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People who work with PowerPoint presentations on multiple monitors configurations could require a solution for editing and presenting the slideshows simultaneously. PowerShow was designed to help them display the same slideshows on different monitors, without the need for additional PCs. Keeping the editing tools on one display and presenting the slideshow on another, allows users to insert notes or even improve the presentations in real time and therefore achieve the preferred results much easier.
PowerShow will be easy to install and users will find it under the SlideShow tab of Microsoft PowerPoint. It will allow them to identify, select and set up their required monitor configuration, by assigning the editing view and actual slideshow to the preferred monitors.
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After the add-in has been configured, when running the slide show, users will be presented, depending on the chosen configuration, with an editing mode on one display and an actual slideshow mode on another. Each of the different views are interconnected and users are able to navigate through the slideshow from any monitor from their setup.
However, the add-in will not be able to run all of its features, unless both of the monitors have the same physical resolution, which might frustrate some users.
When running the slideshows, users will have access to a well designed editor view that will offer them various tools for editing the presentation or adding side-notes. The application will provide a useful pen tool, with laser pointer, drawing or highlighting modes.
When users will make adjustments to their presentation in the editor view, the actual slideshow will update automatically with the respective changes. Nevertheless, apart from the laser pointer mode, the drawing and highlighter modes will exhibit lag and will not be displayed in real time on the slideshow view.
Furthermore, one major drawback is the fact that the editing mode doesn’t allow users to undo their pen strokes and all the drawings can be discarded or saved only when exiting the editing mode.
This add-in might be a good choice for those who work on multiple monitors setups and require an easy way of editing their presentations while displaying them. They will be able to view the slideshow on one monitor and the editor on another, modify the content with a multi-pen tool or add side-notes to their presentations. However, the add-in will not work unless all the monitors have the same phyisical resolution and the drawing mode doesn’t offer a step-by-step undo feature.