Step 7: Select 'Save As' from the 'File' menu.

You will notice that as you have been saving your presentation,
the presentation file has had the extension '.ppt'. This means that
it is a PowerPoint file. In order for your presentation to be a
nice professional package, you should save it as a 'PowerPoint Show',
or a file that will have a '.pps' extension. This will bundle all
of your slides into a single file that you can simply double-click
on later and it will open as a full screen show. Think of saving as
a PowerPoint show as putting the lid on the carousel and snapping it
into the projector, and double-clicking on it as turning the projector on.

Step 8: From the 'Format' pull-down menu, select
'PowerPoint Show'.

>> the 'Save As' dialog window. Select 'PowerPoint Show'

You should now have a presentation file with the '.pss' extension. This file can
can be transported to any other computer with PowerPoint installed, and it will
function exactly as it does on your computer. Any computer connected to a digital
projector will run this file properly.

Step 9: Double-click on the PowerPoint Show (.pps) file you
created to view your presentation.

You should now be treated to a full-screen showing of the presentation
you just made. If you connect your computer to a digital projector, you will
be able to show your presentation exactly as if you were using a slide projector!

Step 10: Press the right and left arrow keys to move
forward and backward in the presentation.

To navigate in your presentation, simply use the arrow keys on the keyboard.
The right arrow key will advance one slide, and the left arrow key will revert
to the previous slide.