks RBradshaw – Glad it came in useful!

  95. #95


    12:50 pm, June 24th, 2013

    These are great and simplify the process completely. Thank you so much. Used and shared. Just one question: how do I set this as a five minute timer if needed? Thanks again.

  96. #96

    Harry Wilson

    9:44 am, June 25th, 2013

    Hi Sam, Just delete or hide the slides after 5 minutes. This will give the clock only 5 minutes! Hope that helps!

  97. #97


    7:31 pm, July 7th, 2013

    Thank you very much.

  98. #98

    Harry Wilson

    10:02 am, July 9th, 2013

    You’re very welcome Jola

  99. #99


    6:45 pm, September 19th, 2013

    I am having trouble inserting the timer to my slide presentation. hos do I do that and How do I add sound to the end

  100. #100

    Harry Wilson

    11:12 am, September 20th, 2013

    Hi Amy, What exactly is the problem when you insert it? Thanks

  101. #101


    11:06 pm, September 22nd, 2013

    I try to insert and I get it “will not copy and paste here” . Tried a different timer and it will not display in the presentation. I am doing a game show style presentation and I need to have a 60 second timer at the end.

  102. #102

    Harry Wilson

    9:03 am, September 23rd, 2013

    Hi Amy, Do you have your Macro’s enabled?

  103. #103


    12:49 am, September 24th, 2013

    Yes I do

    Also I would like to add sound at the last slide I saw a post earlier but will wait to try after I get the timer slides inserted

  104. #104

    Harry Wilson

    9:08 am, September 24th, 2013

    Hi Amy, I’ve passed this onto one of our designers who will get back to you ASAP! Thanks

  105. #105


    8:34 pm, October 16th, 2013


    am conducting a Quiz event for this i need a timer of 120 seconds but i can only see 90 sec is last one can you please provide me a timer for 2 minutes.

    Thank you,

  106. #106

    Harry Wilson

    3:12 pm, October 17th, 2013

    Hi Ganesh, Unfortunately we do not provide a 120 second timer. Thanks

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    7:23 am, October 18th, 2013


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    7:24 am, October 18th, 2013


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    7:30 pm, October 21st, 2013

    Hi there
    I have managed to insert the last two slides into my presentation as I need a 2 minute timer but the design/colours seem to have changed leaving it illegible? Can you help?

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    Harry Wilson

    9:52 am, October 30th, 2013

    Hi RIDP, unfortunately we don’t provide a free 2 Min timer free of charge. Thanks

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    5:08 pm, November 29th, 2013

    Hi there,
    I love the timer and have one question, After the timer has timed out is there a way to return to the slide where the timer was initiated from without having to scroll back through slide sorter?

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    Harry Wilson

    9:58 am, December 2nd, 2013

    Hi Mark, I’ll pass this to a designer. Thanks

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    9:36 am, March 5th, 2014

    very nice presentation….. really an appriciable effort!