What is Rehearsing and Recording in PowerPoint?
Rehearsing timings can be useful if you want to set up a presentation to play at a certain speed without having to click the slides yourself. It also allows you to practice your talking points. The Recording toolbar is used for taking a break or start over on a slide.
These could be done by the following steps mention below, and they are:
- First, create a PowerPoint presentation with the required number of slides in it.
- Now click on slide show > then on Rehearsing timings.
- Now the Rehearsing timing starts to record the time for slides.
- Select the right arrow to go for the next slide. Click Pause to pause the recording of the slide. Select Resume Recording to resume.
- Click Yes to save the slide timings or No. You can also press Esc to stop the recording.
- To view the timing of the slides, go to view tab > then click on slide sorter.
- You can see the time allotted for each slide at the bottom right side.
- Now to turn off recorded slide timings, click on the slide show tab > then on the setup slide show.
- Click on the manual check box from the advance slides option, and to turn the slide timings on again, select Use Timings.
- Once you have selected the manual check box, you will now be able to go for the slide manually.