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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Preparing a Slide Show - Recording a Narration

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If you are creating a self-running presentation, you might want to add a narration to emphasize the points you make. PowerPoint lets you record your own narration as you rehearse your slide show (New!). You can record a narration before you run a slide show, or you can record it during the presentation and include audience comments. As you record the narration, you can pause or stop the narration at any time. When you play back a narration, the recording is synchronized with the presentation, including all slide transitions and animations. You can also delete a voice narration, as with any other PowerPoint object. You will need to set up a microphone and a sound card before recording a slide show.

Record a Narration and Slide Show

1. Click the Slide Show tab.

2. Click the Record Slide Show button arrow, and then click Start Recording from Beginning or Start Recording from Current Slide.

3. Select the Narrations and laser pointer check box, and then select or clear the Slide and animation timings check box.

4. Click Start Recording.

5. Speak clearly into the microphone and record your narration for each slide.

  • To pause or resume the narration, right-click anywhere on the screen, and then click Pause Narration, or Resume Narration.

  • To end the narration, right-click anywhere on the screen, and then click End Show.

The recorded slide show timings are automatically saved and the slide show appears in Slide Show view.

Clear Timings or Narration

1. Click the Slide Show tab.

2. Click the Record Slide Show button arrow, and then point to Clear.

3. Click any of the following options:

  • Clear Timing on Current Slide.

  • Clear Timing on All Slides.

  • Clear Narration on Current Slide.

  • Clear Narration on All Slides.

Did You Know?

You can show a presentation without narration. To show a presentation with narration on a computer without sound hardware installed, click the Slide Show tab, click the Set Up Show button, select the Show Without Narration check box to avoid problems running the presentation, and then click OK.
 
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