Presenter View in PowerPoint 2016

Created: Wednesday, November 18, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



PowerPoint 2016’s Presenter View is a purpose-built view that accompanies Slide Show view. This view is beneficial in an environment that has at least two displays such as a laptop and a projector. The projector then shows the actual slides – that is what we commonly call Slide Show view. However, you see the Presenter view on the laptop — Figure 1 below shows you Presenter view. Notice that you get to see much more than just the slide — rest assured that the audience viewing the projector output see only the slide!

Learn about Presenter View in PowerPoint 2016.

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