While setting up for my Nokia Lumia Labs presentation, I had one of the organizers ask me how I was able to switch fonts and make everything easier to read in a matter of seconds. I told him that I simply installed the Productivity Power Tools for Visual Studio 2012 and with 2 simple commands could switch between presenter mode or non-presenter mode.
Let’s see how it works.
By typing ‘present’, from the Visual Studio Quick Launch bar, then you will see the following:
By selecting, “PresentOn” then Visual Studio will adjust fonts, etc. automatically as shown below (Click to enlarge image):
Funny how this tip makes the rounds (Powering Presentations, Productivity Power. A peek at the VS 2012 Productivity Power Tools PresentOn/PresentOff).
Note: This is great for work presentations, meetings, code chats, etc. too.
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