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Using Ditto with PowerPoint on Windows 7, 8.1 and 10

There are multiple ways to present from PowerPoint on Windows using Ditto.

  Note

PowerPoint must be visible on your desktop for Ditto to see the PowerPoint files properly.

Mirroring PowerPoint on Windows 7, 8.1 and 10

Mirroring PowerPoint will display slides both on your Desktop and on the Ditto receiver.

  1. Launch Ditto and PowerPoint
  2. In Ditto, choose Specific Application and then select PowerPoint
  3. In Ditto, choose “Start Sharing”
  4. Start the slideshow in PowerPoint (Press F5)
Use Presenter View with Ditto on Windows 7

Utilizing presenter mode for a presentation will display slides on the Ditto receiver and Presenter View on your computer.

  1. Press the Windows key and type “Project”
  2. Select the “Connect to a Projector” option in the menu
  3. Select the Extend option
       - The display will flash while initializing the virtual display
  4. Launch Ditto and PowerPoint if they are not already running
  5. In PowerPoint, select “Slide Show,” and then enable “Presenter View”
  6. In Ditto, choose Specific Application > PowerPoint
  7. In Ditto, click “Start Sharing”
  8. Start the slideshow in PowerPoint (Press F5)
Use Presenter View with Ditto on Windows 8.1 and 10

Utilizing presenter mode for a presentation will display slides on the Ditto receiver and Presenter View on your computer.

  Note

Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 user interfaces vary slightly, but the instructions below are the same for both platforms.

  1. Press the Windows key and type “Project”
  2. Select the “Project to a Second Screen” option in the menu
  3. Select the Extend option
    - The display will flash while initializing the virtual display
  4. Launch Ditto and PowerPoint
  5. In Ditto, choose Specific Application > PowerPoint
  6. In Ditto, choose “Start Sharing”
  7. Start the slideshow in PowerPoint (Press F5)

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