PowerPoint presentations communicate information in a visual and audio manner to an audience, such as a classroom of students or a group of colleagues at a meeting. Yet, the information doesn't always stay with the audience members. Note-taking improves retention of information and allows the students or colleagues to review information later. One way to ensure note-taking during a presentation is to provide the attendees with printouts of the slides with lines for notes.
Things You'll Need
- Microsoft Word
Open your PowerPoint presentation.
Click on "File" on the tool bar at the top of the computer screen.
Click on "Send To" in the small menu which drops down from the "File" button.
Select Microsoft Word.
Select the layout "Blank Lines Below Slides." This creates printouts of one slide per page with lines below each slide for note-taking. To print a page of three slides with lines for notes next to each, select the "Three Slides Per Page" layout. Click "Okay" or "Print."
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