Indeed, printing is an often overlooked but useful PowerPoint feature. It's also one of the most abused and poorly used features.
Let's talk about how first, and then you can watch me rant and rave at the end of this section. PowerPoint offers several ways to print slides.
To print a slide or slides, you follow these steps:. PowerPoint displays the Print dialog box see Figure 3. Figure 3. Select which slides you want to print: all, only the current slide, or specific slides for example, see the sample page ranges given in the Print dialog box. By default, PowerPoint prints all the slides in the slide show, in their natural color if you have a color printer or in grayscale that is, shades of gray if you don't.
Another useful approach to printing is to preview the print job so you can see what it will look like before you waste paper and ink. Many of the printing options you normally use can also be accessed in the Print Preview screen.
To preview before printing, follow these steps:. PowerPoint displays the current slide in the Print Preview screen see Figure 3. On the Print Preview toolbar, choose what you want to print, along with other options, such as color and grayscale. If you're ready to print the entire slide show, click the P rint button.
Or, to cancel Print Preview and return to the slide show, click C lose. If you want to print only selected slides, you must use the Print dialog box, not Print Preview.
Built-in scaling ensures a reliable, high-quality video image. Fully-automatic operation and web browser setup eliminate the need for a control panel, control system, or programming.
An additional HDMI source can be connected at the display device location or through an optional wall plate near the display. Fully automatic operation detects when a source is connected or disconnected at any input and turns the display on and off, alleviating the need for any control panels or remotes. Built-in scaling ensures an optimal video image for SD and HD video signals, as well as for high-res computer signals. The transmitter mounts beneath the table or inside the podium, while the receiver mounts behind the display or above the projector. The only connection required between the transmitter and receiver is a single CAT type twisted pair cable.
http://ioffexpert.com/images/ogle/1921-kak-poznakomitsya-so.php Advanced functionality is enabled through integration with a Crestron control system. Two HDMI inputs, one VGA input, and one analog audio input are provided on the transmitter to support the connection of computers, mobile devices, and other media sources. The inputs on both components can be configured to switch automatically or be controlled through a Crestron control system.
A single HDMI output is provided on the receiver to feed the display device. This cable can be up to feet 70 meters in length, offering an ideal point-to-point signal extender solution for virtually any room with a single table or podium and one display device. HD Scaler One might assume that any modern display device should support whatever sources you connect to it.
With its built-in professional scaler, the HD-MDC-E enables support for a complete range of digital and analog signals, ensuring that every source displays reliably and beautifully. Most applications require no changes to the default settings.
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Audio De-Embedding Its analog audio output allows the HD-MDC-E to extract the stereo audio signal from digital sources to feed a sound bar, amplified speakers, or a separate sound system. Enterprise Management Option The optional. Control System Integration Fully programmable functionality can be enabled through integration with a Crestron control system. Each component is compact enough to fit discreetly inside a presentation lectern, beneath a table, on a wall behind a flat-panel display, or on the ceiling above a projector.
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