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Old Favorite Aligning ObjectsWhen you create a PowerPoint presentation, Word document, or Publisher document and you insert a picture or other object, you can quickly align those object precisely and never have to guess again. Insert the pictures or objects Use the arrow cursor to click and drag a box around both objects (If you don't have the arrow, you will need to click it on the drawing toolbar) Now you can click the Draw button on the drawing toolbar (in PowerPoint and Word) or click Arrange on the menu bar in Publisher. Then choose Align or Distribute from the menu. There are several choices of how to align it...play with them and find the one you like. New Favorite Presenter View in PowerPoint Thanks to Dave Carty, District Microcomputer Specialist, for sharing this tip! Most of the time when I do a PowerPoint presentation I use either a desktop computer (with monitor) and projector or a laptop with projector. Sometimes I find that I need to jump to a different slide on the fly or can’t remember exactly what slide is next. If you set your computer to use extended desktop you can use “Presenter View.” In presenter view the PowerPoint will show full screen on the monitor/projector your audience sees and you will see: a smaller version of the PowerPoint slide a timer (showing how long you presentation has been running) small versions of all your slides in order. You can click on one to jump to it if you want. any notes you put in the notes section of each slide It works well in PowerPoint 2003 and looks even better in 2007. In PowerPoint 2003: Click Slide Show Menu. Click Setup Show. In the Multiple Monitors section, choose the display for the audience. (You have to be hooked up to the projector or another monitor to see this.) Put checkmark in “Show Presenter View.” Start the slide show how you normally would. In PowerPoint 2007: Click Slideshow Tab. Put checkmark in “Use Presenter View.” In “Show Presentation On” select display for audience. (If it’s grayed out you don’t have extended desktop enable in Windows display.) Start the slide show how you normally would.