As an organization, you may want to develop two distinctly different templates for presentations and slidedocs. Slidedocs are documents in slide format without a presenter; slidedocs have the same great visuals and more text than a presentation, but less text than an actual document. WIth distinct templates for each, it will be easy for your employees to identify whether their content is to be read or presented.
Each organization should make it self-evident which templates should be used for presentations (slides to be projected), and which ones should be used for slidedocs (pages to be read). This practice will make it easier for employees to quickly identify which tool to use for the job.
The following images offer different ways you could distinguish a presentation from a slidedoc. You could use one or a combination of the distinguishing identifiers to help your organization communicate effectively.