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Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
Industry best practises, powerpoint 2010 nnzxx
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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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    • 1. PowerPoint Industry Best Practises © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
    • 2. 1. Speaker Presentations 2. Kiosks 3. Complete Shows 4. Web Page Formats - InformationalGuidelines © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
    • 3. SpeakerPresentations guidelines © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
    • 4. Speaker Presentations PowerPoint is meant to focus attention on the speaker’s content © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
    • 5. 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
    • 6. Graphics To Enhance Use sparingly For emphasis Graphics age every 3 years  Change often © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
    • 7. 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
    • 8. 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
    • 9. Stand tall Smile And most of all© copyright 2009, ES ComputerTraining, all rights reserved
    • 10. Enjoy the presentation © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
    • 11. Click here for Kiosk / pps Kiosks guidelines © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
    • 12. 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
    • 13. •Photosand other images work bestKiosks •Label photos so that audience can identify photo to you© copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
    • 14. 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
    • 15. 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
    • 16. 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
    • 17. WebPage Format guidelines © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
    • 18. 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
    • 19. WebPage Format Graphics to enhanceNot as few as Speaker Presentation or as many as Kiosk © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved
    • 20.  Summary  Introduce Next Step  Inviting Audience Participation  …. Go out with a bang!Final Slide © copyright 2009, ES Computer Training, all rights reserved

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