Presentations should contain only the key points that the speaker is talking about. It makes no sense to read long sentences to the audience, who can read in the slide themselves. If you want to have on hand slide notes that with your comments, you can have written them inside PowerPoint slides and then clearly print. This article will help you do this. If this guide has helped you, become a fan on Facebook and recommend this site to your friends, it can be useful for them too
Slide notes can be typed in all versions of PowerPoint, they are located below the slide in Normal mode (Tab View > Normal). For this article, we work with the version of PowerPoint 2013. Each slide can include any note. They can even be formatted like the text in Word. If there are more, it is advisable to increase the area by dragging the divider line in notes section edge, or switch to Notes (tab View> Notes) see figure “View notes” below. In version 2013, there is an icon on the status bar or on the View tab.
Notes are not seen during screening. In version 2003, it was available during projection to display them by right mouse button > Speaker notes, but this feature is not supported in new versions. But they can be viewed in so-called Presenter View (Slideshow tab > Use Presenter view), see figure “Presenter View 2013” below.
Printing of notes can be set in File > Print, and switch to print notes, see figure “Print notes” below. On each slides will be then printed on the top of the paper and notes in the lower part. Do you have the ability to print, have them on the hand. But during your presentation it does not seem professional when you search in a pile of papers :-).