FormattingBestpractices

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A tutorial from TLC Creative Services, Inc. www.tlccreative.com Visit us online for additional tutorials and examples Strategies and Tips for Professional Formatting in PowerPoint I encourage everyone to treat this not as a how-to manual of how things should be done, but as one professional sharing their techniques with another. Some of it may be applicable to your workflow and some may not. One of my personal keys to success has been the environment I work in. By spending the past number of years developing and running the PowerPoint high level presentations for large corporate events I have had the opportunity to work with many incredibly talented designers – more than the typical designer ever has opportunity to interact with. By discussing limitations of the application, approaches to formatting and receiving feedback from others - the insights and ideas have meshed into a series of best practices that guide us at TLC Creative Services in developing professional presentations. This ‘tutorial’ is a compilation of many of these best practices that I hope is a help. First thing I do when opening a presentation is CTRL+G. Turn off SNAP OBJECTS TO GRID and SNAP OBJECTS TO OTHER OBJECTS. This permits better control over fine tuning object positions. Turn off GUIDES when they become an issue with objects auto snapping to them.
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A tutorial from TLC Creative Services, Inc. www.tlccreative.com Visit us online for additional tutorials and examples Check the master template and/or project specifications for what fonts are permitted. Then go to REPLACE FONTS and make sure only the permitted fonts are being used
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Rm during the Spring '11 term at Rochester.

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