Adding speaker notes to a PowerPoint presentation provides reference material for the speaker when presenting a slide show so that they can stay on track without forgetting important message points. Here you can read how you can add and use speaker notes.
Adding speaker notes in PowerPoint
If you want to add speaker notes in PowerPoint, you must first be in the normal view. If you are not there yet, you can switch to normal view by going to the & # 39; View & # 39; and then & # 39; Normal & # 39; in the & # 39; Presentation views & # 39; group.
Next, in the panel on the left, select the slide to which you want to add speaker notes.
panel. Then click on the "Notes" button at the bottom of the window.
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Now simply type the speaker notes for that slide Repeat this process for each slide to which you want to add notes.
Using speaker notes during a PowerPoint presentation
There are two ways to use speaker notes during a presentation: present on a secondary monitor or print the speaker says.  Using a second monitor
It is safe to assume that most presentations are presented on a secondary monitor, if this is the case for you, u not really doing much.
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The first thing you need to do is change the display to slide show. You can do this by selecting the Slide Show icon at the bottom right of the window.
In this view, the audience only sees the slides as you walk through the presentation. . However, your primary monitor shows the current slide, an example of the coming slide, and your speaker notes for the current slide.
This is a convenient way to have a virtual copy of the speaker notes while giving a presentation, but it never hurts to have a hard copy.
Print the speaker notes
To print the speaker notes of your presentation, first select the "File" tab in the ribbon.
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In the panel on the left, select the "Button
In the "Settings" group, select the option named "Full page slides & # 39; s"
A drop-down menu appears, select "Note Page & # 39; s" in the "Print Layout" group.
Finally, click "Print"
You now have a physical copy of your speaker notes.