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Saving a PowerPoint presentation without the Notes pages

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A PowerPoint question:  Is there a way to save (and send) a presentation without the Notes pages?  I use the Notes pages for shorthand notes to myself when I give a presentation, but I often don't want the notes to appear on electronic copies that I distribute to people.  I now have to go through the document, delete all the notes, and then save the non-Notes copy separately, creating an unnecessary extra copy.  Any more elegant solution?
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jekimbler earned 250 total points
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Do you send for them to edit or just for their information? If it is just for information, possibly convert the presentation to a .pdf file. This makes the file typically smaller and almost everyone has Adobe reader; also no worries about versions of PowerPoint.  I like it as I then have control to distribute as either notes pages or the full screen.

Just a thought. I'll think on the other. I thought there was a way, but I'll have to brush up to think about keeping in an .ppt.

JK
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