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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Printing a Presentation - Using Print Preview

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In PowerPoint 2010, Print Preview has been included as part of the print options displayed when you choose Print from the File menu. It’s very useful for previewing documents—including handouts, Outline view, and notes pages—before you print them. Print Preview also offers a zoom slider that allows you to view your previews at various sizes.

Display Print Preview

  1. Click File.

  2. Click Print. The preview appears to the right of the print options.

    Display Print Preview

Tip

The zoom slider in the bottom-right corner of the PowerPoint window works in Print Preview as well. Use it to zoom in on and out of your preview to review the contents.

See Also

You can add a Print Preview icon to the Quick Access Toolbar if you want to open Print Preview with a single click.

  1. Drag the scroll bar to move to any slide in the presentation.

  2. Click above or below the scroll bar to move forward or backward one slide or page at a time.

  3. Click the Next Page or Previous Page button to move forward or backward one slide or page at a time.

  4. Enter a number in the current page indicator in the bottom-left corner of the preview pane and press Enter to display that slide.

  5. Click Zoom To Page to adjust the size of the slide to fill the window.

    Navigate Print Preview

Tip

The Zoom dialog box lets you choose a percentage in which to display a slide. You can double-click the percentage number on the zoom slider to quickly display the Zoom dialog box in Print Preview.

 
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