PowerPoint's The do’s and don’ts

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POWERPOINT'S THE DO’S AND DON’TS

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PowerPoint's The do’s and don’ts. Bullet points Do’s. Always have the bullet points to the left Keep it short Only have a few per page. Bullet points Don’ts. Don’t have your bullet points aligned to the middle or right Don’t over complicate things!. Backgrounds do’s. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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POWERPOINT'STHE DO’S AND DON’TS

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BULLET POINTSDO’S

• Always have the bullet points to the left• Keep it short• Only have a few per page

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BULLET POINTSDON’TS

• Don’t have your bullet points aligned to the middle or right

• Don’t over complicate things!

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BACKGROUNDSDO’S

• Use simple backgrounds• Use complimentary colors

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BACKGROUNDSDON’T

• Don’t use irrelevant and distracting images

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CONTRAST AND COLORDO’

• Use colored text that stands out• Use backgrounds that compliment the color of the

text

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CONTRAST AND COLORDON’T

• Don’t use colored text that blends in with the background• Don’t use distracting neon colors

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GRAPHICSDO’S

• Keep it simple!• Place graphics in good proximity to text

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GRAPHICSDON’T

• Don’t overuse graphics• Don’t overlap

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RULE OF FOURDO’S

• Try to keep all things in groups of four!

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RULE OF FOURDON’T

• Don’t have things in one,• Two,• Three,• Four,• Five,• Six,• And so on groups!

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PROXIMITY DO’S

• Do keep pictures and text in good proximity to each other

• Bee’s are our friends

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PROXIMITY DON’T

• Don’t use an unorganized display• Bee’s are our friends

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FONTSDO’S

• Make fonts large enough for the audience to read• Keep them simple!

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FONTSDON’T

• Don’t use tiny fonts that are hard to read

• Don’t use strange themes

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PERCEPTUAL DIFFERENCESDO’S

• Represent colors correctly:

Purple

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PERCEPTUAL DIFFERENCESDON’T

• Don’t confuse the audience by using false representations:

• Green