Imagine you’re presenting, and you’re just about to go to your next slide. Right then, someone in your audience asks a great question about your topic.
The thing is, suppose the question’s only loosely related to what’s on any of your slides, but you’re happy to discuss it because everyone seems interested, and you have time. All the same, you’re left with this glaring issue:
What do you do with your current slide?
Leaving it on your screen amounts to “blur” (that is, a distraction from the discussion), so that’s not a good option.
You may be thinking:
“A-ha! I know about the obscure feature
that lets me black out my PowerPoint slide!”
Well in this post, as well as the standard solution that PowerPoint (and Keynote) provides, you’ll find at least 2 completely new and better ways to hide your current slide.