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HI Guys,

I need some help fast! I have a major school project due in on Monday. I need to find out how to use Automatic timing on a mac so I do not have to click anything!
Any help will be highly appreciated.
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Would help if we knew what version of MS Office you are working with.

I'm pretty sure if you ran a google search to it your query you would be able to find something.

I have Office 2011 and the automatic timing is in the ribbon under Transitions:


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Hi,

Sorry I was rushing a little, I am running 2011
Will this change the slides automatically
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Hi,

Sorry I was rushing a little, I am running 2011
Will this change the slides automatically
Yes, providing you know how many seconds you want on each slide and type it into that box with the red arrow that I posted.

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Thank You mate your a star!
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