Making Better PowerPoint Presentations
That should be incredibly comforting news to all nervous presenters. Make each one of those things as good and as distinct from one another as possible.
When you begin to think separately about these three critically important components of the presentation experience, you will begin to think like an effective presentation designer. Relative to my last answer, I open the most eyes when I discuss how to use the Notes page to create handouts that are contained within the same PPTX file as the slides.
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Most people have never spent even a second in the Notes master so they never knew you could globally reformat the Notes pages to allow them to better accommodate the creation of handout pages. When everyone understands the simple axiom that you are the presentation, not your slides.
That immediately places everything in the proper perspective and does not compel you to try to do too much with your slides. When slides are subordinate to the human standing in front of them, PowerPoint functions at its best. See my previous response: it is certainly possible to design and deliver an exceptional presentation, with PowerPoint contributing visuals. Morph is going to be a real game-changer. Now we do.
Now we can create the end of an animation with meticulously-positioned objects just by moving those objects on a slide. That is so much more precise and so much more intuitive than wrestling with the animation functions that have tried to perform those tasks. This after using an actual human brain as a prop. Most PowerPoint presentations suck.
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