Self-running Presentations – PowerPoint 2007
This Self-running Presentations PowerPoint tutorial looks at how to create presentations that run automatically without the need for a presenter. These are a very specialist form of presentation, where there cannot be a presenter present and where the slides make sense in their own right. This PowerPoint 2007 tutorial focuses primarily on the use of automatic and timed slide transitions.
Using these techniques, presenters can create fast paced high impact presentations that run automatically. They can be sent directly to audiences to view in their own time, or be used as a demonstration or marketing tool, to cause someone to seek further details in a presenter-led presentation.
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Brian Fenix, Client Principal, Hewlett-Packard
Staff within the university are now using a lot of the slides m62 produced in their internal communications to wider audiences. This is a real advantage that we received from m62: we didn’t just get the initial impact, but we also got collateral material we could reuse in multiple other scenarios.