Step 3: Add the Slide deck that you want to use. Click on the slide arrow at the top right. Scroll down until you see your Slide. Click on it. To have your slide shown on screen as a Slide deck, click and drag the right edge. Click and drag the left edge to select the slide. Then click and drag the right edge to select and move on to the next Slide deck you want to use. The best way to record a slide deck for any course, lecture or conference — The Course Guide Video tutorials on how to record a PowerPoint presentation with Audacity — Ben B. If you have any issues or questions about this, please let us know at the comment section below. We appreciate all the help, good or bad, and can make it right if we're short on time. I also hope it inspires others to give it a try. I'll add and update the rest of the guides as I go, or answer questions in the comments below. Here are the rest of the guides: How to Record A Video Lecture — Teaching with Google Classroom — Dr. David Siegel — Download The Best Audio Recording for PowerPoint Presentations — PPTP resent — Download How to Record and Edit a Web Video Lecture — The Online Webinar Series on The University of Virginia — Download The Best Online Video Presentations Course — UC Davis — Download A Hands-On Video Presentation with Adobe Acrobat — Adobe Education — Download Posted by Derek at 01:10 I just want to let you know, your post on PowerPoint presentations with audio is a lifesaver. In a class with 20 students, you are able to have a live video feed while the instructor is talking to the class. If your professor will be using Adobe Premiere for any of his presentations, then you will be able to download the video files and the PowerPoint files together to a video folder. Using Adobe After Effects will allow you to overlay the video footage in After Effects and make the slides look great. It will also allow someone to add effects and special effects into the video. You also need to be able to play the video files back in PowerPoint. If your professor will be using Microsoft PowerPoint, you will need to purchase the 'Creators [Professional]' package to play back the video files. Best of luck and I hope that makes you feel less intimidated.