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Making A Good Presentation Great

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4 simple things you can do to give your PowerPoint presentation more impact. …

4 simple things you can do to give your PowerPoint presentation more impact.

1. Use text boxes not bullet points
2. Use images and let the audience add the context
3. Write at 30pt font - if it doesn't fit, you've got way too much information there.
4. Use Smartart to demonstrate flow or simplify complex ideas.
5. Use one point per slide, make it simple, easy to understand and engaging and the audience will remember.

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  • 1. Making a Good Presentation GREAT 25/07/2014 © Linda Parkinson-Hardman 1
  • 2. 25/07/2014 © Linda Parkinson-Hardman 2 http://powerpointinfo.blogspot.com/2012/02/powerpoint-usage-statistics-and-market.html 500 million PowerPoint users worldwide 30 million presentations created daily
  • 3. PowerPoint needn’t be a ….. 25/07/2014 © Linda Parkinson-Hardman 3 Train wreck at Montparnasse Station, at Place de Rennes side (now Place du 18 Juin 1940), Paris, France, 1895. Wikipedia
  • 4. The Reality …. Long boring slides Presenters reading from the screen Text you can’t see Busy overcomplicated slides Audience switching off 25/07/2014 © Linda Parkinson-Hardman 4
  • 5. 25/07/2014 © Linda Parkinson-Hardman 5 Remember Single Point Simple Understand Engage The Ideal

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