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    • effective PowerPoint presentations
      Trisha Notaro
    • Text guidelines
      No more than 6 words per line
      No more than 6 lines a slide
      Keep it simple! No unnecessary words!
      RUN SPELLCHECK!
    • Pick colors wisely:
      READ ME
      ^ That is not easy to read, and it can give people a headache.
      Color
      Use colors sparingly, 2 to 3 at
      most
      Any clipart or graphics
      should have the same color
      theme as slides
      Not all colors match!
    • Visual images
      • Should enhance and complement the text, not overwhelm!
      • Images too small are not helpful
      • Keep graphs, charts and diagrams simple, if possible.
      Does this make
      sense? NO!
    • Font
      Font size generally ranges from 18 to 48 point
      • Titles should be bigger than the text body!
      Fancy Fonts can be hard to read
      SENTENCES IN CAPTIALS CAN BE TOUGH TO READ!!!
      • (or it could seem like you’re yelling)
    • Bullet Points
      Do not get crazy with bullet points
      It is distracting
      It can start to be obnoxious
      If there is a new topic, start a new slide
      Don’t try to fit everything in one slide
      Don’t use a lot of arrows either!
    • Summary
      Be conscious of:
      Text guidelines
      Color
      Visual Images
      Font
      Bullet Points
    • Sources
      Ameen, S. (2009). How to make attractive and effective powerpoint presentations. Retrieved from http://us.deskdemon.com/pages/us/training/attractive-powerpoint-presentations
      Montecino, V. (1999, July). Creating an effective powerpoint presentation . Retrieved from http://mason.gmu.edu/~montecin/powerpoint.html
      Saylor, T. (2001). Creating an effective powerpoint presentation . Retrieved from
      homepages.csp.edu/saylor/Documents/CREATING_AN_EFFECTIV.doc