Making Successful PowerPoint Presentations.

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Oral Presentations Using PowerPoint and Other Tools.
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Creating Effective PowerPoint Presentations

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Note to viewer To view this presentation, make sure the screen demonstrates this slide, the layout of the presentation on the left, and the speaker notes underneath. Use "View" in the route bar and the suitable review mode. Modify the edges of the three edges as required. To demonstrate this presentation, conceal this slide (and slide 24) preceding selecting "slide appear."

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Overview PowerPoint highlights Presentation components Formatting Content Rehearsal Instructions particular to this class Works counseled

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PowerPoint includes Commonly utilized as a part of business presentations Provides brilliant decisions Coordinates strikingly with oral conveyance Offers astonishing adaptability Utilizes multi-media (content, illustrations, sound, and so on.) Keeps gathering of people on track

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Presentation components Title page Presenter(s) presentation Overview page (presentation substance) Concise substance Conclusion

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Use just 1 or 2 textual styles Serif and sans-serif Broad line strokes Complementary styles Use 18 pt. on the other hand bigger Include up to 3 sort medications for each page Size , strong , italics Don\'t underline This is Arial This is Garamond This is Aristocrat LET This is Antique Olive This is Delphian Which is most effortless to peruse? Designing: Text

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Formatting: Text Consistently utilize upper and lower case Use predictable situation in design Avoid utilizing all capitalized letters Use parallel development in vertical records Omit most accentuation May utilize images ("&" rather than "and")

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Formatting: Graphics Represent the subject unmistakably with illustrations Select appropriate & brief representation Discard or control longwinded insertions Avoid defilement Use a mix of representation (shading, craftsmanship, diagrams, charts, and so on.)

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Formatting: Graphics utilize a few diverse arrangements .psd .jpeg .eps File group similarity ought to be viewed as (PC versus Macintosh groups) Resolution can be low (around 72 dpi)

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Formatting: Graphics Often abused (particularly cut craftsmanship) Often inadequately identified with content/theme Might be dark (which means) Sometimes situated ineffectively Slows moves and downloading May not be free (don\'t take it!)

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Formatting: Graphics Makes slide all the more intriguing Might include shading Directs the eye Enhances or makes a point May give funniness

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Formatting: Graphics Select assorted qualities "delicate" clasp workmanship Select obviously drawn illustrations Avoid "dated" craftsmanship Alter free workmanship as required Avoid superfluous jumble Place representation fittingly

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Alter slide designs sparingly, however suitably Select a few "lasting" components for all slides This is a 2-section format Use the 6 X 6 principle for content Up to 6 lines for every page Up to 6 words for every line Less when design are used Formatting: Layouts

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Formatting: Layouts Use essential outline ideas for design Balance start to finish for position Center left-to-right Size design to adjust with content Use proper chain of command in content sizes Alter slide format as required

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Formatting: Layouts Be inventive! Use… Hyperlinks Sound Animation Transitions Enhance content, don\'t contend

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Formatting: Notes Contain moderator\'s words and headings Won\'t be found in "slide appear" view Differentiate in the middle of words and bearings Directions in all capitalized or sections What moderator will say in upper/lower case Use proper accentuation in notes

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Content: Purpose Content relies on upon reason Should identify with gathering of people Avoid content moderator can\'t purport Select highlights Avoid superfluous, minute subtle elements (dates, figures, and so on.) Provide content that is intriguing, yet simple to take after for audience members

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Content: Sources Cite material from different sources May be on slides May be in notes (speaker says it) May be toward the end of presentation Don\'t overlook hotspots for representation Footnotes ought to be 1/2 size of content 1 Follow a standard organization (MLA, APA, and so on.) 1 Lehman & DuFrene, Business Communication , thirteenth ed. New York: South-Western Thomson Learning, 2002.

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Rehearsal: Set the stage Dark room requires light foundation Light room requires dull foundation Contrast is the key Room width/profundity figure out who can see screen Obstructions ought to be kept away from The presenter(s) shouldn\'t impede the perspective

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Rehearsal: Testing, testing Assure accessibility of good gear Use Web-safe hues Check for contrasts in the middle of PCs and Macs (sort, shading, document design) Check hyperlinks Always have a move down arrangement for projection

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Rehearsal: Getting it right Proofread deliberately Practice before others a few times Seek target input Eradicate spelling mistakes (presentation & freebees) Don\'t read straight from slides (take a gander at group of onlookers)

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Rehearsal: Timing Coordinate talking and visuals Use 1 to 2 slides for each moment Maximum: 30 slides for each 15-minute presentation (normal is 20 slides) Practice speed, tone, volume, projection (of voice), and development

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Authors B. J. Reed and Patricia A. Clausen

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Works Consulted Hult, Christine A. what\'s more, Thomas N. Huckin. "Oral Presentations Using PowerPoint and Other Tools." The New Century Handbook, 3 rd ed. New York: Pearson Longman, 2005.

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Works Consulted Murray, Katherine. 10 Tips for Creating Effective Presentations in PowerPoint 2002. Microsoft Corporation. 21 August 2006. < > .

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Works Consulted Reid, Stephen. The Prentice Hall Guide for College Writers, sixth ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2003.

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Works Consulted U.S. Bureau of Labor Occupational Safety & Health Administration. Giving Effective Presentations Visual Aids. May 1996. 21 August 2006. < >.

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