Chapter 22 - A SPEAKERS GUIDEBOOK 4TH EDITION CHAPTER 22...

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A SPEAKER’S GUIDEBOOK 4 TH EDITION CHAPTER 22 Using Presentation Software
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Presentation Software PowerPoint is the most popular, and is probably available on campus computers. Some web-based tools are Google Docs Presentation and Zoho Show. Use a computer, projector, and panel screen to display your slide show. Preloaded templates assist you with design elements.
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Question What should you NOT do when using your slideshow? A. Glance at your slides to confirm display. B. Read directly from your slides. C. Practice changing slides. D. Choose contrasting colors. E. Focus on the audience.
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Give a Speech Give a speech, not a slideshow! Spend more time on writing and practicing your speech than on making a flashy slideshow! Technical problems may make it impossible for you to show your slides. Your slideshow is not a crutch!
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Avoiding Technical Glitches Verify the computer operating system is compatible with your slideshow in advance. Properly save the files into the same folder
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Chapter 22 - A SPEAKERS GUIDEBOOK 4TH EDITION CHAPTER 22...

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