Notes View in PowerPoint is a powerful tool. It eliminates the need for two versions of your presentation: you just need to format and design it well.
Presented describe a few ways they have learnt how to use the Zoom tool in PowerPoint to enhance their presentations
So, you’ve decided you want to create some signage of your own but don’t know where to start? A quick and easy way to create digital signage is obviously to use PowerPoint! You can do this on your own PC or, even better, let the Presented team create an amazing presentation for you.
Should you consider visual learning when putting your presentations together? We think so.
Remove all slide clutter (e.g. objects, logos, text) which does not contribute to your message.
Focus on what is essential on each slide and add more slides with smaller chunks of information on them – this will make the presentation easier to follow and digest.
Slide count does not change the length of your talk so don’t be afraid to add slides.
The adage ‘less is more’ definitely applies to PowerPoint animations. Using a lot of different animations can distract from your overall message and make your presentation looks amateurish and messy. However, when animation is used well, it can draw attention to your key points, engage your audience, look really nifty and leave a lasting impression.