Your introductory or title slide should convey the overall “feeling” and focus of your presentation. For instance, I typically present about small-business trends, new business ideas, growth opportunities or other positive trends. In this sample presentation, I’m talking about new business ideas, so I used a sun graphic in this slide template to convey a positive feeling. Personalize this slide template with your company’s logo. To add a logo to all slides, place it on the Slide Master. To access the Slide Master, on the Themes tab of the Ribbon, click Edit Master and then click Slide Master.Disclaimer: You understand that Microsoft does not endorse or control the content provided in the following presentation. Microsoft provides this content to you for informational purposes only; it is not intended to be relied upon as business or financial advice. Microsoft does not guarantee or otherwise warrant the accuracy or validity of this information and encourages you to consult with a business or financial professional as appropriate.RIEVA LESONSKY Founder and President, GrowBiz Media RievaLesonsky is founder and president of GrowBiz Media, a content and consulting company specializing in covering small businesses and entrepreneurship. A nationally known speaker and authority on entrepreneurship, Lesonsky has been covering America’s entrepreneurs for nearly 30 years. Before co-founding GrowBiz Media, Lesonsky was Editorial Director of Entrepreneur Magazine.
I like to speak spontaneously, so I use PowerPoint as an outline to keep me on track. It’s best to keep your PowerPoint text brief, simply reinforcing key points you will talk about at more length. You can use this slide template to convey a series of steps or related points in a short format.
A plain old bulleted list can get boring, so use graphics to liven it up. An image that conveys what you’re saying in visual format (like this diagram) can reinforce your ideas in the audience’s mind.
I like to use an off-balance layout to keep things from getting too symmetrical. Customize this slide template graphics of your choice, including photos, clip art, your logo or illustrations. Good photos really help cement an idea in the audience’s mind. This slide is animated to display an appropriate image as you introduce each business type.
I often use color and graphics to add excitement to a presentation. Just because it’s about business doesn’t mean it has to be staid—you need movement, energy and color, as in this slide template. Use this slide template to illustrate relationships or processes. In this slide, I used it to show how demographic trends create a new consumer group and what products that group purchases. You could also use it to illustrate your sales cycle or relationships among departments in your company.
Insert a chart in this slide template to illustrate your topic visually, then use bullets or color to call out key findings or points from your chart in a brief format.
This slide template can show steps, stages or how various elements or factors combine to make one key result or goal. For instance, you could show how various departments in your business work together to make the sale, how key customer groups will all purchase your product, or how different funding sources will provide the total you need. This slide template also makes an excellent concluding slide for your presentation, enabling you to graphically sum up your key points into one final whole.
jQuery is not a language,
but it is a well written
quoted on official jQuery
"it is a fast and concise
animating, and Ajax
interactions for rapid web
In order to work with JQuery, you should be aware of the basics of
It helps to improve the performance
of the application
It helps to develop most browser
compatible web page
It helps to implement UI related
critical functionality without writing
hundreds of lines of codes
It is fast
It is extensible – jQuery can be
extended to implement customized
Other advantages of jQuery are:
No need to learn fresh new syntaxes
to use jQuery, knowing simple
Simple and cleaner code, no need
to write several lines of codes to
achieve complex functionality
JQuery is very compact and well
the productivity of the developer by
enabling them to achieve critical UI
functionality by writing very small
amount of code.
How to use
jQuery usually comes as a
comes out of the box with
jQuery. It can be included
within a web page using the
How to load JQuery?
How to execute JQuery code?
There are two ways you may want to execute jQuery codes.
The benefit of executing jQuery
code in this way is that it doesn’t
wait for the whole page to load
completely, so in case you want
the user to see the effects as
soon as the corresponding
elements are loaded, you can
However, the disadvantage is
that if the element on which
jQuery has to execute has not
loaded, then it will error out or
you will not get the desired
result; so while using this way of
executing jQuery code, you will
have to make sure that the
element on which you want to
work with jQuery is loaded first
(you can place your jQuery code
right after your HTML element).
This is the better and safer
way to execute jQuery. This
makes sure that jQuery code
will execute only if complete
page has been loaded in the
browser so you are rest
assured that user will not see
any undesired behavior on
Ease of use
Strong opensource community
Great documentation and tutorials
JQuery provides a simple way to select single element or group of
elements. You can access element by type (div, span, p), id, CSS
class and attribute, etc.
Example…JQuery provides three methods to
show or hide elements in sliding
SlideDown(speed, callback): This
method gradually increases the
height of the elements, from hidden
SlideUp(speed, callback): This
method gradually decreases the
height of the elements, from visible
SlideToggle(speed, callback): This
method toggles between SildeUp()
and SlideDown() for selected
I created Box using DIVs and choose DIV
having id “contentArea” for sliding.
Register click event of the HTML element and call
SlideToggle and SlidUp method for the
“contentArea”. More details of this example are
available in the attached project.
Example…JQuery also provides four methods to
gradually change the opacity of the
selected element using Fade effect.
fadeTo(speed, opacity, callback): This
method changes the opacity of selected
elements to specified opacity.
fadeIn(speed, callback): This method
gradually increases the opacity of the
elements, from hidden to visible.
fadeOut(speed, callback): This method
gradually decreases the opacity of the
elements, from visible to hidden.
fadeToggle(speed, callback): This method
toggles between FadeIn() and FadeOut()
for selected elements.
I will set the opacity of the image on hover.
Add images in to the DIV and assign id
“fadeExp1” to div.
In ready() function, set the default opacity of all images
using $(“#fadeExp1 img”).fadeTo(0, 0.3); statement.
Then register Hover event on each image and provide
two functions in it, one for mouse over and one for
mouse out and set the opacity of element there.
JQuery also provides an easy way to
animate element. the syntax of
animate method is .animate(
properties, [duration], [easing],
properties: A map of CSS
properties, which changes
duration: String or number
to determine the duration of
easing: The name of easing
function to use for the
complete: A function to call
on the complete of
A very cool and simple example for the icons list in
your website, simply register hover event on
the image. On mover over, set top=-15 and on
mouse out set top=0 again.
Don’t forget to set the relative position of the
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