How to present slides with bullet points

This article will show how Content slides with bullet points look from the audience's point of view.

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Written by Emma Cullen
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This article will show you how to work with Content slides that use bullet points or a numbered list.

When you are in the Edit view and are editing a Bullets slide, all the bullet points will be shown on the screen, as illustrated in the image below:

You can choose to display the bullets as bullet points or as a numbered list. For the latter, toggle “Use numbered list” in the extras section.

If you want, you can add an image next to the bullets by clicking the "Image" field, or drag and drop an image to the area.

To present your presentation click "Present" in the top right corner of the Edit view. When you present a slide which includes bullet points, all bullets will be displayed at once by default. If you prefer to display the bullets one by one, you can disable “Show all bullets at once”:

If you have your slide set to show each bullet one at a time, while presenting, just press the down or right arrow → on your keyboard to display the bullet points, one at a time. The bullets will be displayed one by one and an underlined arrow will show when you have reached the last bullet. By pressing the left or up keyboard arrow you can remove the bullet points from the screen.

Once all the bullet points are on the screen, pressing the right arrow again will move to the next slide. You can find out more about keyboard shortcuts in this article: Keyboard Shortcuts.

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