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Hour 12. Editing and Arranging Your Pres... > Saving and Printing Your Work

Saving and Printing Your Work

Be sure to save your presentation after creating and finalizing it. PowerPoint automatically saves your presentation with the .ppt document filename extension unless you override the default file type and save your presentation in another format, such as the Web-based HTML format.

Of course, you also need to print your presentation, either to a color printer or to a printer that supports transparencies. The File, Print dialog box works somewhat differently in PowerPoint than in Word and Excel to take advantage of the special nature of presentations. You can print your entire presentation one slide at a time or elect to print multiple slides on one page for handouts. In addition, you can print only speaker notes and enclose printed slides in framed borders.


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