Guidelines Powerpoing Presentation 03/18/2018 1:45am (UTC)
PowerPoint Presentation Guidelines

Seven Steps to a PowerPoint Presentation
  1. Start PowerPoint and choose a Blank Presentation
  2. Choose slide layout
  3. Enter the title and any additional text.  Remember to follow the presentation guidelines
  4. Add graphic, your choice of clip art, original drawings, scanned images, Internet images, tables and charts.  Remember to follow the presentation guidelines graphic guidelines
  5. Insert new slides and repeat Steps 2-4 for each slide
  6. Create and apply background design
  7. Add transitions, special effects, animations-  Remember to follow the presentation guidelines

Remember, this presentation is for your audience to SEE, not for you to read from. This implies several things:

1. Keep your words large enough---at least size 24.
2. Limit the number of words you put on a page
  1. Avoid paragraphs
  2. Use bullet points
  3. Use succinct phrases instead of sentences
  4. Limit each slide to 6 bullet points
3. Fancy is not always better! Stick with simple fonts!
  1. Fonts "with feet" are easier to read (in a paragraph)
  2. Fonts "without feet" make nice titles
4. Choose color combinations that make your text easy to read.

5. Limit your graphics to 1-3 per page. Too many graphics can be distracting.

6. Slides are designed to supplement your presentation---not to BE your presentation. Keep it simple, and don't read your presentation word for word from your slides.

7. Fill out a storyboard before you begin to put your presentation together. It will help you stay organized, and things will get done faster.

8. Basic rule of presentations----Bells and whistles are fun to put in, but they tend to be distracting for the viewer. Make sure that special effects have a purpose.

9. Proofread and spell check! Proofread and spell check! Proofread and spell check!

  • Every bullet is followed by a capital letter
  • Each bullet has eight words or less
  • Keep font style simple
  • No complete sentences
  • No periods, question marks, or exclamation points
  • Add to the message of the slide
  • Face the middle of the slide
  • Use one transition for all slides
  • Check for spelling errors
Effects and Animations
  • Use up to three different effects on bulleted text
  • Avoid animation effects on graphics copied from Internet

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