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VIEWING POWER POINT PRESENTATIONS In the “Ed 201” folder, you will see several Power Point presentations, indicated by the little red screen icon. Click on the one you want. You will see a small screen with the first slide of the presentation. In the lower left corner of the whole window, you will see a row of little icons. One of them looks like little movie screen. Click on it. The picture will then enlarge to fill the entire screen. You can advance the slides by hitting either the space bar, the little down arrow on the right of the keyboard, or the left mouse button. If you want to go back, you can use the
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Unformatted text preview: right arrow on the keyboard. If you want to print out the content of the Power Point presentation, do not click the print button. Rather click on the file menu , then Print , and when the dialogue box comes up, on the left side, it asks, Print what ? Hold that down and scroll down to “Outline View ” Then that will print out for you the data on the slides, without any of the artwork. However do not do this during our demo class. You can do it later from any other school computer. When you are finished, be sure to close out the Power Point by clicking onto the “X” in the upper right of the screen....
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