Keeping a watch on the wall or on your watch to keep up with the times can be distracting and may seem rude during a presentation. Keep an eye on the presentation and stay focused by inserting a clock into your presentation.
Inserting a Clock in PowerPoint
There are several ways to do this. The first is to use a built-in PowerPoint feature that lets you unobtrusively view the time and date in the presentation. This method is not a live method, and only updates the time and date when you switch slides during the presentation. It is especially useful if you want to keep track of the time.
The second method is to add a live clock that can be downloaded from various third-party Web sites. This method allows you to see real-time updates during the presentation, not just when changing slides. It is probably best used if you want to draw the attention of the audience to the presentation.
PowerPoint built-in function
If you want to use the built-in feature of PowerPoint, open the PowerPoint presentation we will be working with and look past Click on the "Insert" tab.
Find the "Text" section and select "Date & Time".
 After selection, the "Header and Footer" window is displayed. Check the box next to "Date and time" and choose "Update automatically". This updates the date and time each time you change the slides. Now select the arrow next to the displayed date.
This displays various date / time variations from which you can choose. Choose the one you would like to use for your presentation. In this example, we'll use the third option from the bottom, which displays hour, minute, and second in 24-hour format.
If you & # 39; If you do not want to leave this option on the title slide, check the box next to "Do not show on the title slide." When done, click Apply All to paste the watch on all your slides. 
The date and time changes you selected now appear in the lower left corner of the presentation. The time and date that are displayed are the same as the time on your system, so make sure it is set correctly.
Using Online Flash Watches for PowerPoint
As mentioned earlier Different websites provide Flash-based clocks that you can use for your presentation. In this example, we're using a clock downloaded from flash clocks, but we're happy to search for a website you like, since the basic requirement for this work is the same.
Go to the Flash Clocks website and make sure that Adobe Flash Player is enabled. Once you are there, you will find a large gallery with various clocks to choose from, from analogue to digital and even antique. Select the type you want to use. We will take a look at the digital options.
Browse the large gallery of available watches and find one that you like. Once you find one, click on the "HTML Tag Code" link above the clock.
Find the code here. Mark and copy everything from http: // through .swf, as shown in the picture below.
Then press Enter. If you're using Chrome, you'll get a message that this file type could corrupt your computer. Since this comes from a trusted website, you can safely continue and click "Keep". This downloads the Shockwave Flash Object (SWF) file to your computer.
To insert the file in PowerPoint, simply drag and drop it. Similar to embedding a YouTube video, it initially displays only a black box. That's fine, because you'll see the live clock during the presentation. Go ahead and resize and reposition the clock.
If you are satisfied with size and position, copy the box and paste it into each slide in the presentation.
Now when you play your presentation, the clock will appear in real time!
Although this option may stand out a bit more, this option will be slightly more emphasized You can view the current time in real time throughout the presentation.