If you don't see PowerPoint on the list, the file can't be recorded.) If you don't have a recording menu, click File > Next. How to Use QuickTime Movie Recording Using QuickTime Movie Recording, you can convert PowerPoint presentations created in any other software (like PowerPoint for Mac or Microsoft PowerPoint) to a digital movie file that you can watch on any media player, including on an Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, and the Xbox One. How to play a QuickTime Movie How to View Video In PowerPoint In Windows 8.1, Windows 10, and Windows Server How do you view video in a PowerPoint file? In Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows Server, when you open a PowerPoint file, it's automatically viewed in full-screen, without having to adjust your focus. If you don't want to view it in full-screen mode you can press the Alt+Enter key combination while you hold down the Ctrl key to bring up the slide show menu. If you're having trouble with this, hold down the Ctrl key while pressing Alt+Enter. Keyboard Shortcuts To View Any Slide In PowerPoint While You're Recording Slide Show For Mac Only In Mac OS X, when you right-click on the PowerPoint file you want to view, you will see a list of keyboard shortcuts you can use to easily view in full-screen mode. This is because PowerPoint makes use of the xterm, by default, for screen reader output. If you want to view the entire PowerPoint in a more readable manner, then you should use QuickTime Movie Record (right-click on your PowerPoint file, then select Import > QuickTime Movie Recording). How To Play A QuickTime Movie In PowerPoint In Windows 10: Open PowerPoint and click File > Record. In the top right corner, click View > Full Screen. In the View tab, look under the Screen Reader Options section, then click Onscreen Display. Click the video file, then click Play. Or if you're having trouble with this, hold down the Ctrl key while pressing Alt+Enter. In case a QuickTime movie does not start playing, then please follow the steps found in How to Watch Video In PowerPoint. How To See The Video Playing In PowerPoint From The Command Prompt With a keyboard shortcut, you can view a QuickTime Movie you recorded with a Windows command prompt. Go to the Start Menu > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt.