Working with slidesAdded by IBM on December 11, 2013 | Version 1 (Original)
|Playing a slide show is the way to give a presentation. And you can apply slide transition effects in a presentation.
Playing a slide show takes up the full computer screen. You can see how your graphics, animated elements, and transition effects look in the actual show. You can use the arrow keys to control slides in the slide show.
You can apply the animated effect, such as fading to black to each slide or apply one transition effect to all the slides in the presentation.
Playing slide shows
By default, a slide show always starts with the first slide. You manually advance through slides up to the last slide. You can also select to play the slide show from the current slide.
Applying transitions between slides
The slide transition is an important effect in presentations. You can add a transition effect to each slide in your presentation.
You can delete slides that are not useful in your presentation. But you can or you must have at least one slide in your presentation.
You can add slides to your presentation in two ways.
You can move slides to organize your presentation for different audiences.
A duplicate slide is a new slide that is completely the same as the selected one, including the slide layout, master style, font, and other elements. You can create one or more duplicate slides, depending on how many slides you select. Duplicate slides are inserted directly after the slides that you have selected.