Pack and Print Precautions
Multimedia files - like sound and video clips - are quite large, and they take up a lot of disk space. If you don't want presentation files taking up four or five floppy disks, you should keep the multimedia files to a minimum. The less disks used, the less chance of them getting lost.
Keep It Together
When students create and save their presentations, make sure they save them to their own individual folders. They should also transfer any multimedia files to this same directory - the transfer should be done as soon as a new multimedia file is added to the presentation.
To save paper and ink:
2. Click the Properties button. A printer dialog box will appear.
3. Click the Setup tab and select the EconoFast radio button.
4. Click the Paper tab and select the Book or Tablet radio buttons. This will save paper by printing the presentation on both sides of each page.
5. Click OK on the printer dialog box and then click OK on the Print dialog box.