9 common mistakes that make your slide look poor

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This is not right or wrong, but I think it should help you to avoid some mistakes that people did when create slides.

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9 common mistakes that make your slide look poor

  1. 9commonmistakes that make slides look poor
  2. We Specialized inTraining,Trading and Consulting
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  4. Jump into a computer Start to create slides immediately
  5. Trust me, you will never finish
  6. Trust me, you will never finish Your idea still not there yet
  7. Trust me, you will never finish Your idea still not there yet You will edit, edit and edit
  8. Trust me, you will never finish Your idea still not there yet You will edit, edit and edit until the last minute
  9. Your eyes will look this guy
  10. Your eyes will look this guy
  11. Your eyes will look this guy When you start to present
  12. You have not enough sleep
  13. You have not enough sleep Since your slides still not finish
  14. Always
  15. Always start manually
  16. 2
  17. That’s right. Why lot of text?
  18. Text text text text text text text Text text text text text text text Text text text text text text text Text text text text text text text Text text text text text text text Text text text text text text text TextText Text
  19. ANDBullets Bullets • Bullet • Bullet • Bullet • Bullet • Bullet • Bullet • Bullet • Bullet • Bullet • Bullet • Bullet • Bullet
  20. When your audience
  21. Finish their reading
  22. They will expect Your next slides ASAP
  23. AND You Still Not finish yet
  24. This is how they feel
  25. A goodpresenter use slides astheir tool
  26. Try touseimage to get more attention
  27. BUT
  28. The mostimportant
  29. The mostimportant object
  30. The mostimportant object ON THE STAGE
  31. The mostimportant object is ON THE STAGE
  32. The mostimportant object is ON THE STAGE YOU
  33. The mostimportant object is ON THE STAGE YOU NOT
  34. The mostimportant object is ON THE STAGE YOU NOT your slides
  35. 3
  36. Always use default
  37. Always use default setting
  38. Always use default setting without do a little more work
  39. No harm to rotate your image
  40. 4
  41. Always use default
  42. Always use default setting
  43. Always use default setting without do a little more work
  44. No harm to frame your image
  45. 5
  46. Mess up with the design
  47. Mess up with the design Do everything all at once
  48. ONLY
  49. ONLY 4 components
  50. ONLY 4 components that you need to concentrate
  51. Text
  52. Text Image
  53. Text Image Chart
  54. Text Image Chart Animation
  55. Do itstep bystep
  56. 6
  57. insert image without removing
  58. insert image without removing its
  59. insert image without removing backgroundits
  60. to remove No harm imagebackground
  61. Both
  62. Havebackground removal tool
  63. 7
  64. Use lowQuality images
  65. Instead of
  66. LIKE THISTHIS
  67. LIKE THIS Become
  68. And
  69. ๑Watermark Don’t use image
  70. 8
  71. Use default TEXTSetting
  72. TEXTTEXT TEXT
  73. Take a little more work with your font size color
  74. 9
  75. NeverREVIEW Afterfinish
  76. Bestway toreview
  77. Use
  78. Use This
  79. Use This View
  80. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0e/Stipula_fountain_pen.jpg http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/3e/Guantanamo_captive_gets_computer_literacy_training_-c.jpg http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0e/Atlanta_Zoo_Panda.jpg http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Thai_Stop_Sign.JPG A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words : Jason Burrows http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/eb/Badminton_Theater_auditorium.jpg http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/19/Lego_mess.jpg Take Note : Danielle Scott http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d5/Souvenir_Seller_-_Moscow_-_Russia_cropped.JPG Credit
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