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Configuring Mobile Computers - Giving Presentations

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Presentation settings are options on your mobile PC that you can apply when giving a presentation. If you’ve ever had your display screen turn black during a presentation, you’ll appreciate that you can automatically turn off your screen saver every time that you give a presentation.

When presentation settings are turned on (often referred to as presentation mode), your mobile PC stays awake, and system notifications are turned off. You can also choose to turn off the screen saver, adjust the speaker volume, and change your desktop background image. Your settings are automatically saved and applied every time that you give a presentation, unless you manually turn them off.

You can turn on presentation settings by using one of the following methods:

  • Open Windows Mobility Center by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Mobile PC, and then clicking Windows Mobility Center.

  • On the Presentation Settings tile, click Turn On. Click OK.

To turn presentation settings on or off for the current monitor or projector that the mobile PC is connected to, follow these steps:

1.
Open Windows Mobility Center by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Mobile PC, and then clicking Windows Mobility Center.

2.
On the Presentation Settings tile, click the Change Presentation Settings icon.

3.
In the Presentation Settings dialog box, click Connected Displays.

4.
In the Current Displays dialog box, select or clear the I Always Give a Presentation When I Use This Display Configuration check box, and then click OK.

Presentation settings automatically turn off when you disconnect your mobile PC from a network projector or additional monitor, and when you shut down or log off from your mobile PC. Or, you can manually turn off presentation settings:

1.
Open Windows Mobility Center by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Mobile PC, and then clicking Windows Mobility Center.

2.
On the Presentation Settings tile, click Turn Off.

To customize presentation settings, follow these steps:

1.
Open Windows Mobility Center by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Mobile PC, and then clicking Windows Mobility Center.

2.
On the Presentation Settings tile, click the Change Presentation Settings icon.

3.
In the Presentation Settings dialog box, adjust settings for giving a presentation, and then click OK.

To keep the display on during presentations, follow these steps:

1.
Open Windows Mobility Center by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Mobile PC, and then clicking Windows Mobility Center.

2.
On the Presentation Settings tile, click the Change Presentation Settings icon.

3.
Expand Display, expand Turn Off Display After, click On Battery or Plugged In, and then click the arrow to change the setting to Never. You can also type the word Never in the box.

4.
Click OK, and then click Save Changes.

To prevent the mobile PC from going to sleep during presentations, follow these steps:

1.
Open Windows Mobility Center by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Mobile PC, and then clicking Windows Mobility Center.

2.
On the Presentation Settings tile, click the Change Presentation Settings icon.

3.
Expand Sleep, expand Sleep After, click On Battery or Plugged In, and then click the arrow to change the setting to Never. You can also type the word Never

in the box.
4.
Click OK, and then click Save Changes.
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