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Effective PowerPoint

Presentations

Keep text clear • AVOID USING ALL CAPITALS AS IT MAKES IT HARDER TO READ ON THE SCREEN • San serif fonts are easier to read on a screen than serif fonts as they are plainer and less complex .

Use the right font • This is Arial 12 • This is Arial 18 Too small • This is Arial 24 • This is Arial 32 • This is Arial 36 • This is Arial 44  .

How to estimate the size • Try it on the screen where you will give your presentation or…. • Sit 2m from your screen ..

• Appear and disappear are good basics . Too much of a good thing can be distracting.Special effects • Keep the special effects to a minimum.

Slide design • Group ideas together on one slide • Too many points for one slide? Break the idea down • Aim for around • 6 lines per slide and • 7 words per line .

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Numbering • Use numbering 1. To demonstrate importance 2. To demonstrate rank • Use bullet points • When there is no set order or rank . To demonstrate order 3.

Timing • Practice the timing of your presentation to make sure that…. .

Timing • Practice the timing of your presentation to make sure that you are not flicking between slides too quickly .

Timing • Practice the timing of your presentation to make sure that you are not flicking between slides too quickly • Slides should be on the screen for at least a minute .

Timing • Practice the timing of your presentation to make sure that you are not flicking between slides too quickly • Slides should be on the screen for at least a minute • It is OK to pause when you put up a new slide to give the audience time to read it .

Timing • Practice the timing of your presentation to make sure that you are not flicking between slides too quickly • Slides should be on the screen for at least a minute • It is OK to pause when you put up a new slide to give the audience time to read it • Don’t make the pause too long .

Giving the presentation • Indicate to your audience when you are ready to start • Don’t read from the slides • Try not to face the screen with your back to the audience • Speak slowly and clearly • Make eye contact with your audience and look around the room .

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