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Powerpoint 2010PowerPoint tips to improve your presentations by HP Technology at work.
PowerPoint tips to improve your presentations
Think about your last business presentation. Were you rushed to finish in the allotted time? Did you get your message across without reading from the slides word-for-word? Was your audience on the edge of their seats or the brink of sleep?
In the business world where presentations are the most popular form of group communication, a carefully crafted Microsoft® PowerPoint presentation can be the difference between success and scuffling. Here are a few tips to make your presentation stronger and more to the point.
Organise your presentation
Organisation is key to any business project, but especially so when crafting a PowerPoint presentation. After all, a clean house is a clear mind. Here are some tips for structuring an organised PPT.
Craft clean slides
After you've structured your presentation, it's time to start crafting. Remember, the point of any presentation is to provide content to your audience. But especially in the art of PowerPoint, less is almost always more. Try to apply these content crafting tips to keep your message sharp.
Show and tell
Now that you've crafted your slides, go back and think about where you can slim down your presentation further. Every truly successful PowerPoint presentation is a balance between what you say and what you show. Use these tips to find that ideal combination of showing and telling.
PowerPoint Pro Tip: Master the hidden slide
Have too much information packed into your PowerPoint? You might be tempted to delete slides and lose that information forever. But there's a smarter way to keep your information intact, but reduce the number of slides you show.
Using the hidden slide function is a smart way to consolidate information and be more flexible with the length of your presentation. Secondary or in-depth information can be hidden so that it's not displayed in your main slide show, but can still be accessed if you need it to illustrate a point in more depth on the fly.
When you hide a slide, the slide remains in the file even though it's not seen when you run the presentation in Slide Show view. You can switch the "Hide Slide" option on and off individually for any slide in the presentation. Here's how:
Quick tip: If you are in Slide Show view and you decide that you want to show a hidden slide, you can right-click the current slide, click "Go to slide," and then click the slide that you want to show to make it reappear in the visual presentation.
PowerPoint Pro tip: Using Presenter View
Ever wondered if there was a way to view your speaker notes on your laptop without your audience seeing? Want to access other programs or documents without disrupting the flow of your presentation? There's a simple way to do these tricks and more: Presenter View.
Presenter View allows you to:
To turn on Presenter View, just follow these easy steps:
NOTE: If you do not have two monitors set up on the PC you will get an error pop up message. Presenter View is only possible with two or more monitors.
In the end, Microsoft PowerPoint is an incredibly useful communication tool, but only if you use it to enliven your presentation, not bog it down with too much information. If there's one key rule to keep in mind, it's that less is more. Keep your presentations visually short and smart and you'll be surprised at how those snores turn into applause.
*All these tips are based on Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010 (Windows) but other versions offer the same or similar functionality. Menus and performance may vary. Microsoft and PowerPoint are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.
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