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  • 1. PowerPoint Tips & Tricks Tutorial jean.luc.niezette@gmail.com April 2009
  • 2. 2 forewordforeword Goal is just to share PowerPoint ‘tips & tricks’  You can agree or disagree with some statements  It’s just a ‘toolbox’  PowerPoint is just a tool. If content is not good, it cannot help Objective is just to help you to…  Spend less time on layout & more on content  Make ‘better’ presentations ‘6S’ approach is just my own ‘proposal’… Unrestricted comments are welcome ! Jean-Luc
  • 3. 3 jean.luc.niezette@gmail.com see PowerPoint 100 pictures & PowerPoint 50 templates comments are welcome ! Jean-Luc
  • 4. 4 part 1 ‘tips & tricks’
  • 5. 5 not are slides funny ! next
  • 6. 6 table of contenttable of content 1 2 3 4 5 Before you start • Customize your toolbar, activate ‘snap object to grid’ & ‘ruler’, useful ‘short-keys’, Speed Building blocks • Colors, black-white, fonts, lines, shapes, alignments, pictures, clip-arts, tables, charts, animations ‘Slide’ design • Components, slide limits, titles, slide, body, Simplicity, layout Content • Scope, audience, Schedule, Structure, visualize presentation, Story, 6S More tips • Advanced tips, templates 6
  • 7. 7 1 2 3 4 5 Before you start • Customize your toolbar, activate ‘snap object to grid’ & ‘ruler’, useful ‘short-keys’, Speed Building blocks • Colors, black-white, fonts, lines, shapes, alignments, pictures, clip-arts, tables, charts, animations ‘Slide’ design • Components, slide limits, titles, slide, body, Simplicity, layout Content • Scope, audience, Schedule, Structure, visualize presentation, Story, 6S More tips • Advanced tips, templates 7
  • 8. 8 switch to ‘EDIT’ view(esc)
  • 9. 9 make this figure in < 30 secmake this figure in < 30 sec Use shapes here-under to make the figure 9
  • 10. 10 analsis of your resultsanalsis of your results this can be done in < 2 seconds
  • 11. 11 customize the ‘format’ toolbarcustomize the ‘format’ toolbar No need for additional new commands in toolbar
  • 12. 12 customize the ‘drawing’ toolbarcustomize the ‘drawing’ toolbar No need for additional new commands in toolbar
  • 13. 13 activate ‘snap objects to grid’activate ‘snap objects to grid’ Always activate this feature ! Spacing can be  0,083 Inches  0,079 Inches  … 13
  • 14. 14 activate ‘ruler’activate ‘ruler’ Always activate this feature ! 14
  • 15. 15 useful short-keysuseful short-keys ctrlctrl AA ctrlctrl CC ctrlctrl VV ctrlctrl ZZ ctrlctrl YY ctrlctrl SS escesc fnfn prt scprt sc f2f2 Select all Copy Paste Undo Re-do Save Select text Escape Print screen shiftshift enterenter ‘Line break’ 15
  • 16. 16 make this figure in < 2 minmake this figure in < 2 min x 11 16
  • 17. 17 select all figures & rotate ‘left’select all figures & rotate ‘left’
  • 18. 18 center this figure horizontally in < 1 mincenter this figure horizontally in < 1 min Use shapes here-under to center the figure 18Unrestricted
  • 19. 19 speedspeed ctrlctrl AA ctrlctrl CC ctrlctrl VV ctrlctrl ZZ ctrlctrl YY ctrlctrl SS escesc fnfn prt scprt sc f2f2 shiftshift enterenter + + = 90% time saved ! Take some time to learn how to use toolbar & short-keys ! 19 1st S
  • 20. 20 switch to ‘SLIDE SHOW’
  • 21. 21 what does ‘90% time saved’ mean ?what does ‘90% time saved’ mean ? 10h1h 3h20 1h4010’ 20’ Do invest some time to learn how to use ‘toolbar’ & ‘short-keys’ !!! 1 day 10 days
  • 22. 22 1 2 3 4 5 Before you start • Customize your toolbar, activate ‘snap object to grid’ & ‘ruler’, useful ‘short-keys’, Speed Building blocks • Colors, black-white, fonts, lines, shapes, alignments, pictures, clip-arts, tables, charts, animations ‘Slide’ design • Components, slide limits, titles, slide, body, Simplicity, layout Content • Scope, audience, Schedule, Structure, visualize presentation, Story, 6S More tips • Advanced tips, templates 22
  • 23. 23 focus = ‘internal’ presentations but easy to transpose…
  • 24. 24 colorscolors Use the ‘right’ colors  Select basic colors (e.g.) − ‘black’ & ‘white’ − 1 ‘grey’ − 3 to 4 ‘blue’ − 1 ‘color’  Use same colors in entire presentation EXAMPLE AVOID 24
  • 25. 25 black & white (or colors when printed in ‘grey’)black & white (or colors when printed in ‘grey’) type grey level No difference when printed type grey level 25
  • 26. 26 what’s the difference between these figures ?what’s the difference between these figures ? A A 26
  • 27. 27 …bad surprise when printed…bad surprise when printed 27
  • 28. 28 fontsfonts Fonts type  Use ‘Georgia’, Arial’, ‘Helvetica’, ‘Veranda’ or ‘Calibri’  Use ‘Arial’ if lot of numbers  Use ‘black’ as default & ‘blue’ for ‘level 1 titles’  Font size (standard) : max 20 & min 12  Try to avoid bold, italic & underline Bullets  Avoid ‘black’ or ‘white’ bullets  Different indentation levels = different bullets Be coherent !  Always use same approach for font colors, font size, bullets, etc.  Always use same approach for Majuscules, i.e. − Either Majuscule at beginning of list − or no majuscule at beginning of list level 1 (size 18 /20)  level 2 (size 16 / 18) − level 3 (size 14 / 16) • level 4 (14) level 1 (size 18) • level 2 (size 16) • level 3 (size 14) ● level 1 (size 18) ● level 2 (size 16) ● level 3 (size 14) AVOID EXAMPLE 28
  • 29. 29 lineslines ¾ pt 2 ¼ ptNo line ¾ pt Solid 2 ¼ pt Solid ¾ pt Dash 2 ¼ pt Dash  No need for other types of lines  Use same line types in entire presentation 29
  • 30. 30 useful shapesuseful shapes texttext texttext texttexttexttext texttexttexttext texttext texttexttexttext texttext     30
  • 31. 31 how to resize a shapehow to resize a shape texttext texttext 1. Select shape 2. Resize shape with ‘yellow diamond’ 3. Find ‘right shape’ 31
  • 32. 32 always align & ‘distribute’ shapes in a slidealways align & ‘distribute’ shapes in a slide texttext texttext texttext texttext Not OK texttext texttext texttext texttext OK 32
  • 33. 33 picturespictures Using pictures is complex  It’s difficult to find the ‘right’ picture  Presentations with pictures take lot of time  Pictures are only useful if you want to make a ‘show’ Most of the time, you just don’t need pictures for internal presentations but just in case…  Don’t use pictures found on Internet (for professional use)  Only use PowerPoint ‘Clip Arts’ (unless you can access specialized images database)
  • 34. 34 But pictures are good for show !
  • 35. 35 If correctly chosen
  • 36. 36 Otherwise…
  • 37. 37 So think twice…
  • 38. 38 clip artsclip arts And just avoid ugly ‘Clip Arts’ !
  • 39. 39 tablestables Table Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Line 1 xxx xxx xxx xxx Line 2 xxx xxx xxx xxx Line 3 xxx xxx xxx xxx Line 4 xxx xxx xxx xxx Line 5 xxx xxx xxx xxx Tables are really a problem in PowerPoint  Try not to use standard ‘table option’ if possible  Prefer to create your own table (with ‘Rectangle’ shapes)
  • 40. 40 insert Excel tables in PowerPointinsert Excel tables in PowerPoint Prefer to paste Excel tables as pictures in PowerPoint • Select Table in Excel • Press ‘SHIFT’ & select ‘Copy Picture…’ in ‘Edit’ menu • Use standard parameters by default • Go to PowerPoint • Paste Table (CTRL+V) 1 2 3 If possible, better to create own table in PowerPoint
  • 41. 41 Paste Excel charts as pictures in PowerPoint 1. Check that font size in graph is > 10 pt 2. Select graph in Excel 3. Press ‘SHIFT’ & select ‘Copy Picture…’ in ‘Edit’ menu 4. Use standard parameters by default 5. Go to PowerPoint 6. Paste graph (CTRL+V) insert Excel charts in PowerPointinsert Excel charts in PowerPoint 2 3 4
  • 42. 42 need to insert > 1 Excel chart in PowerPoint ?need to insert > 1 Excel chart in PowerPoint ? Chart 0 2 4 6 8 10 Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Row 5 Row 6 Row 7 Row 8 Row 9 Row... Chart 0 2 4 6 8 10 Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Row 5 Row 6 Row 7 Row 8 Row 9 Row... Not enough space on the slide, isn’t it ?
  • 43. 43 so you’ve just ‘re-sized’ the chartsso you’ve just ‘re-sized’ the charts Are you sure it’s still possible to read them ? Chart 0 2 4 6 8 10 Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Row 5 Row 6 Row 7 Row 8 Row 9 Row... Chart 0 2 4 6 8 10 Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Row 5 Row 6 Row 7 Row 8 Row 9 Row...
  • 44. 44 prefer to adapt size in Excel (with font size > 10 !)prefer to adapt size in Excel (with font size > 10 !) Chart 0 2 4 6 8 10 Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Row 5 Row 6 Row 7 Row 8 Row 9 Row... Chart 0 2 4 6 8 10 Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Row 5 Row 6 Row 7 Row 8 Row 9 Row...
  • 45. 45 Go to next slide & press ‘enter’ after a few seconds
  • 46. 46 a z e r t f g h j k l m w x a z e r t u i p q s d f g h j k l m w x c v s z a z e r t g h j k l m w x c v b / s z a z e r t y u i o p q s d f g h j k l m w x c v b n ? . / s a z e r t u i o p q s d f g h j k l m w x c v b n ? . / a z e r t y u q s d f g h j k l m w x c ? z a z e r t y u i o p f g h j k l m w x c v b n ? . / s a z e r t y u i o p q s d g h j k l m w x c v a z e r t y u i o p f g h j k l m w x c v b n a z e r t y u q s d f g h j k l m w x c v b n ? a z e r t i o p q s d f g x c v b n ? . / s z a z e r t y u i o p q s d f g h j k l a z e r t y f g h j k l m w x n ? . / s z a z e r t u i o p q s d g h j k l m w x c a z e rq s d g h j k l m w x c v b n ? . / s z a z e r t y f g h j k l m w . / s z a z e r t y u i o p q s d f g h j k l m w x c v b n ? . / s a z e r t y u i o p q s d f g h j k l m w x a z e r t y u i o p q s d f g h j k l m w x c z a z e r t y u i o p q s d f g h j k l m w x c v ? . / s z a z e r t y u i o p q s . / s z a z e r t y u i o p q s d f g h j k l m w x c v a z e r t y u i o p q s d f g h j k l m w x c v b n ? / s z a z e r t y u i o p q s d f g h j a z e r t y u i o p q s d f g h j k l m a z e r t y u i o p q s d f g h j k l m w b n ? . / s z a z e r t y u i o p q sb n ? . / s z a z e r t y u i o p q s d f g h j k l m w JUST AVOID ANIMATIONS !!!
  • 47. 47 why not to use animations ?why not to use animations ? 1. Animations = lot of time unless good PowerPoint skills 2. Animations = problems with mouse during presentation (Murphy’s law I) 3. Animations = PC & mouse far from you during presentation (Murphy’s law II) 4. Animations = ‘show’, not ‘facts’ Avoid animations when possible !
  • 48. 48 1 2 3 4 5 Before you start • Customize your toolbar, activate ‘snap object to grid’ & ‘ruler’, useful ‘short-keys’, Speed Building blocks • Colors, black-white, fonts, lines, shapes, alignments, pictures, clip-arts, tables, charts, animations ‘Slide’ design • Components, slide limits, titles, slide, body, Simplicity, layout Content • Scope, audience, Schedule, Structure, visualize presentation, Story, 6S More tips • Advanced tips, templates 48
  • 49. 49 slide componentsslide components Footer slide number Try to align ‘Title’ & ‘Body’ texts Always include ‘slide #’ & confidentiality level for internal ppt (exception : no slide # on ‘Title slides’)
  • 50. 50 respect ‘slide limits’respect ‘slide limits’ NO NO NO NO YES YES
  • 51. 51 avoid titles having more than 1 line because it’s difficult to read them & because it will break the ‘uniformity’ of your presentation avoid titles having more than 1 line because it’s difficult to read them & because it will break the ‘uniformity’ of your presentation
  • 52. 5252 Only exception = titles + sub-titles (no majuscule for titles & Majuscule for sub-titles) titles & sub-titles Sub-title = summary of slide in 1 sentence titles & sub-titles Sub-title = summary of slide in 1 sentence
  • 53. 53 always use same font size & type for titlesalways use same font size & type for titles
  • 54. 54 slide title must reflect slide content !slide title must reflect slide content ! Always check that slide title really reflects slide content !
  • 55. 55 make your ‘own’ bodymake your ‘own’ body When you creare a new slide… • Create your own ‘boby’ = ‘rectangle’ with following attibutes − ‘Colors & Lines‘ • color = ‘NoFill’ • line = ‘No line’ − ‘Text Box’ • ‘Text anchor Point’ = Top • ‘Internal margins’ (left, right, top, bottom) = 0,1’ or 0,05’’ • ‘Word wrap text in Autoshape’ checked • No other option ‘checked’ • Adapt margins ! Never use standard ‘Title and Text’ template
  • 56. 56 bodybody Avoid very long text in the body of your presentation especially if it will be projected to a large audience. Use ‘Increase Paragraph Spacing’ command to make the text more readable. Be sure to adapt the text indentation when you go to a new line. Text must always be aligned. Be as simple as possible. Avoid very long text in the body of your presentation especially if it will be projected to a large audience. Use ‘Increase Paragraph Spacing’ command to make the text more readable. Be sure to adapt the text indentation when you go to a new line. Text must always be aligned. Be as simple as possible • Avoid very long text • Use to make text more readable • Text must always be aligned • Be as simple as possible
  • 57. 57 simplicitysimplicity  The goals of this project if to identify the possible areas of improvement for the development of a new approach for the definition and the revision of the new processes that will be launched in the future and to define the impacts of this new approach on the current structure of our company. Goals  Identify improvements for definition & revision of new processes  Define impacts on current company structure Keep it simple ! • Be as simple as possible : go directly to the point • Avoid articles (the, a, …) ; use ‘&’ instead of ‘and’ • Never > 2 lines in one paragraph (except for executive summary) 2nd S
  • 58. 58 always check if slide is readable when printedalways check if slide is readable when printed remember this ? People usually print (business) presentations
  • 59. 59 Find at least 7 ‘mistakes’ in this slideFind at least 7 ‘mistakes’ in this slide Text Text Text Text Text • any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text • any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text • any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text • any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text
  • 60. 60 Find at least 7 ‘mistakes’ in this slideFind at least 7 ‘mistakes’ in this slide Text Text Text Text Text • any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text • any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text • any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text • any text any text any text any text any text any text any text any text 2. Different spacing2. Different spacing 1. Font <> Standard font1. Font <> Standard font 3. Slide limits not respected 3. Slide limits not respected 5. ‘White’ bullet5. ‘White’ bullet 4. Text not aligned4. Text not aligned 6. Shape not resized6. Shape not resized 7. Text in bold, italic, not standard font, same color as in other shapes, > 2 lines, … 7. Text in bold, italic, not standard font, same color as in other shapes, > 2 lines, …
  • 61. 61 you want a cool slide layout ?you want a cool slide layout ?
  • 62. 62 layout Cool layout but few colors available for text layout Cool layout but few colors available for text
  • 63. 63 layoutlayout Prefer ‘white’ backgrounds (easier, less ink & less money spent when printed)
  • 64. 64 1 2 3 4 5 Before you start • Customize your toolbar, activate ‘snap object to grid’ & ‘ruler’, useful ‘short-keys’, Speed Building blocks • Colors, black-white, fonts, lines, shapes, alignments, pictures, clip-arts, tables, charts, animations ‘Slide’ design • Components, slide limits, titles, slide, body, Simplicity, layout Content • Scope, audience, Schedule, Structure, visualize presentation, Story, 6S More tips • Advanced tips, templates 64
  • 65. 65 > 100 > 50 > 10 < 10 < 5 Projection Both Paper > 30min 15 / 20 min 10 min 5 min ‘Story’ Standard Details Facts & figures ‘Show’ # attendees Media Audience Content Timing + + + + = ‘Public’ Customer Senior Mgt. Middle Mgt. Employees … ‘Vision’ Strategy / Positioning Product presentation Technical / Financials Status report … Think about scope of presentation ! 3rd S
  • 66. 66 audienceaudience Adapt to audience !
  • 67. 67 scheduleschedule 4th S 5 min 10 min 15 min 20 min 1h30 min < 3 slides < 5 slides < 7 slides < 10 slides < 15 slides < 25 slides Always respect timing !
  • 68. 68 structurestructure it’s easy… 1 slide = 1 idea (If you can’t summarize slide in one sentence, slide is too complex) 5th S
  • 69. 69 visualize presentationvisualize presentation 1. Take a ‘A4’ sheet of paper 2. Draw 10 ‘rectangles’ (= if ’10’ slides) 3. Write ‘1. Introduction’ in 1st rectangle 4. Write ’10 Conclusions’ in last rectangle 5. Write just one idea on remaining slides 6. Make a ‘story’ with coherent story line 1 10 Introduction Conclusions Always visualize your presentation
  • 70. 70 storystory A presentation is a STORY You have to make a ‘scenario’ with 1. STRONG start (attract attention) 2. Coherent story line (no flash-back) 3. ACTION !!! (keep public awake) 4. Suspense & surprises (retain interest) 5. Happy end ! (of course…) Good presentation needs good ‘Story’ 6th S
  • 71. 71 6S PowerPoint Summary6S PowerPoint Summary Speed customized toolbar & short-keys Simplicity simplify everything Scope think about context Schedule always respect timing Structure 1 slide = 1 idea Story make your scenario
  • 72. 72 1 2 3 4 5 Before you start • Customize your toolbar, activate ‘snap object to grid’ & ‘ruler’, useful ‘short-keys’, Speed Building blocks • Colors, black-white, fonts, lines, shapes, alignments, pictures, clip-arts, tables, charts, animations ‘Slide’ design • Components, slide limits, titles, slide, body, Simplicity, layout Content • Scope, audience, Timing,Structure, visualize presentation, Story, 6S More tips • Advanced tips, templates 72
  • 73. 73 how to ‘recover’ a color if you’re lucky ?how to ‘recover’ a color if you’re lucky ? Solution #1 (= when you’re lucky) 1. Select a figure having the color you want 2. Check if color in ‘Fill Color’ palette 3. If color is in ‘Fill Color’ palette, just select the color
  • 74. 74 Solution #2 (= when you’re not lucky) 1. Select a figure having the color you want 2. Check if color in ‘Fill Color’ palette 3. If color is not in ‘Fill Color’ palette, click on ‘More Fill Color’ 4. Double click on ‘New’. Now the color is in ‘Fill Color’ palette how to ‘recover’ a color if you’re not lucky ?how to ‘recover’ a color if you’re not lucky ?
  • 75. 75 what’s the difference between these figures ?what’s the difference between these figures ?
  • 76. 76 …color & transparency…color & transparency  Color =  Transparency = 70%  Color =  Transparency = 0%
  • 77. 77 transparencytransparency Transparency allows…  Nice effects when correctly used But most of the time  Transparency = bad surprise when presentation is printed  You can make the same effect with standard colors
  • 78. 78 colors effectscolors effects Colors effects are cool but usually…  Colors effects take lots of time  Bad surprise when presentation is printed
  • 79. 79 shadows stylesshadows styles No Shadow Shadow Style 14 Shadow Style 14 Shadow Style 17 Shadow Style 17  Don’t use other ‘Shadows Styles’  Use same ‘Shadow Style’ in entire presentation
  • 80. 80 smooth slides transitionssmooth slides transitions Use same alignment for ‘body’ vs. ‘title’ in all slides Not OK !
  • 81. 81 make this figure in < 5 minmake this figure in < 5 min 5’’ 5’’ Tip : Use Excel
  • 82. 82 make this figure in < 5 minmake this figure in < 5 min Tip : Use Paint any spacing
  • 83. 83 template : table of contenttemplate : table of content 1 2 3 4 5 Chapter 1 title • Description of chapter 1 Chapter 2 title • Description of chapter 2 Chapter 3 title • Description of chapter 3 Chapter 4 title • Description of chapter 4 Chapter 5 title • Description of chapter 5
  • 84. 84 template : table of contenttemplate : table of content Chapter 1 title Chapter 2 title Chapter 3 title Chapter 4 title Chapter 5 title     
  • 85. 8585Unrestricted template : action plantemplate : action plan Domain 1Domain 1 Domain 2Domain 2 Domain 3Domain 3 Domain 4Domain 4  Action 1  Action 2  Action 3  Action 4  Action 1  Action 2  Action 3  Action 4  Action 1  Action 2  Action 3  Action 4  Action 1  Action 2  Action 3  Action 4
  • 86. 8686Unrestricted template : action plantemplate : action plan Owner Action plan TimingIssueDomain Domain Description issue JL Niezette Action plan description DD/MM/YY Domain Description issue JL Niezette Action plan description DD/MM/YY Domain Description issue JL Niezette Action plan description DD/MM/YY Domain Description issue JL Niezette Action plan description DD/MM/YY Domain Description issue JL Niezette Action plan description DD/MM/YY
  • 87. 8787Unrestricted template : planningtemplate : planning JJ FF MM AA MM JJ JJ AA SS OO DDNN Domain 1Domain 1 Domain 2Domain 2 Domain 3Domain 3 DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description
  • 88. 8888Unrestricted Domain 2 Domain 3 Domain 1 template : planningtemplate : planning DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description DD/MM : action description J F M A M J J A S O N D
  • 89. 8989Unrestricted template : planningtemplate : planning Q4Q3Q2Q1 Action 1 Action 2 Action 3 Action 4 Action 5 Action 6 Action 7 Action 8
  • 90. 90 template : 10 slides for Senior Managementtemplate : 10 slides for Senior Management Structure - Title - Executive summary - Agenda  Scope  Status  Issue(s)  Solution(s)  Requirements / Developments needed  Risks & opportunities  Financials / Figures  What if NO GO / -30% investments / GO  Planning & next steps  Decisions needed - Backup Items on Title slide  Date  (presentation to xxx)  Unrestricted / Internal Use Only / Confidential  (Name) / Department / (Company)  For information / For decision / For discussion Mandatory items on all slides  Slide number  Unrestricted / Internal Use Only / Confidential / … 20 min presentation with executive summary
  • 91. 91 part 2 ‘show’
  • 92. 92 You have to make a presentation
  • 93. 93 but you’re… running out of time
  • 94. 94 same story once again ?
  • 95. 95 you have to find a way out ?
  • 96. 96 better to be somewhere else?
  • 97. 97 no stress !
  • 98. 98 you just need a toolbox…
  • 99. 99 to win lot oftime !
  • 100. 100 this is the goal of this presentation
  • 101. 101 aim is just to help to save time you
  • 102. 102 and to spend more time on real priorities
  • 103. 103 contentcontent of thisof this tutorialtutorial
  • 104. 104 before you start building blocks ‘slide’ design content + tips
  • 105. 105 before you start
  • 106. 106 take 5’ to customize your toolbar
  • 107. 107 1’ to lock grid ruler
  • 108. 108 5’’ to ‘activate’ ruler
  • 109. 109 use few short-keys
  • 110. 110 to win time
  • 111. 111 building blocks before you start
  • 112. 112 colors
  • 113. 113 black white
  • 114. 114 fonts
  • 115. 115 lines
  • 116. 116 shapes
  • 117. 117 alignments
  • 118. 118 pictures
  • 119. 119 clip-arts
  • 120. 120 tables
  • 121. 121 charts
  • 122. 122 animations
  • 123. 123 ‘slide’ design building blocks before you start
  • 124. 124 components
  • 125. 125 slide limits
  • 126. 126 title
  • 127. 127 body
  • 128. 128 simplicity
  • 129. 129 layout
  • 130. 130 content ‘slide’ design building blocks before you start
  • 131. 131 scope
  • 132. 132 scope
  • 133. 133 audience
  • 134. 134 schedule
  • 135. 135 structure 1 slide 1 idea
  • 136. 136 visualizevisualize presentationpresentation
  • 137. 137 YROTSa !m eka
  • 138. 138 6S Speed Simplicity Scope Schedule Structure Story
  • 139. 139 + tips content ‘slide’ design building blocks before you start
  • 140. 140 advanced tips
  • 141. 141 …and templates
  • 142. 142
  • 143. 143 what do you think ?
  • 144. 144 ready to go ?
  • 145. 145 Hope it helps jean.luc.niezette@gmail.com
  • 146. 146 jean.luc.niezette@gmail.com see PowerPoint 100 pictures & PowerPoint 50 templates comments are welcome ! Jean-Luc