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Unformatted text preview: Type in a Presentation Layout and Design Concepts Type Considerations The purpose of the presentation The audience The product you are selling The idea being communicated Style of Typefaces Arial Routine for headings Doesn’t distract the reader Contemporary Sans serif Style of Typefaces Times New Roman Serif Easier to read than Arial Facilitates horizontal flow to letters Commonly used for text Choose Carefully Are you entertaining? Do you want it readable? Is it easily understandable? To CAP or not to CAP UPPERCASE letters call attention. lowercase letters have the least impact. Uppercase and lowercase mix is easier to read for more than a line of text. Large Type for Readability This is 12 point . This is 18 point. This is 24 point. This is 36 point. This is 44 point. This is 60 point. Simple is Best! Arial: good for headings Times New Roman: good for text Use 5-7 words to a line Use 5 lines to a slide Use Sans Serif for Limited amounts of text Low-resolution projection devices Headlines The Goal: Legibility Dark background, light text Use larger sizes Use color for emphasis Avoid shadow text shadow Don’t underline text Highlight with Bold and Italic Use bold for greatest emphasis Use italic for secondary emphasis Bold Text Italic Text Normal Text Be Consistent! Font choices Size Spacing of fonts Color Placement Keep it Simple! Simplicity is the key to effective presentations Uniquely emphasize important words only Know Your Fontware! Be sure fonts are installed Don’t let it default to Courier Don’t let it default to Wing Dings Don’t mix fonts from manufacturers 1st Create Effective, Readable Presentations! Good Luck! ...
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