How to View PowerPoint 2010 on TV
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 is a powerful tool for making presentations and expressing our ideas. But we are limited by its requirement to view it: we must have a PowerPoint2010 installed computer. If we want to send a PowerPoint 2010 to friends or families who don’t have a computer, they may not be able to view it. But most of them have a TV, so if we can view PowerPoint 2010 on TV, that will be amazing. But how can we watch PowerPoint2010 on TV?
Free way of viewing PowerPoint2010 on TV
The free way is to connect your TV with the computer, then use your computer to control the PowerPoint 2010. As there is a vast difference between the technologies of a computer monitor and a TV monitor, you can connect your PC to TV, and watch your PowerPoint 2010 on TV, but that’s not an easy job. For more details about it, you can Click here.
View PowerPoint 2010 on TV with a DVD player
As DVD player is available in most families. It is recommended to view your PowerPoint 2010 on TV with a DVD player. For this, all you need to do is to burn your PowerPoint 2010 to DVD and then you can watch PowerPoint2010 on TV with a remote control. Besides, after burning PowerPoint 2010 to DVD, you can send them to your friends without worrying if they have the right operating system or PowerPoint installed, even if they have a PC.
Here you can take a look at how Acoolsoft PPT to DVD Pro enables users burn PowerPoint to DVD and view PowerPoint on TV.
Step1: Download and install Acoolsoft PPT to DVD Pro on your computer.
Step2: Click Import to import PowerPoint for burning to DVD
Step3: Create stunning DVD menus for your PowerPoint to be viewed on TV with a DVD player. There are many different themes of DVD menu templates for you to choose.
Step4: Click Start to start the conversion process, and your PowerPoint would be automatically burned onto a DVD disc.
After that, you can insert the DVD disc into a DVD player, and then view PowerPoint on TV with a remote control. If you met the same problem of sharing PowerPoint 2010 in future, you can use the same way to burn PowerPoint 2010 to DVD and then view PowerPoint 2010 on TV with a DVD player.