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time per slide

New Here ,
Jun 05, 2006 Jun 05, 2006

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I was wondering if you can change the amount of time that is spent on each slide when making the presentation in powerpoint. I know how to change it for all slides, but I didn't know if you could have a different time for each slide.

Thanks for your help!

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New Here ,
Jun 12, 2006 Jun 12, 2006

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Go into the "Audio Editor" in the Breeze drop down within PowerPoint. Select the slide and insert the amount of time you would like to have the slide run (minus the default 5 seconds)
Cheers,
Rob
www.trainingobjectives.com

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Jun 13, 2006 Jun 13, 2006

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what if the slide has no audio...will it still work?

Thanks,
Jen

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Jun 13, 2006 Jun 13, 2006

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Yes it will. In some cases we use it to give the learners time to pause or read as part of the course. In other cases we use that technique to time the slide with other video or Flash animations. If you have any questions feel free to call 503-245-3387. Rob

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Jul 10, 2006 Jul 10, 2006

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I have another question. Using Breeze, is it possible to have a menu with submenus so users can skip sections of the module to what they need?

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