designing%20an%20effective%20powerpoint

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Designing an Effective Powerpoint Quick Guide
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Creating Slides 1) Insert > New Slide 2) Insert > (Choose content, e.g. Picture, Text Box…) 3) Manipulate Size and Position of Content
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Transitions Transition - An effect that determines how slides progressively show up on-screen, e.g. Blinds, Cut, Wipe.
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Creating Transitions (Normal View) 1) View slide you wish to edit 2) Slide Show > Slide Transition… 3) Change slideshow transition 4) Click Apply
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Animation Animation - An effect that determines how elements of a slide appear on screen, e.g. Dissolve, Fly In, Flash Once.
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Creating Animation 1) Select slide element 2) Slide Show > Pre-Set Animations > (select an animation) OR 2) Slide Show > Custom Animations > (select order and animation for each slide element)
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The Rhetorical Situation Think about your project Audience Subject matter Presentation
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Arrangement Order your points Present your argument methodically
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Unformatted text preview: A few options: Overview, Body, Conclusion Anecdote, Content, Conclusion Plan, Benefits, Anecdote And so on Contrast Create Focus Size Contrast Color Contrast Type Contrast (more on this later) Exterior Content Exterior Content - Everything in your presentation other than your PowerPoint. The best presentations include practiced hand gestures, polished verbal delivery, and some form of crowd interaction. Exterior Content Help Use your PowerPoint as an aid to your presentation, not as your presentation Be sure that your Exterior Content and your Interior Content are different Know your presentation space and execute your gestures and volume accordingly Relax Remain calm The best PowerPoint is still just slides strung together with transitions. The End...
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course OLS 284 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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