Making PowerPoint Charts and Graphs clear
I found this link to some before and after slides. One thing one needs to be careful of is to make sure that the information that one chooses to portray on a chart or graph or table is clear to the audience. The first 5 or 6 slides here are examples of slides that were at first unclear, followed by the "cleaner-looking" and clearer revisions of those slides. Hope it helps.
Funny and Helpful PowerPoint video
This is a great video, funny too! It shows you some things NOT to do in your PowerPoint presentations. I hope you find it useful
· You might want to copy and paste the URL into a new Window http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbSPPFYxx3o
basic PowerPoint Tips and links to tutorials
Getting started With PowerPoint
Have you ever used PowerPoint® before? Make sure you have the software and know how to use it. This "how to" site is exceptional, “How to Create PowerPoint® Presentations” Alternatively, if you are not familiar with PowerPoint®, you may check out one this helpful tutorial. http://www.actden.com/pp/
Tips on slides
The meat of the presentation is not in the slides; the meat is in what the speaker notes “say”. However, you still want your slides to look nice and be an effective visual aid for your audience. Here are the links to some websites with basic PowerPoint® Presentation tips, http://www.lynda.com/PowerPoint-training-tutorials/285-0.html?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=GDNDSP-Biz-PowerPoint-Automatic&utm_content=3QyNh4Lt&utm_term=learn%20powerpoint&gclid=CMbxot3j6rUCFU-mPAod-wMAIw
Here are the links to two websites with exhaustive lists of PowerPoint® Presentation tips, http://www.bitbetter.com/powerfaq.htm .http://www.pptfaq.com/
Tips on speaker notes
Open PowerPoint® and click on View > Normal View or Notes Page View. Enter speaker notes where you see “Click to add text.”...
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