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An error occurred while saving the commentLouise Horton commented
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Autoplay video: In PowerPoint, you can set a video to play automatically when the slide is displayed. To achieve this, insert the video onto the slide, right-click on it, select "Video Options," and under the "Playback" tab, choose "Play Automatically."
Control video with pointer: PowerPoint doesn't offer built-in functionality to control video playback using just a pointer. However, you can use custom animations to create overlays or triggers on the slide that allow you to simulate control over the video playback. By setting up triggers, you can make specific actions (such as clicking or hovering) on an object or area of the slide trigger video playback or pause.
Styling video: PowerPoint provides limited styling options for videos, such as adjusting the brightness, contrast, or transparency. To access these options, select the video, go to the "Video Format" tab, and choose the desired styling options. https://www.myaarpmedicares.us/
Remember to experiment and test your presentation to ensure that the desired video playback and styling effects work as intended before presenting to your audience.
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