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Need to see speakers notes during a Powerpoint presentation

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I am giving a presentation out of town wednesday. I do not know the version of powerpoint that will be used, but Ill assume it will be one of the two most recent...

When I am

I need to be able to see my speakers notes as I present from the podium, but obviously I dont want the audience to see them.

How do I set up the presentation so I see the speaker notes but the audience sees only the "slide show mode" of the slides.
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The computer you are using for your presentation should support the use of multiple monitors.

Use the Presenter View in the Slide show configuration settings
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This is a screenshot from PowerPoint 2013. Versions 2010 and 2007 both support Presenter View.
Presenter ViewSimply attach a monitor or a projector, press Windows+P and choose Extend.
Make sure Use Presenter View is checked. From the pull-down menu choose Primary or Secondary monitor.
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