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Powerpoint: Printing slides with excessive notes

Posted on 2004-08-05
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I have a LARGE stack of powerpoint presentations I need to print out that include extensive notes in the notes area of the slides.

When I print using the standard note options the notes are cut off after about half a page. Is there a way to print the slides with all of the notes easily?

Powerpoint 2002 is the version I have... I also have access to Powerpoint 2003.
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Question by:IUfoltzie
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Go to print

in print "print what" select "Notes Page"
and print

you can have a "preview" also

This will provide you with the answer


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Suresh's answer will work nicely if ALL of your slides have notes.  It prints one slide per page with notes.  So if there are none, it just prints the slide with a lot of blank space.

Try clicking File > Send to... > Microsoft Word.  This will export your presentation to a Word document that can be modified to suit your printing needs.  (Larger presentations may take a while to compile in Word unless you have a lot of RAM).  

Once the presentation is in Word, you can change the font size, layout, etc.

Good Luck!

TechSoEasy
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by:justearth
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TechSoEasy:
Thanks for that answer. It was just what I needed.

-JE
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