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  • Over the yearsFrom all walks of lifeSeen thousands – seen mistakes the format from 1997 – hasn’t changed the overhead converted into a slide the technical paper just put up on a powerpoint the flashy graphics, movies and animations that overwhelm the presentation – Matt dancing.com
  • These are the four main uses and means of presenting powerpoints
  • Speaker pres Most common and will be main focusThe powerpoint presentation is meant to enhance and reinforce the speakers content.Audience is here to see and listen to the speaker
  • The powerpoint presentation is meant to enhance and reinforce the speakers content.Audience is here to see and listen to the speaker
  • Here are the rules - No paragraphs of content – it is not a book - people will just read the paragraphNo more than 7 words per line - meant to focus ideas and reinforce the main point of what the speaker is sayingNo more than 7 lines of text per page – this one has 5People read ahead. - points should come up one at a time – if there are a lot of them as in the agenda and they are separate, have them dimPoint form text should reinforce speaker comments – cannot stress this enough – support each other speakers words
  • Sparingly – too many pictures and too much flash, point is lost or the attention is lostEmphansis - reinforceFashion and style – colours – every year, house styles after 10 years – powerpoint graphics – 3 years
  • This rule gets broken most often
  • Tradeshow, showroomsIndependent of speakerEnhance and reinforce a messageFurther explanation on points and topicsRelatively new means of communication
  • Can vary to reflect topics
  • Volume of Information communicated is probably greatest in this formatDirectedMore detailed
  • Click on dark brown background to open up webpageSpeaker notes show
  • Opportunity to get audience to act, move forwardPurpose of your presentationIf you have the imagination

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  • PowerPoint Industry Best Practises © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • 1. Speaker Presentations 2. Kiosks 3. Complete Shows 4. Web Page Formats - InformationalGuidelines © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • SpeakerPresentations guidelines © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • Speaker Presentations PowerPoint is meant to focus attention on the speaker’s content © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • Text: For a speaker presentation: No paragraphs of content No more than 7 words per line No more than 7 lines of text per page People read ahead. Point form text should reinforce speaker comments © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • Graphics To Enhance Use sparingly For emphasis Graphics age every 3 years  Change often © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • Backgrounds and formats  Microsoft Templates  seen many times over  original ? or visually pleasing?  Alternatives  your corporate backgrounds and logos  create your own background. © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • Speaker Presentationsthe Slide Carousel  Only enough slides for your presentation  no need for full slide carousel  Tailor presentation to audience  names  area of interest  geographical area  specific circumstances © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • Stand tall Smile And most of all© copyright 2009, ES ComputerTraining, all rights reserved
  • Enjoy the presentation © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • Click here for Kiosk / pps Kiosks guidelines © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • Text: For a Kiosk or complete show  Short paragraphs with clear titles  Elaboration is often required.  Long explanations are best augmented with voice or video.  Vary it up to keep viewer’s interest.  Use text, interspersed with voice or video.  Text size can be small – 11 to 16 pts © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • •Photosand other images work bestKiosks •Label photos so that audience can identify photo to you© copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • GraphicsTo Enhance Kiosks Appropriate graphics, animation s, or movie clips on each slide For emphasis Graphics age every 3 years  Change often © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • Backgrounds for Kiosks  Microsoft Templates  seen many times over  original ? or visually pleasing?  Alternatives  your corporate backgrounds and logos  create your own background  Vary backgrounds  to match topic changes  2-3 © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • Kiosk – Content•Use narration, animation and videoclips to breakup large amounts ofinformation and maintain interest•Effective use of sound is a must•Volume and duration © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • WebPage Format guidelines © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • WEB Page Format For communicating significant amounts of Information Separate key points Include paragraphs Allow user control to various points in the presentation © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  • WebPage Format Graphics to enhanceNot as few as Speaker Presentation or as many as Kiosk © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
  •  Summary  Introduce Next Step  Inviting Audience Participation  …. Go out with a bang!Final Slide © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved