F5-F7 shortcut application in PPT

Published time: 2020-01-18

F5 starts playing from the homepage

After finishing the PPT, we want to quickly view the PPT from the homepage and see if the overall effect is good or bad, we can directly press the "F5" key to start the slideshow from the homepage.

F6 shortcut key display / open note information bar

(1) Press the F6 shortcut key twice in succession. In the process of making a PPT, we often need to insert pictures or add animations. In order to save operating time, we will choose to use the shortcut key operation, but there are many PPT shortcut keys and miscellaneous Hold, we can press F6 twice in succession, and the shortcut key corresponding to the menu will be displayed in the function area. Press the prompt shortcut key to perform the shortcut key operation.

(2) Press F6 consecutively to open the remark message input box. During the process of making a PPT, I found that there is a lot of content on the page. If you write all the content densely on the page, it is easy to cause visual fatigue to the audience, but I want to change some Present stories and other forms to the audience, and worry about not remembering. At this time, we can choose to open the remarks information column in the PPT, write keywords or key sentences in the remarks column, and open the speaker view during the lecture to view the corresponding content.
Take the following figure as an example:

What do we need to add the corresponding remark information to this page of PPT?
Quick operation:
First, press F6 three times in succession to display the "Open Remarks Bar" input box;

Then, enter keywords related to LeTV history and other related content in the input box;

Finally, play the current slide page and open the lecturer view to see the added note information.

F7 Quick Check for English Spelling Errors

When you are not sure whether the spelling of the English word is correct when editing the document, just select the English text in the text box and press "F7" to check it.
Take the following figure as an example:

The "a" and "R" editors in "Tourast Rttractions" intentionally modify the error. Let's press "F7" and see what happens?

At this point, we will see typos on the right side of the slide and show the correct options.

We select the correct word and click "Change" or "Change All" to correct the wrong word.