Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Enhanced Presenter View

Created: Friday, November 9, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 7:20 am



PowerPoint 2013’s Presenter View is one of its most revamped features — but first let us discuss what Presenter View actually is. It’s a special view that accompanies Slide Show view and is typically used in a two display environment such as a laptop and a projector. The projector then shows the actual slides — that’s what we commonly call Slide Show view. While Presenter view in PowerPoint 2010 and earlier versions had to be turned on, PowerPoint 2013 automatically detects if you have two displays and turns on Presenter view.

Learn about PowerPoint 2013’s enhanced presenter view.

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