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I am trying to run my Toshiba Satellite A105 PowerPoint 2007 presentation in "Presenter View" so I can see my notes on my laptop but audience sees my slides on the big screen. I swear I did it once before on this computer, but now I cannot get it to work. Any Suggestions?

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  • tfrasch Nov 15, 2009

    This still doesn't fix the "presenter view" problem :-(

  • tfrasch Nov 15, 2009

    I finally got it! I had to right click on my desktop; click graphics properties, output to, extended desktop.

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Hello.

You should be able to toggle through 3 modes (laptop only, screen only, and both laptop and screen) by selecting the Fn key plus F8 or Fn key plus F4, depending on your system (Look on your keyboard to see which key has CRT/LCD or icon).

Hope this helps.

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In the Slide pane, you can work directly on individual slides. za001093949.gif Dotted borders identify placeholders, where you can type text or insert pictures, charts, and other objects. za001093950.gif The Slides tab shows a thumbnail version of each full size slide shown in the Slide pane. After you add other slides, you can click a thumbnail on the Slides tab to make the slide appear in the Slide pane. Or you can drag thumbnails to rearrange the slides in your presentation. You can also add or delete slides on the Slides tab. za001093951.gif In the Notes pane, you can type notes about the current slide. You can hand out your notes to your audience or refer to your notes in Presenter view when you give your presentation. Note By default, Office PowerPoint 2007 applies the Blank Presentation template, which appears in the preceding illustration, to new presentations. Blank Presentation is the simplest and most generic of the templates in Office PowerPoint 2007. Blank Presentation is a good template to use when you first start working with PowerPoint because it is straightforward and can be adapted to many presentation types. To create a new presentation that is based on the Blank Presentation template, click the Microsoft Office Button za010077102.gif, click New, click Blank and recent under Templates, and then double-click Blank Presentation under Blank and recent.
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za001093948.gif The name identifies the content that each layout is designed for. za001093949.gif Placeholders that display colored icons can contain text, but you can also click the icons to automatically insert objects, including SmartArt graphics and clip art.
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