Printing a PowerPoint Handout

PowerPoints are a great way to present facts, and arrange talking points for a class. But it doesn’t take long before they can get really big. We’ve seen some rather large ones recently (over 50 slides), and if you’ve been asked to print one out for a class they can burn through your print credit very quickly. However, there are ways to save credits and be “green” at the same time and here they are:

  1. make a handout.
  2. print two-sided

PowerPoint Handout

The following screen-cast How to Make a PowerPoint Handout walks you through the steps you need to take to make a handout and to print two-sided.

Reference librarian at Bank Street College Library.

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