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Need to configure Power Point on the Mac for two screens

Need to configure Power Point on the Mac for two screens


I have a particular need to video record myself with Zoom, while sharing my desktop. And one Mac screen is not enough to also display the notes to remind me what to say. So, when I Play the slideshow, I need the desktop shared on my alternate larger monitor and the notes displayed on my MacBook.


I can easily configure Zoom. I can not configure Power Point to display on two monitors. Also, how do I switch them, once I get them displaying on both monitors?


I assume I would get them working, but need to swap them.


Thanks

Microsoft PowerPointDesktopsMac OS XDisplays / MonitorsMicrosoft Office

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serialband

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Actually, all I needed to do was to move PP to my Mac, my primary screen, and hit Play. Monitor #2 automatically went full screen.
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