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Click to edit Master subtitle style   Creating  Presentation Content Steven L. Coburn
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  Define the Audience Ø Who is the audience? Ø What are their needs? Ø What are their expectations? Ø How much do they already know? Ø How can you help them understand the   message?
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  Develop the Content Ø Identify purpose Ø Research topic Ø Brainstorm Ø Create storyboard Ø Title slide Ø Introduction Ø Key Points
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  Edit the Content Ø Make text concise Ø Use consistent verb tones Ø Utilize strong active verbs Ø Eliminate excess adverbs and adjectives Ø Use few prepositions
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  Simplify the Content
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Unformatted text preview: Ø Use one key concept per slide Ø Use the 7 x 7 guideline Ø Increase List Level Ø Limit slide to seven or fewer lines Ø Limit lines to seven or fewer words Determine Additional Content Text Illustrations Miscellaneous Text Boxes Pictures Shapes Headers and Footers Clip Art Tables Word Art Photo Albums Hyperlinks Date & Time SmartArt Diagrams Movies Numbers & Symbols Charts Sound Click to edit Master subtitle style The key to an effective presentations is planning ahead!...
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This note was uploaded on 08/18/2010 for the course STRATEGIES tb133 taught by Professor Elizabethkahn during the Spring '10 term at Minnesota Colleges.

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