How not to do a PowerPoint presentation!

Of course, not everyone loves PowerPoint. The tool has become in some circles for its association with boring meetings and insufferable presentations. That has less to do with the tool itself than how some people use it. To keep your PowerPoint presentations from falling into punchline territory, here are a few tips to keep in mind:

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Too small of a Typeface leaves the jury thinking “who can even read this stuff”? Too big and they feel like they’re back in kindergarten. How you frame your words in a PowerPoint presentation matters a great deal. Also think about font and background colors; gray is difficult to read and red can be construed as alarming.

A typical audience experience of bad PowerPoint presentations!

Some PowerPoint presentations contain large number of slides.

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There are several PowerPoint presentations available within the Guide to Grammar and Writing. These presentations make for rather hefty files and downloading may take some time over phone lines. Each presentation's size is noted below.No matter what the topic, a PowerPoint presentation can help you communicate an idea to an audience. Learn the basics before proceeding. These methods will teach you how to create a presentation from a PowerPoint template or create a fully customized presentation. Here are some steps to get you started.