On your slides, include only essential points, to keep the information simple and easy to scan. Reserve the finer details for your speaker notes. You’ll engage with your audience as you present this information, and they won’t have to read a crowded slide. When you present, you can print your notes in a notes pages format and refer to them, or use PowerPoint’s Presenter view. Presenter view lets you see the slide and your notes on your laptop, while, on the projector, your audience sees only the slide.
Inside this course:
Create speaker notes (3:58)
Speaker notes help you remember what to say when you present. Print them, or use Presenter view to see your notes, while the audience sees only your slides.
Print notes or use Presenter view (4:09)
To refer to your notes as you present, you can either print them as notes pages, or use Presenter view on your laptop, which displays the notes in the Notes area.
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