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PowerPoint can be a tremendous visual aid or it can be a tremendous sleep aid.
Many audiences blame PowerPoint for being boring but that is like blaming a car for driving too fast ad swerving.PowerPoint is a tool and it is up to the user to determine how well it is used.
Here are some guidelines to help you be a skilled user.
Each slide should contain only 1 message
Replace words with images wherever possible
Eliminate distracting items from photos
Use a descriptive title
Use a black “safety slide” at the beginning and end of your show
Limit slides to six (or fewer) lines of six (or fewer) words
Progressively disclose new information
Use a sans serif font that is at least 30 points
Display ideas – not sentences
Check your spelling
Keep charts and tables simple
tables to 5 rows/columns
bar graphs to 5 bars
line graphs to 3 lines
Pie graphs to as few slices as needed
Include only needed information (Eliminate redundant subtitles, grid lines and tick marks)
Use labels instead of keys
Place numbers directly on or by bars
Emphasize key elements with features, not a laser pointer
Select a background that matches or enhances your message
Mix it up – use a variety of backgrounds
Avoid using your logo on every slide
Fill your screen with the photo
Use one photo per screen
Many of us have developed a disdain for PowerPoint. The truth is PowerPoint is a great tool -it is just tends to be used improperly.