Turn your PowerPoint slide into a blackboard or a whiteboard

LearnTips Software Turn your PowerPoint slide into a blackboard or a whiteboard

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    arthur_cz
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    This comes in handy when you are planning to give a PowerPoint presentation and want to draw or write on the background to explain something in-between your presentation.

    Press B on your keyboard to instantly turn your screen black, creating a blackboard.

    Press W on your keyboard to instantly turn your screen white, creating a whiteboard.

    Now you can write on the blank background. To resume your presentation press B or W again.

    Alternatively, you can also right-click anywhere on the presentation, point to Screen and, select Black or White Screen.

    And once you are done, again right-click to select Screen and then Unblack Screen or Unwhite Screen.

    For tablets and other touchscreen devices, there is usually a blackout slide icon provided in the right-hand corner of the screen depending on the version of PowerPoint.

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    Ragu
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    You can also press the . key to blackout the powerpoint presentation. Pressing . again will resume the slideshow.

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