Our handout includes additional informaiton on adding animations, charts, and transitions.
Home | Power Point | Photoshop | Power Point Templates | Power Point Tutorials | Blog | Notes | Ezine | Advertise | Feedback | Site Map | About Us | Contact Us Link to Us | Privacy | Testimonials Power Point Backgrounds | Christian Power Point Backgrounds | Business Power Point Presentation Templates Plagiarism will be detected by Copyscape ©2000-2017, Geetesh Bajaj. There is no automatic calculation of total slides, like in Word for total pages.So make a note of how many slides you have, and do the following: Step 1: Access the Slide Master That’s it!While you are in the Slide Show View, advance your presentation by pressing the Spacebar on the keyboard.To go back a slide, use either the left or up arrow key on your keyboard.Here a new popup will appear with Header and Footer settings.You can also access this screen by clicking on the Header & Footer button.In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to correctly add slides numbers (or page numbers) to your Power Point presentation so that they are easy to update and manage.And the last thing you want to do is get frustrated and add them manually to each and every one of your slides…which is a classic 101 mistake.The reason this happens is because Slide Numbers can appear only if the slides have a Slide Number placeholder – if you add Slide Numbers to a slide that has no Slide Number placeholder, then you won’t see any Slide Number! Or do you want to know if your favorite keyboard shortcuts are documented?To remedy this situation, you have to ensure that both the Slide Master and the Slide Layout for any given slide does contain the Slide Master placeholder – this is something you can do only within Slide Master view, as explained within this tutorial: Have your ever used keyboard shortcuts and sequences in Power Point? Go and get a copy of our Power Point Keyboard Shortcuts and Sequences ebook.