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Notes Page View in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac

Learn about Notes Page view in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac.


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Product/Version: Microsoft PowerPoint 2011
OS: Mac OS X






The Notes Page view is were you can view your presenter notes in a page view, as shown in Figure 1.

Note Page in PowerPoint 2011
Figure 1: Note Page

To access Notes Page view, choose the View | Notes Page menu option.

The large box on the top half of the page is a single slide that shows the same slide that you see in Normal view.

The slightly larger box located on the bottom half of the page is the Notes area -- this contains the same notes that are available within the Notes pane of Normal view.

Remember that you can use the Zoom slider which is placed on the Status bar (towards right) to get a better view of any part of the Notes Page (see Figure 2).

Zoom slider on the Status bar
Figure 2: Zoom slider on the Status bar

Putting notes in the notes section of either Notes Page view or Normal view is a good way of including reminders about topics that you want to talk about while delivering a presentation. These notes can be displayed as the presentation is running using the Presenter view, without being visible to the audience.

When you choose to share your presentation, you can enable the notes to be printed.

See Also:

Notes Page View in PowerPoint 2016 for Windows
Notes Page View in PowerPoint 2013 for Windows
Notes Page View in PowerPoint 2010 for Windows

 

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