In this tutorial, I will guide to you how to insert a clock into PowerPoint? It will display on the slide but only run when you start presenting.
Sometimes in order for the presentation to have good results, at the specified time, you need to know the time. How long you have given the presentation to proactively arrange and present it reasonably, and the solution to insert a clock. PowerPoint file is the best option you should choose.
Compared to the way to create a countdown timer, this way is simpler and does not need to use complicated tools like VBA or take time to create effects like other types of countdown timer. Therefore, if you only require a simple watch, please refer to the following article
How to insert a clock into PowerPoint?
Step 1: Go to Insert and select the Date & Time icon in the Text section.
Step 2: The Header and Footer window will appear. Here you check at the box Date and time then select Update automatically so that every time the slide changes, the time will be automatically updated.
Next, click at the drop-down arrow to select the display style you want.
You can disable the display of the time in the title slide by checking the box Don’t show on title slide. After the settings are completed, you can select Apply to apply for only current slide or Apply to All.
You can also change the font, font size, font color… as you like by right-clicking on it.
With the insertion of this clock, it will display on the slide but only run when you start presenting, that is the only note for you when using this clock.
So above is a detailed tutorial on how to insert a clock into a PowerPoint file? The simplest type of insertion using the templates and the display types that PowerPoint provides. If you find the article useful, don’t forget to visit the blog to continue with us to learn more knowledge about PowerPoint. Thank you and good luck.