Help your viewers follow your presentation with on-screen mapping,
and let that mapping help you control the presentation as you are giving it.
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Use visual cues to help the viewer and the presenter
It is wise to figure some way for you to display to your viewers where
they are in the presentation, so they can have a visual orientation.
You can create that ability at the same time as you create a way for you to control the flow of slides on the screen
without having to leave the full screen view.
You may also hyperlink from one slide to another in a presentation, or to a hidden slide.
in Normal or Slide view,
select an object (which may also be text) that you wish to attach a hyperlink to,
then right click to bring up a dialog box which will allow you to select the object,
either in the slide show, in a file, or on the web,
that you wish to link to.
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You may wish to leave your audience with a paper copy of your presentation.
you can print out either small copies of your slides
in 2, 3, 4, 6, or 9 slides per page format
by using the Home Button > Print dialog box
or you can provide them notes to accompany each slide
by selecting Notes Pages with the Print what menu on the print dialog box
by using the View > Master > Notes Master drawdown menu,
you can customize the format for how your Notes Pages will print out
by modifying the shape and location of the objects on the page