Slide Master and Slide Layouts: Handout Master in PowerPoint

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Handouts are presentation accompaniments that are almost always intended for print. It is a good idea to distribute handouts before your PowerPoint presentation’s delivery so that the audience can follow along the presentation. If you don’t do so, you may certainly want to carry handouts with you to distribute as takeaways for your audience. You can control the look of your handouts by formatting the Handout Master. This can be useful if you want to include a graphic such as a logo on each page of your handout.

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Handout Master in PowerPoint 2003

Handout Master in PowerPoint

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