Learn PowerPoint 2007 for Windows: Slides With Countdown Timers

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What if you are in a situation where you must give your presentation within a time constraint? Maybe you have been allowed precisely 15 or 10 minutes, and then you need to wrap up. How will you keep track of the time? One solution to this issue is to use the countdown timers in your presentation. This tutorial explains how you can add a countdown timer within your presentation in PowerPoint 2007 using a ready-to-use video file.

Learn how you can use a video countdown timer across slides in PowerPoint 2007.

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