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Garr Reynolds Top 10 powerpoint tips


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Reading through Garr Reynolds top 10 slideshow tips I made a powerpoint of what I thought he is trying to say with few words but with pictures

Reading through Garr Reynolds top 10 slideshow tips I made a powerpoint of what I thought he is trying to say with few words but with pictures

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  • {"5":"Use high quality graphics. No more animations. Do not find a picture and just stretch it out, the picture will lose its resolution.\n","11":"Slide sorter view. You can see how your slides switch and the logical flow of your presentation.\n","6":"Stay away from powerpoint templates. Your audience has seen them countless times. Be unique and keep your audience interested.\n","7":"Charts are a great way to compare and show your data. If you didn’t use a chart your slide would be pack full of numbers and labels.\n","2":"When making a presentation, try to limit your words. Keep notes and tell the crowd instead of having them read it while you are presenting.\n","8":"Use colors well. Color is an emotion, be careful for certain colors for your backgrounds. Also keep in account if you are presenting in a room with some light or a dark room.\n","3":"Aim for simple slides that show what you will talk about, not have what you are going to say written on the slide. Limit long lists or bullets, it will cause an information overload and bore the crowd.\n","9":"San serif is the one of the best fonts you can use in your slide. It is a professional font.\n","4":"Stick with subtle and professional transitions. Sometimes putting in “fly” isn’t a big deal but sometimes it is just extremely boring to see slide after slide.\n","10":"Add videos to your presentation. It is a good transition in your slides, it keeps your audience focused and it is something new in the slide. Different pace.\n"}
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    • 2. Simplicity Grass and sky
    • 3. Limit Lists
    • 4. Transitions/ Animations= Unnecessary
    • 5. 01 (99) Be Professional
    • 6. Unique Presentations A beautiful scenary
    • 7. Too Much Detail? Art of Transportation
    • 8. Choose Colors Wisely clip-clip-office-168336/
    • 9. San Serif Chicken Chicken powerpoint
    • 10. Something New 3 Shots
    • 11. Go With the Flow Fountain