Turn Off PowerPoint Presenter View

Turn off Presenter view before a presentation begins

By turning off the presenter view before you begin a presentation over Zoom, your students will not be able to see any personal notes you have created for yourself in the presentation. While presenter view is viable for a classroom setting (where your personal computer screen can be separate from wha a projector is showing), for sharing your own screen over Zoom, sharing the slides without personal notes is best.

  1. Open the PowerPoint you will be sharing. On the PowerPoint menu, select Preferences.
  1. In the PowerPoint Preferences dialog box, under Output and Sharing, click Slide Show.
  1. In the Slide Show dialog box, UNCHECK the Always start Presenter View with 2 displays check box.

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