Using a laser pointer is a great way to focus the audience on a specific part of your presentation. If you can not do it, you can use PowerPoint's neat little setting to turn your mouse into a laser pointer. Here's how.
Turning Your Mouse Into a Laser Pointer
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Enabling this feature is quite simple. In fact, you can do it during the actual presentation.
[Cause] Clicking and holding the left mouse button.
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Changing the Color of Your Laser
The default color is red, which might not work well depending on the color of your slides. Set to Slide Show button
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A menu with three colors will appear. Here, you can select either red, green, or blue. Once you've chosen your color, click "OK."
These are the only available options, so choose the background color of your slides carefully if you plan on using the laser pointer feature.