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  • Creating an Effective PowerPoint The quick and easy guide R.A.F.S. Education
  • FONTS
    • Size 24 or larger.
    • Use Arial or Helvetica.
    • Times New Roman is harder to read.
    • Italicized words are harder to read.
    • Use the same font throughout.
    • (Change colors, sizes, etc.)
  • COLOR
    • Light colors on dark backgrounds.
    • Dark colors on light backgrounds.
    • Bright colors can be hard to read.
    • Don't use too much color on one slide.
  • SLIDES
    • 6-8 words per line.
    • Larger font for titles: Smaller for text.
    • Use all caps on TITLES only.
    • Too many numbers can become confusing.
    • If using bullets, use 6X6 rule:
      • 6 lines and 6 words or less on a line.
  • IMAGES
    • Not too many per slide.
    • Use them only when necessary.
    • Relate them to the idea of the slide.
    • Don't have them take up all the space.
    • You don't want to confuse people.
  • TRANSITIONS
    • Don't use a lot of them.
    • One throughout the presentation is fine.
    • Your presentation will run smoother.
  • ANIMATIONS/SOUNDS
    • Not recommended unless needed.
    • Can be distracting.
  • A Basic “How-To” Brought to you by R.A.F.S. Education