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PowerPoint Pearls: Preparing Speaker Notes
You probably don't use them often, but when you need to use speaker notes, you'll want them to be big and bold.
Speaker notes are easy to add in PowerPoint. Just click in the Notes section of the normal view and begin typing.
As with any Microsoft application, if you want to increase the font size just select the text and Format, Font… Don't be deceived; the display does not reflect your text changes. To view your text changes, you must preview the notes from the Print window.
Here's how to preview:
Here's how to print:
Finally, good things really do come to those who wait …
Microsoft has a new feature called Presenter Tools that allows the presenter to view:
Unfortunately, PC users will be waiting a little longer. This feature is only currently available in PowerPoint 2004 for Mac.