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Chapter 39. Creating Self-Running Presen... > Creating a Self-Running Presentation

Creating a Self-Running Presentation

One of PowerPoint's greatest strengths is its capability to run itself. Self-running presentations fall into two basic types:

  • In some cases—say, a PC running a demo in an open booth at a convention, or a touch-screen map printer in an airport—you might want to allow observers to take control, and click their way through a limited number of options in the presentation. We'll call these open presentations.

  • In other cases—a required employee orientation sequence, perhaps, or a product backgrounder—you may want to run the presentation, with no observer participation. We'll call these closed presentations.


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