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Video highlighting [Tom Wildenhain’s] research on PowerPoint Turing Machines for CMU’s SIGBOVIK 2017
Read the paper:
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Original video (without live background noise):
Don’t let this be you. Plan your presentation tech in advance.
Did you know that PowerPoint 2013 can export your presentation to an .MP4 video file including narration and transitions? Just head on over to File|Export and select Create a Video.
If you work on PowePoint presentations a lot, eventually you’ll need to look at two version of the same presentation at the same time to compare one version from another. To pull this off, open both presentations and then head to the View menu and click Arrange All.
When you’re giving a presentation sometimes you want the audience to pay attention to you instead of your slides. In these cases remember these two keys: ‘b’ & ‘w’. The b key turns the screen black, while the w key turns the screen white. To return to the slides, just tap the relevant key again. (I think this works in Keynote too. Please feel free to confirm/deny in the comments.)