Sometimes you have to address huge crowds when you are presenting things. And when the number is really big, it becomes difficult for the audience at the back or the corners to follow the slide contents. Besides, if a detailed picture or some dense stuff is packed in, it gets too difficult for the presenter to grab everyone’s attention.
Now, what do you do under such circumstances? If I am correct, you create hidden slides to highlight certain portions of a slide and bring them up as zoomed in slides of specific portions. Many people choose to use zoomed animations.
Somehow, this does not appeal to me because it takes a lot of time and effort. So, I rely on dynamic zooming. I zoom in and zoom out the slides while the presentation is on. Yes, I am talking about Microsoft PowerPoint and I am sure you are thinking that there is no option to do such a thing. Indeed, there isn’t.
So, I will show you three external ways to do it. However, if you have already started using MS Office 2013 Suite, you will find a zooming option in it. If you haven’t yet, read on.
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Using Windows Magnifier
Step 1: Click on the Start menu icon and search for magnifier. Hit Enter on the Magnifier option.
Step 2: Open the PowerPoint file in question and start the slide show (you can hit F5 to do that).