Slide Show: Rehearse Slide Timings

Created: Friday, August 5, 2016, posted by at 2:06 pm

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Once you create your presentation slides, and you are happy with the results, it’s time to practice your delivery, your timing, and your pace. More importantly, it is time to be comfortable with your slides. Nothing can help you better than PowerPoint’s powerful Rehearse Timings feature.

Learn more from these tutorials:

Microsoft Windows

Rehearse Slide Timings in PowerPoint 2013

Rehearse Slide Timings in PowerPoint 2010 for Windows

Mac OS

Rehearse Slide Timings in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac

Rehease Slides



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