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powerpoint 2013 won't switch from presentation view to normal view

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While doing a presentation in Powerpoint 2013, when I connected to a projector, it would only show slide 1. I tried switching to normal view so I could just click on the individual slides, and it wouldn't switch. It stayed in presentation view. It worked fine before I connected to the projector. Help!
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Try going to Slide Show tab and untick the option for Presenter View.

Launch the slide show again.
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Thank you, I will try that!
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You might want to hold off accepting that as a solution until you get a chance to see if it works!
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