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Presented ByManish Kumar Lodha
Tips to covered Creating Effective Slides Writing Readable Content Selecting Design Elements Color Font and Type Styl...
Cont….. I am the Expert Empathize Face-to-Face Opening Good closing Do’s and Don’ts
Creating Effective Slides Develop the message and text for each slide first than move on to graphics and special effects B...
Writing Readable Content Use slide text to emphasize key points not to  convey entire message Limit each slide to one th...
Selecting Design Elements  To design effective slides need to consider six  principles of effective design Consistency C...
Color Presentation will be in dark room use dark color such as blue for background a midrange of brightness for illustrati...
Font and Type Styles Avoid script or decorative fonts Limit fonts to one or two per slide ( If two fonts  are used reser...
Positive Attitude One of the ways of displaying a positive attitude could be through instilling interest and enthusiasm in...
I am the Expert The first thing which need to be kept in mind prior to beginning a presentation is attune myself to the fa...
Empathize Trying to empathize with the audience and understand their viewpoints so as to being about a match between ideas...
Face-to-Face Face the audience in a confident and positive manner and leave a mark on them need to be extremely careful ab...
Opening Keep one thing in mind I need to capture the attention of the audience right at the beginning by making the openin...
Good Closing Keeping the time factor in mind the presenter must reserve the last 10-15 minutes for summarizing in which al...
Do’s Develop the positive attitude Exercise control over the self Exercise control over the material Be sure of the ob...
Don’ts Be aggressive in approach Reveal nervousness Be haphazard in presentation of content Be clueless when asked a q...
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Do’s and don’ts of power point presentation

  1. 1. Presented ByManish Kumar Lodha
  2. 2. Tips to covered Creating Effective Slides Writing Readable Content Selecting Design Elements Color Font and Type Styles Positive Attitude
  3. 3. Cont….. I am the Expert Empathize Face-to-Face Opening Good closing Do’s and Don’ts
  4. 4. Creating Effective Slides Develop the message and text for each slide first than move on to graphics and special effects Because special effects and eye-catching multimedia are likely to become the focus on slide rather than message
  5. 5. Writing Readable Content Use slide text to emphasize key points not to convey entire message Limit each slide to one thought concept or idea Limit the content to about 40 words roughly six line of text containing about six or seven words per line Use the active voice
  6. 6. Selecting Design Elements To design effective slides need to consider six principles of effective design Consistency Contrast Balance Emphasis Convention Simplicity
  7. 7. Color Presentation will be in dark room use dark color such as blue for background a midrange of brightness for illustration and light color for text If showing overhead transparencies in well-lit rooms reverse the colors use light colors for background and dark color for text
  8. 8. Font and Type Styles Avoid script or decorative fonts Limit fonts to one or two per slide ( If two fonts are used reserve one for heading or other for slide text Times New Roman is a standard fonts Allow extra white space between line of text Be consistent with fonts type style color and size
  9. 9. Positive Attitude One of the ways of displaying a positive attitude could be through instilling interest and enthusiasm in the audience by sharing information in as open manner as possible
  10. 10. I am the Expert The first thing which need to be kept in mind prior to beginning a presentation is attune myself to the fact that I am an expert in this area This attitudinal reflected skill and increase the level of confidence
  11. 11. Empathize Trying to empathize with the audience and understand their viewpoints so as to being about a match between ideas for presentation and their cognitive scheme
  12. 12. Face-to-Face Face the audience in a confident and positive manner and leave a mark on them need to be extremely careful about the introduction and conclusion
  13. 13. Opening Keep one thing in mind I need to capture the attention of the audience right at the beginning by making the opening spell-binding
  14. 14. Good Closing Keeping the time factor in mind the presenter must reserve the last 10-15 minutes for summarizing in which all ideas presented in the course of the presentation are given a hue and shape
  15. 15. Do’s Develop the positive attitude Exercise control over the self Exercise control over the material Be sure of the objective Rehearse, Rehearse, Rehearse Anticipate question and be prepared for a round of question
  16. 16. Don’ts Be aggressive in approach Reveal nervousness Be haphazard in presentation of content Be clueless when asked a question Present if I am unprepared Let the audience digress or deviate from the main topic
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