Making a PowerPoint Handout

We’re updating making a PowerPoint handout as we’ve had a few requests on how to do this recently in MS PowerPoint 2010.

Step 1. Open your presentation

Making a PowerPoint presentation handout: Getting Ready

Step 2: Go to file and select print

Making a PowerPoint presentation handout: Print

Step 3: Decide how many slides to print per page on your handout

Making a PowerPoint presentation handout: Options

Step 4: Hit the print icon and you’re done.

You might want to print on both sides to make your presentation greener.

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