Using Video in PowerPointJohn Biglin, CEO | September 28, 2012
Here’s a tip if you want to use a video in your presentation. In PowerPoint, you can create a video file that displays a slideshow within your current presentation. To use a video in your presentation, follow these steps:
- Save your file and select Create a video from the options on the right side of the menu.
- Choose the number of seconds every slide will display to make the slides appear for shorter or longer times.
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