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PowerPoint 101
PowerPoint 101
PowerPoint 101
PowerPoint 101
PowerPoint 101
PowerPoint 101
PowerPoint 101
PowerPoint 101
PowerPoint 101
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PowerPoint 101

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  • 1. 1 Keep your design simple. Do not crowd slides with too many elements. Allow space for visual rest areas.
  • 2. Do not write every word you plan to say because you will2 bore the reader and then they do not even need a presenter. You can just show them your amazing power point presentation. They will fall asleep. Don’t let your audience fall asleep. Keep them awake with your theatrical presence. Do not write every word you plan to say because you will bore the reader and then they do not even need a presenter. You can just show them your amazing power point presentation. They will fall asleep. Don’t let your audience fall asleep. Keep them awake with your theatrical presence. Do not write every word you plan to say because you will bore the reader and then they do not even need a presenter. You can just show them your amazing power point presentation. They will fall asleep. Do not write every wordyou plan to say, allow the slide to act as a backdrop to your oral presentation.
  • 3. 3 http://www.virtualspeechcoach.com http://4.bp.blogspot.comUse contrast to make your presentationmore appealing. Balance large photoswith smaller ones or dark backgroundswith white lettering for ease of reading.
  • 4. 4 Use quality display fonts like Impact and Arial Black for distance reading. Quality fonts likeTimes Roman, Palatino, Arial, Baskerville, and Centuryhave been around for hundreds ofyears for a good reason. Use large type. Check your spelling!
  • 5. 5 Use colors for their contrast. Avoid green and red. Steer clear of thin typefaces and fonts. Some viewers will not be able to read your slides.Color is very expressive. Choose colors for their darkness or lightness. Somecolors are not seen by all viewers, like reds and greens, which tend to fall apart for most viewers.
  • 6. 6 Ask yourself a question. ? Do you like it when presentationsinclude sounds and moving images? Did they enhance your learning? If you doubt they will add to your presentation, then forget them.
  • 7. 7 zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzzAvoid presentations with too manyslides. Ten quality slides are more powerful than forty weak ones.
  • 8. 8 Dont rely heavily on clip art, which lacks that professional look. Insteaduse photos from websites like Flickr.Cite all sources, not just your writtenones. Give credit where credit is due.
  • 9. 9 http://www.entrepreneurs-journey.com Try to involve the viewer in your presentation by asking questions orinteracting with the audience during thepresentation. An active viewer absorbs your message more effectively.
  • 10. 10 http://www.onetipaday.com Test it out before sharing yourpresentation with others. Catch those spelling errors before a discerning audience views your hard work.

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