PowerPoint 2002 Linking Video in Presentation and Delivering Presentation on the Road.
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PowerPoint 2002 Linking Video in Presentation and Delivering Presentation on the Road
Hyperlink Instructions Select the text or object you want to represent the hyperlink. Click Insert Hyperlink Under Link to, click Existing File or Web Page. Navigate to the file you want.
Pack and Go Wizard The Pack and Go Wizard compresses and saves the presentation to a disk, other removable media, or a hard dive Pack and Go Wizard Wizards allows you to include linked files and fonts that are used in the presentation to which another computer might not have access.
Uses of the Pack and Go Wizard in an educational setting: –If you want to show your presentation in another classroom, but your computer is not networked and the file is too large to fit on one floppy disk –If you need to take your file to another building in your district, but your file is too large to fit on one floppy disk without compressing it first –If a student wants to take his or her presentation home to show a parent, but the file is too large to fit on a floppy disk –If a student wants to show his or her presentation on a computer that does not have PowerPoint installed
Steps to Package Presentation 1.On the File menu, click Pack and Go –The Pack and Go Wizard display an introduction 2.Click Next –The Pack and Go Wizard ask you which presentation you want to package. The active presentation is selected by default 3.Click Next –The Pack and Go Wizard asks you which drive you want to store it on 4.Click the Choose destination option, click Browse, navigate to area, click Select, and then click Next –The Pack and Go Wizard asks you if you would like to include linked files and fonts used in the presentation
5.Check the box Include linked files in the presentation 6.Check the box Embed TrueType fonts, click Next –The Pack and Go Wizard asks if you want to include the PowerPoint Viewer. If you plan to run the packaged presentation on a computer that does not have Microsoft PowerPoint installed, include the Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer in the package. –If the Viewer for Microsoft Windows option is available, select it, and then continue through the wizard.
–The Pack and Go Wizard does not include the PowerPoint Viewer by default. If the option isn't available, you need to install the viewer. On the same screen, click Download the Viewer to link to the Microsoft Office Web site and install the viewer. Follow the instructions to complete the download. When it's finished, close the browser window, and then, in the wizard, select the Viewer for Microsoft Windows option and continue through the wizard. 7.Click Next, and then click Finish 8.Save and close presentation
Steps to Unpack Presentation 1.Insert the floppy disk or connect to the network or drive location in which you packaged the presentation. 2.In Windows Explorer, go to the location of the packaged presentation, and then double-click Pngsetup. 3.In the Pack and Go Setup dialog box, browse to the location to which you want to copy the presentation, and then click OK. 4.When you are prompted, do one of the following: To run the presentation now, click Yes. To run the presentation later, click No. When you want to run it, go to the location to which you copied the presentation, right-click the presentation, and then click Show on the shortcut menu.
Note: The Show command is not available if the destination computer does not have Microsoft PowerPoint or the Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer installed. If you included the viewer in your package and the Show command isn't on the shortcut menu, open the presentation through the viewer. It has the filename ppview32 and is in the same folder as your presentation.