Frequent question: How do I show presenter notes in PowerPoint on iPad?

How do I see my notes in PowerPoint while presenting on iPad?

The presenter notes icon on iOS devices looks like a piece of paper poking up from the bottom the page. Touch the edit notes icon (it looks like a pencil) to view and edit the notes. To hide presenter notes, touch the x or anywhere on your slide. Touch anywhere on a slide and the slide number will appear.

How do I use Presenter view on iPad?

Presenter view for dual monitors

  1. On the Slide Show tab, tap the Presenter View button.
  2. On the Slide Show toolbar, tap the Presenter View button (the rightmost button on the toolbar).

How do I see speaker notes in PowerPoint app?

To find out if a slide has speaker notes, swipe right until you reach the slide thumbnail pane. When you reach the thumbnail pane and the slide contains speaker notes, VoiceOver announces, for example: “Slide 1 of 8,

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