If you do not have a Project tab, open a new one with '+' tab or App Menu>New.
Click the drop-down arrow below the Record button the Record From and select your microphone from the input devices listed.
To start recording use the Tools button on the toolbar and select Presentation Capture.
You can then choose how you would like to record your presentation:
Recording from PowerPoint:
Select the first radio button, Capture slides from PowerPoint, and press Start.
Audio Notetaker will then wait for you to start a PowerPoint slideshow.
Open your PowerPoint Presentation, and begin your slide show (F5)
Deliver your presentation; you can move between slides, skip slides and move back to earlier slides, see the 3 Second Rule below.
If you start a second PowerPoint presentation then Audio Notetaker will pause recording until you start the next presentation.
As you record Audio Notetaker displays a progress bar showing how many slides you have captured.
Once you have finished the presentation, navigate back to Audio Notetaker and click the Finish button. Your slides and audio will be imported into a new workspace tab (If you recorded several presentations then each one will appear in their own workspace).
You may want to skip backwards through your slides whilst presenting. To avoid these slides being added into your recording for a second time, there is a "three second rule": If you display a previously-shown slide for less than 3 seconds, it is not added in again. It also ignores any slides you don't show at all, for example if you exit the presentation early.
There is a tick-box on the bottom left of the dialog box that comes up when you choose Record Presentation, if ticked, any slide not shown will be added to the recording anyway, but with no associated audio. By default this option is always ticked as it is easier to delete unwanted slides afterwards than add them manually.
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