Presenter '13: Previewing a Presentation

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Previewing is a great way to see the changes you've made to your project without actually publishing. To preview a presentation, go to the Articulate tab on the PowerPoint ribbon, and click the drop-down arrow below the Preview button. Then select any of the following options:

  • Preview This Slide
  • Preview Next 3 Slides
  • Preview Range of Slides

Tip: If you click the Preview button itself—rather than the drop-down arrow below it—it'll automatically preview the current slide.

Options on the Preview Window

When the Preview window appears, use the buttons on the Preview toolbar to do any of the following:

  • Close Preview: This closes the Preview window and takes you back to wherever you were prior to previewing.
  • Select: This allows you to preview a different slide.
  • Replay: Click this button to replay the current slide. Or, click the drop-down arrow and replay all the slides that you initially chose to preview.
  • Edit Slide: This closes the Preview window and takes you directly to the slide in your PowerPoint presentation that you were previewing.

Items That Aren't Available During Preview

Though most content will display during preview just like it will in the published output, there are a few items that are unavailable during preview. They are: