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Rehearse timings for a slide show j then press F5 or click Slide Show > From Beginning to start the course. In the message bar, click Enable Editing, If the videos in this course don’t play, you may need to download QuickTime or just switch to PowerPoint download QuickTimeswitch to PowerPoint 2013
51234 Course summaryHelp Rehearse timings for a slide show Closed captions 1/2 videos SummaryFeedback Help Rehearse timings Edit timings 2:252:09 Press F5 to start, Esc to stop When you want to record a running time for each slide, use the Rehearse Timings feature.This enables you to run through your presentation in Slide Show view and record the time each slide takes. Then, use the timings to run the show automatically, either to help you rehearse or for a self-running show. To record slide timings: When you’re ready to run through your show, click the Slide Show tab > Rehearse Timings. PowerPoint opens Slide Show view and begins recording a time for the first slide.On the Recording toolbar, look here for the elapsed time on the current slide.To move the toolbar, drag it to a preferred position.Rehearse your points for the slide, and when you’re ready,click Next—or use whichever method you prefer—to advance to the next slide.The clock starts fresh for the next slide. But note that the total time for the show appears here and keeps advancing. If you need to pause the clock, click Pause. And when you’re ready, click Resume Recording.To reset the clock for the slide, click Repeat, and, when you’re ready, click Resume Recording.To interrupt the recording, click the X on the toolbar.Talk through the slide show and keep advancing to your last slide.On your last slide, when you click to advance, you see this message, which shows you the total time for the show, here, and asks whether you want to save the timings. Let’s click Yes.Now, when you click From Beginning to review the show, the slides advance according to the recorded times, and you can focus on rehearsing the presentation, refining your points for each slide.If you want to turn off the slide timings, on the Slide Show tab, uncheck Use Timings.To clear the timings completely, click the arrow next to Record Slide Show, point to Clear,and click Clear Timings on All Slides.Up next: Edit slide timings.
51234 Course summaryHelp Rehearse timings for a slide show Closed captions 2/2 videos SummaryFeedback Help Press F5 to start, Esc to stop If you’ve recorded slide timings and find that there are a couple of timings you want to tweak,you don’t need to re-record the whole show.Instead, click the slide with the timing you want to change — let’s say we need more time for the quick facts on slide 2. Then, click the Transitions tab.In the Timing group, you’ll see the After box,which is checked and shows the recorded timing for the selected slide — 50 seconds.I need to bump it up to 1 minute, so I’ll click the Up Arrow and change the number to 1 minute.Note that the On Mouse Click box is also checked.This means that, if I want to, I can click to advance the slide without waiting for the full minute.If I uncheck On Mouse Click, I have to wait for the automatic timing to elapse on the slide before the slide will advance. If there’s any slide for which you don’t want an automatic timing —say, for instance, this process slide, which can take a while to step through—select the slide,and uncheck the After box for that slide.If you want to review all the slide timings and make sure they’re set as you expect, click Slide Sorter.The slide timings show below each slide thumbnail.Click Normal to return to Normal view.To turn off slide timings, the quickest way is to click Slide Show and uncheck Use Timings.Or, to clear timings completely, click the arrow next to Record Slide Show, point to Clear,and click either Clear Timing on Current Slide, for selected slides, or Clear Timings on All Slides.For more information, see the course summary and experiment some more with PowerPoint. Rehearse timings Edit timings 2:252:09
Help Course summary Press F5 to start, Esc to stop Course summary—Rehearse timings for a slide show SummaryFeedback Help Rehearse timings Edit timings 2:252:09 Rehearse and time the delivery of a presentation You can rehearse your presentation to make sure that it fits within a certain time frame. While you rehearse, use the Slide Timing feature to record the time that you need to present each slide, and then use the recorded times to advance the slides automatically when you give your presentation to your actual audience. The Slide Timing feature is ideal for creating a self-running presentation. Note: Be prepared to start delivering your presentation immediately after you complete step 1 below. 1.On the Slide Show tab, in the Set Up group, click Rehearse Timings. The Rehearsal toolbar appears, and the Slide Time box begins timing the presentation. 2.While you time your presentation, do one or more of the following on the Rehearsal toolbar: To move to the next slide, click Next. To temporarily stop recording the time, click Pause. To restart recording the time after pausing, click Pause. To restart recording the time for the current slide, click Repeat. 3.After you set the time for the last slide, a message box displays the total time for the presentation and prompts you to do one of the following: To keep the recorded slide timings, click Yes. To discard the recorded slide timings, click No. Slide Sorter view appears and displays the time of each slide in your presentation. See also Rehearse and time the delivery of a presentationRehearse and time the delivery of a presentation Set the speed and timing of transitionsSet the speed and timing of transitions Record and add narration and timings to a slide showRecord and add narration and timings to a slide show More training courses Office Compatibility Pack
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