Adding a screen recording in PowerPoint is an easy way to share information from your computer directly into a PowerPoint presentation. To get started, click on "Insert" and then "Media" and finally "Screen Recording."
After you click on "Screen Recording," you'll see a box pop up at the top of the page with some basic controls for recording.
You can choose to record your entire screen or just a specific area. Add audio to walk students through whatever it is you are showing them. Once you're finished, move your cursor to the top of the screen and the option to stop the video is there.
Your recording is now on a slide in your presentation!
Additionally, you can record your presentation with audio and annotations for your students as well. Click on the "Slideshow" tab at the top of the page and then "Record Slide Show." You can add narration and even add video from your webcam. When you're finished, click "File" and then "Export" to create a video of your presentation.
Your new video can be saved to your OneDrive and then shared to students via a link in the portal.
As always, if you have any questions regarding how to use screen recording in PowerPoint or have any need help with any other tool or technology, send us an email at email@example.com.
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