How to Recording the Presentation


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    Recording of Presentation (PowerPoint 2010/13)

    1. Record a narration before or during a slide show.
    2. When you record a narration, you run through the presentation and record each slide. You can pause and resume recording any time.
    3. Ensure your microphone is set up and working properly prior to recording your slide show.
    4. On the Slide Show tab, in the Set Up group, click Record Slide Show .
    5. Select one of the following:
      o Start Recording from Beginning
      o Start Recording from Current Slide
    6. In the Record Slide Show dialog box, select the Narrations and laser pointer check box, and if appropriate, select or deselect the Slide and animation timings check box.
    7. Click Start Recording.
    8. To end your slide show recording, right click the slide, and then click End Show.
    9. The recorded slide show timings are automatically saved and the slide show appears in Slide Sorter view with timings beneath each slide.
    10. A sound icon appears on the slide.

    Preview the Recorded Presentation

    1. In Normal view, on the slide, click the sound icon .
      OR
    2. On the ribbon, under Audio Tools, on the Playback tab, in the Preview group, click Play.

    To record a sound for a PowerPoint 2003/2007 presentation, you can follow the steps below:
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    1. Open the PowerPoint presentation you are going to record a sound in, and go to Insert -> Movies and Sounds -> Record Sound
    2. In the Record Sound dialog, Name field, enter a name for the recording.
    3. Next, at the bottom of the dialog, click the red dot (the Record button) to start recording a sound.
    4. When finished, click the blue square (the Stop button) on the left of the Record button.
    5. To test the recorded sound, click the blue triangle (the Play button).
    6. Record another sound if the existing one is not satisfying. To confirm the recorded sound, click OK. The sound icon is displayed on the current slide.



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