Keep it Simple PowerPoint uses slides with a horizontal or “Landscape” orientation. The software was designed as a convenient way to display graphical information that would support the speaker and supplement the presentation. The slides themselves were never meant to be the “star of the show” (the star, of course, is your audience). People came to hear you and be moved or informed (or both) by you and your message. 2. Your presentation is for the benefit of the audience.
We’ll talk more about this in the delivery section below, but as long as we are talking about text, please remember to never, ever turn your back on the audience and read text from the slide word for word. This slide is not unusual, but it is not a visual aid,it is more like an “eye chart.” Try to avoid text-heavy (and sleep inducing) slides like this one.
Aim for something like this simple slide above. And this is even better… 3. Use object builds and slide transitions judiciously. 4. 5. 6. Pie Charts. Line Charts. 7. Organization & Preparation Tips. Before you even open up PowerPoint, sit down and really think about the day of your presentation.
What is the real purpose of your talk? Why is it that you were asked to speak? What does the audience expect? In your opinion, what are the most important parts of your topic for the audience to take away from your, say, 50-minute presentation? Remember, even if you’ve been asked to share information, rarely is the mere transfer of information a satisfactory objective from the point of view of the audience. Before you begin to formulate the content of your presentation, you need to ask yourself many basic questions with an eye to becoming the best possible presenter for that particular audience. Who is the audience? What are their backgrounds? What is the purpose of the event? Is it to inspire? Why were you asked to speak?
File:Сс-license-layers.png. Find images on Google that you can reuse - Search Help. When you do a Google Search, you can filter your results to find images, videos, or text that you have permission to use.
To do this, you’ll use an Advanced Search filter called “usage rights” that lets you know when you can use, share, or modify something you find online. Find images, text, and videos you can reuse Go to Advanced Image Search for images or Advanced Search for anything else. In the "all these words" box, type what you want to search. Scroll down to the "usage rights" section. Before reusing content that you've found, verify that its license is legitimate and check the exact terms of reuse stated in the license. Different types of usage rights Free to use or share: Your results will only include content that is either labeled as public domain or carry a license that allows you to copy or redistribute its content, as long as the content remains unchanged.
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