Multi-Screen World by Ric Bretschneider

Created: Friday, June 6, 2008, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 8:47 am

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Ric Bretschneider, Senior Program Manager for PowerPoint at Microsoft posts often on the PowerPoint Team Blog — one of his posts provides a quick and easy tip for those who have a dual monitor display so that they can use the larger screen area to edit two presentations at the same time.

This tip works great with PowerPoint 2007 and earlier versions — check it out here…

Categories: techniques, powerpoint

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