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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Preparing a Slide Show - Adding Slide Timings

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Use slide timing features to make sure that your presentation is not too long or too fast. You can specify the amount of time given to each slide or use Rehearse Timings. By rehearsing timings, you can vary the amount of time each slide appears on the screen. If you want the timings to take effect, make sure the show is set to use timings in the Set Up Show dialog box. In Slide Show View, a mouse click always advances a slide, even if the set timing has not elapsed, and holding down the mouse button prevents a timed transition until you release it.

Set or Edit Timings Between Slides

1. Click the slide(s) to which you want to set or change slide timings.

2. Click the Transitions tab.

3. Select the After check box.

4. Enter the time (in seconds) before the presentation automatically advances to the next slide after displaying the entire slide.

5. To apply the settings to all slides, click the Apply To All button.

Did You Know?

You can use the mouse to control slide timings. In Slide Show View, a mouse click always advances a slide, even if the set timing has not elapsed, and holding down the mouse button prevents a timed transition from occurring until you release the mouse button.

Create Timings Through Rehearsal

1. Click the Slide Show tab.

2. Click the Rehearse Timings button.

3. As the slide show runs, rehearse your presentation by clicking or pressing Enter to go to the next transition or slide.

4. When you’re done, click Yes to accept the timings.

5. To test timings, start the slide show and note when the slides advance too quickly or too slowly.

6. Review and edit individual timings in Slide Sorter view.
 
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