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BULLETS POINTS ARE ESSENTIAL (D0)
 Keep them sharp and precise
 Be cohesive and relevant
Wait!!! A minute bullets Don’t
This creates Confusion on your
Presentation
Backgrounds Don’t
CONTRAST AND COLOUR (DO)
 Use Contrasting Colors
Contrast and Color Don’t
• Use of similar colors
Fonts (Do)
Use simple and large
fonts
Fonts (Don’t
 Use simple and large fonts that are hard to read
 Use all caps
Use Graphics and images
to demonstrate a point
Avoid unnecessary graphics
Practice Prepare Rehearse
Eye Contact Plays A
Fundamental Role
Be the Perfect Time Keeper
SUMMARIES
Try as much as you can to
be precise and stick to
the fundamental point as
a way to keep it simple
and smart.
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alternatives-018.jpg
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Dos and don'ts of power point presentation
Dos and don'ts of power point presentation
Dos and don'ts of power point presentation
Dos and don'ts of power point presentation
Dos and don'ts of power point presentation
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Dos and don'ts of power point presentation

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Dos and don'ts of power point presentation

  1. 1. BULLETS POINTS ARE ESSENTIAL (D0)  Keep them sharp and precise  Be cohesive and relevant
  2. 2. Wait!!! A minute bullets Don’t
  3. 3. This creates Confusion on your Presentation
  4. 4. Backgrounds Don’t
  5. 5. CONTRAST AND COLOUR (DO)  Use Contrasting Colors
  6. 6. Contrast and Color Don’t • Use of similar colors
  7. 7. Fonts (Do) Use simple and large fonts
  8. 8. Fonts (Don’t  Use simple and large fonts that are hard to read  Use all caps
  9. 9. Use Graphics and images to demonstrate a point
  10. 10. Avoid unnecessary graphics
  11. 11. Practice Prepare Rehearse
  12. 12. Eye Contact Plays A Fundamental Role
  13. 13. Be the Perfect Time Keeper
  14. 14. SUMMARIES Try as much as you can to be precise and stick to the fundamental point as a way to keep it simple and smart.
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