Unformatted text preview: of their product and method by individuals that used it correctly. Perhaps this was not possible without it being misleading, in that case it was correct of the presenters to not include misleading graphics. The graphics that were included in the presentation were statistical information relating to health issues of smokers. All of which were relevant to their purpose, but could not on their own support their product or service to me. It basically added to information that I already knew. The key elements I would consider in a presentation to my manager would be format, language, and use of visual elements for clarity. This type of professional presentation needs to convey the necessary information for my purpose clearly, to be complete, and written for understanding by my audience. I think it is important to balance written information and visual aids, too many graphics can make the presentation look unprofessional....
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2011 for the course COM130 COM130 taught by Professor Ddd during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
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