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Chapter 12. Giving the Presentation > Using the Presenter Display

Using the Presenter Display

The Presenter Display allows you to view your presentation and display your Speaker Notes using an interface that only you see. It gives you a control panel that you see on your notebook's screen, while the audience sees the regular slideshow on the projector. This mode is only available when you are using multiple monitors. This means that iBooks, iMacs, and eMacs cannot use the Presenter Display, because they can only use mirrored mode.

In the Presenter Display, you get large views of the current and next slides or slide builds, your Speaker Notes, a clock, and best of all, an on-screen timer that tells you either the elapsed time of your presentation or a countdown of the time remaining, depending on how you prefer to work (Figure 12.12). This timer is a great tool to help you stay on track; by knowing how long you have been talking, you can speed up or slow down to keep within your allotted speaking time.


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