Posted: March 7th, 2017
Microsoft PowerPoint has become commonplace as a communications tool but is most often miss-used. The purpose for everyone is to communicate effectively. That is, to inform or be informed, with CLARITY and UNDERSTANDING. So what’s the purpose of a PowerPoint presentation? Create maximum impact in minimal time and persuade the audience to take action, physically or mentally. It is ABC (accurate, brief and concise). If used right, a PowerPoint presentation can:
An Effective PowerPoint presentation:
Should have a consistent design Use pictures and graphics or exhibits to illustrate key points No more than six (6) lines per slide
Power-point slides are not meant to be read by the audience or the presenter to read from the slide.
The slide should focus the audience’ attention on the key points being made by the presenter.
Your ppt presentation must have:
Title slide (same as a title page) Introduction slide Purpose of the ppt presentation Key topics of the presentation Be narrated or use the notes page of each slide for talking points
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