Creating a Great PowerPoint: Create a Narrative.
"One thing I like to do is make sure there's a logical story," says Janet Bornemann, the creative director of , based in Acton, Massachusetts. Bornemann, who designs PowerPoint presentations for corporate clients, says that just like any piece of good writing, there needs to be a beginning, a middle, and an end to your presentation. Traditionally, in the beginning of the presentation, you tell the audience what you plan to cover, in the middle of the presentation you tell them, and in the end, you tell them what you've told them. One clever tip Bornemann recommends is to use five words per line, and five lines per slide.
Guy Kawasaki, a venture capitalist and Inc. contributor, has his own technique for creating a storyline for an entrepreneur's PowerPoint presentation to investors. His method, which he calls the 10/20/30 rule, is a great way to structure your presentation's story. "It's quite simple," Kawasaki wrote on his blog, . "A PowerPoint presentation should have ten slides, last no more than twenty minutes, and contain no font smaller than thirty points."
Creating presentations that are accessible to everyone is an important consideration for content developers. Because Adobe Presenter 8 presentations are authored in Microsoft PowerPoint, it is important that the PowerPoint presentation itself be accessible.
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Yes, the most simple way to get the media files out of the ppt file is by opening the ppt file in microsoft office power point presenter program and go to the slide where you have the media file and directly, press the left click on mouse selecting the media file and drag and drop it to the desktop to copy the media file or simple select the file right click – select copy and then paste it in any folder or desktop location in windows.