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Okay. . . I've been inspired to integrate ppt into my lessons. I can acually see where it will be of great benefit. If a student is absent, I can print out the slides as the notes. My question is: Can I import them onto a flipchart to use on my Promethean Board? If I can, will each slide be on its own page in the flip chart? Will it retain any and all animation/sound? Thanks for your help.
sci-saxet -- I know it is possible on the promethean. I don't remember how, but will be taking a promethean class in July so will write it down. I'll have to ask about sounds and links -- but it seems that I recall the links still being active.

Sure you can print, but why not do the handouts then you can have 3, 6, 9 to a page and save paper.

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Jun 14, 2011
Lynde You can indeed import your power-points to a flipchart on the Promethean. I do it all the time. I don't have my activeview in front of me, but as I recall, you go to the File menu and look for Import option. Or it might be under the Edit -- in any case it's on the menu, and it says something about import. Just click on that, give it your ppt title,...See More
Jun 14, 2011
Sue Davidson Instead of printing the powerpoint, why don't you put it on your class website so any student can access it and review it as well as the absent student! Saves even more paper!

On 6/12/11, sportsmama wrote: > If a student is absent, I can print out the > slides as the notes.
Jun 30, 2011
Sharyl When I was teaching, this is exactly what I did, as did most of our classroom teachers. As the computer lab teacher, I often pulled up a powerpoint from a classroom teacher's webpage and reviewed it with the students in that class right before a test.

One of our third grade teachers was very adept at making powerpoints for the various scie...See More
Jul 1, 2011

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