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How to use Presenter View in Microsoft Teams


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In this step-by-step tutorial video, learn how to use Microsoft PowerPoint Presenter View while presenting in Microsoft Teams. In the video on Presenter View, I cover the following:

  • 0:00 Introduction
  • 1:09 Join Teams Meeting
  • 2:15 Share PowerPoint window in Teams
  • 3:50 Start presentation in PowerPoint
  • 5:10 Overview of Presenter View
  • 6:40 Shortcut to launch Presenter View
  • 7:50 Additional presentation shortcuts
  • 8:16 Wrap up



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