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Printing your presentation is usually more complicated than just clicking the Print button . The Print button uses the settings you used the last time you printed. Do you know what those were??
Where can you change settings for printing?
What are the settings for printing?
Plus, some printers have advanced features, like two-sided printing and advanced color management.
It's enough to make your head spin! In the next two lessons you will work with most of these printing features.
To print a presentation you have to choose a page layout. PowerPoint has several different layouts for printing your slides:
Choosing a Layout
You choose the layout in the Print what: box in either Print Preview or the Print dialog.
The Print Preview button is your friend!
Preview before you print!!!
The default layout is Slides, where each slide takes up a whole sheet of paper. Be sure that's what you want before you use all that ink and paper!
Background Info: Making Colors
The colors you see on your screen will not be quite what prints on your color printer. Different methods are used to create colors in print than on a monitor. Design for your primary purpose!
Different printers will produce slightly different colors.
CMYK color scheme:
RGB color scheme:
~~ 1 Cor. 10:31 ...whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God. ~~
Last updated: 30 Apr 2012