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  1. 1. John Montoya CSU-Global Contemporary Business Writing and Communication ORG 536 Dr. Robert “Bobby” Olszewski November 17, 2013
  2. 2. Introduction In many organizations presentations are used to utilized to relay information to employees. A presentation must be attractive to the employees. Every presentation must have a good message along with attractive visual aids. The person delivering the information must present the information with great confidence and energy. They must be prepared for everything.
  3. 3. Starting with text When delivering information remember to make the information clear and to the point.  Make sure the information is easily understood.  Once the information for the presentation is complete, begin adding flare to make things stand out. 
  4. 4. Selecting the Right Fonts and Design Templates can be used to help create the right design.  Stick with consistent fonts and background during the presentation.  There are templates with most software programs. Additional templates can be downloaded.  Use a simple font such as Times New Roman or Arial. 
  5. 5. Backgrounds and Images Backgrounds should catch the eye and make images and fonts stand out.  Use images that go with the presentation. 
  6. 6. Stand out Visually  Make the information interesting and to the point.  Do not use information that people will not understand. Make it simple. Appealing Simple  Information should be clear and easy to understand. Clear  Make your presentation have visual appeal to keep the audience entertained.
  7. 7. Add Special Effects Appeal  Keep Audience Focused  Include The Audience 
  8. 8. Connecting Use hyperlinks for more indebt information.  Provide the audience with outside sources to help support the presentation.  Use the hyperlinks within the presentation to give them a idea what they are. 
  9. 9. Q&A Engage the audience.  Allow people to ask question about what you have presented.  Handout a survey.  Use the survey to gather information to help better future presentations. 
  10. 10. References Guffey, M., & Loewy, D. (2011). Business communication: Process and product (7th ed.). Independence, KY: Cengage Learning.