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How to print slides from a PowerPoint presentation. 1. You can print a presentation while you are online OR you can print it after you saved it on a disk (floppy or hard disk) 2. Click on F ile, P rint (see slide 2) 3. Under Print w hat click the arrow (see slide 3)

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how to print slides from a powerpoint presentation
How to print slides from a PowerPoint presentation

1. You can print a presentation while you are online OR you can print it after you saved it on a disk (floppy or hard disk)

2. Click on File, Print (see slide 2)

3. Under Print what click the arrow (see slide 3)

4. You will get a number of choices - explained in slide 4 - click on your choice

5. Click OK

Tefko Saracevic, Rutgers University

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Slide 2

Tefko Saracevic, Rutgers University

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Slide 3

Tefko Saracevic, Rutgers University

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Slide 4

Slides (without animation): Prints each slide on a single page

of paper (uses the most paper an ink – not recommended)

Handouts (2 slides per page): A single page has two slides

Handouts (3 slides per page): A single page has three slides etc.

Notes pages: Prints slides with notes, if any (in these lectures there are no notes)

Outline view: Prints the text of slides, but no graphics (most compact, but does not print images or tables)

Tefko Saracevic, Rutgers University

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