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Slideshows are an intuitive way to share complex ideas with an audience, although they're dull and frustrating when poorly executed. Here are some tips to make your Microsoft PowerPoint presentations sing while avoiding common pitfalls.
It all starts with identifying what we're trying to achieve with the presentation. Is it informative, a showcase of data in an easy-to-understand medium? Or is it more of a pitch, something meant to persuade and convince an audience and lead them to a particular outcome?
It's here where the majority of these presentations go wrong with the inability to identify the talking points that best support our goal. Always start with a goal in mind: to entertain, to inform, or to share data in a way that's easy to understand. Use facts, figures, and images to support your conclusion while keeping structure in mind (Where are we now and where are we going?).
I've found that it's helpful to start with the ending. Once I know how to end a presentation, I know how best to get to that point. I start by identifying the takeaway---that one nugget that I want to implant before thanking everyone for their time---and I work in reverse to figure out how best to get there.
Your mileage, of course, may vary. But it's always going to be a good idea to put in the time in the beginning stages so that you aren't reworking large portions of the presentation later. And that starts with a defined goal.
A slideshow isn't supposed to include everything. It's an introduction to a topic, one that we can elaborate on with speech. Anything unnecessary is a distraction. It makes the presentation less visually appealing and less interesting, and it makes you look bad as a presenter.
This goes for text as well as images. There's nothing worse, in fact, than a series of slides where the presenter just reads them as they appear. Your audience is capable of reading, and chances are they'll be done with the slide, and browsing Reddit, long before you finish. Avoid putting the literal text on the screen, and your audience will thank you.
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Right off the bat, we're just going to come out and say that Papyrus and Comic Sans should be banned from all PowerPoint presentations, permanently. Beyond that, it's worth considering the typeface you're using and what it's saying about you, the presenter, and the presentation itself.
Consider choosing readability over aesthetics, and avoid fancy fonts that could prove to be more of a distraction than anything else. A good presentation needs two fonts: a serif and sans-serif. Use one for the headlines and one for body text, lists, and the like. Keep it simple. Veranda, Helvetica, Arial, and even Times New Roman are safe choices. Stick with the classics and it's hard to botch this one too badly.
There reaches a point where bullet points become less of a visual aid and more of a visual examination.
Bullet points should support the speaker, not overwhelm his audience. The best slides have little or no text at all, in fact. As a presenter, it's our job to talk through complex issues, but that doesn't mean that we need to highlight every talking point.
Instead, think about how you can break up large lists into three or four bullet points. Carefully consider whether you need to use more bullet points, or if you can combine multiple topics into a single point instead. And if you can't, remember that there's no one limiting the number of slides you can have in a presentation. It's always possible to break a list of 12 points down into three pages of four points each.
Animation, when used correctly, is a good idea. It breaks up slow-moving parts of a presentation and adds action to elements that require it. But it should be used judiciously.
Adding a transition that wipes left to right between every slide or that animates each bullet point in a list, for example, starts to grow taxing on those forced to endure the presentation. Viewers get bored quickly, and animations that are meant to highlight specific elements quickly become taxing.
That's not to say that you can't use animations and transitions, just that you need to pick your spots. Aim for no more than a handful of these transitions for each presentation. And use them in spots where they'll add to the demonstration, not detract from it.
Sometimes images tell a better story than text can. And as a presenter, your goal is to describe points in detail without making users do a lot of reading. In these cases, a well-designed visual, like a chart, might better convey the information you're trying to share.
The right image adds visual appeal and serves to break up longer, text-heavy sections of the presentation---but only if you're using the right images. A single high-quality image can make all the difference between a success and a dud when you're driving a specific point home.
When considering text, don't think solely in terms of bullet points and paragraphs. Tables, for example, are often unnecessary. Ask yourself whether you could present the same data in a bar or line chart instead.
Color is interesting. It evokes certain feelings and adds visual appeal to your presentation as a whole. Studies show that color also improves interest, comprehension, and retention. It should be a careful consideration, not an afterthought.
You don't have to be a graphic designer to use color well in a presentation. What I do is look for palettes I like, and then find ways to use them in the presentation. There are a number of tools for this, like Adobe Color , Coolors , and ColorHunt , just to name a few. After finding a palette you enjoy, consider how it works with the presentation you're about to give. Pastels, for example, evoke feelings of freedom and light, so they probably aren't the best choice when you're presenting quarterly earnings that missed the mark.
It's also worth mentioning that you don't need to use every color in the palette. Often, you can get by with just two or three, though you should really think through how they all work together and how readable they'll be when layered. A simple rule of thumb here is that contrast is your friend. Dark colors work well on light backgrounds, and light colors work best on dark backgrounds.
Spend some time in the Slide Sorter before you finish your presentation. By clicking the four squares at the bottom left of the presentation, you can take a look at multiple slides at once and consider how each works together. Alternatively, you can click "View" on the ribbon and select "Slide Sorter."
Are you presenting too much text at once? Move an image in. Could a series of slides benefit from a chart or summary before you move on to another point?
It's here that we have the opportunity to view the presentation from beyond the single-slide viewpoint and think in terms of how each slide fits, or if it fits at all. From this view, you can rearrange slides, add additional ones, or delete them entirely if you find that they don't advance the presentation.
The difference between a good presentation and a bad one is really all about preparation and execution. Those that respect the process and plan carefully---not only the presentation as a whole, but each slide within it---are the ones who will succeed.
This brings me to my last (half) point: When in doubt, just buy a template and use it. You can find these all over the web, though Creative Market and GraphicRiver are probably the two most popular marketplaces for this kind of thing. Not all of us are blessed with the skills needed to design and deliver an effective presentation. And while a pre-made PowerPoint template isn't going to make you a better presenter, it will ease the anxiety of creating a visually appealing slide deck.
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Do you want to have your data in a slide show? If you have Microsoft 365, you can use PowerPoint! PowerPoint is a program that's part of the Microsoft Office suite (which you have to pay for) and is available for both Windows and Mac computers. This wikiHow teaches you how to create your own Microsoft PowerPoint presentation on a computer.
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- Templates make it easy to create vibrant presentations no matter your skill level.
- When adding photos, you can adjust their sizes by clicking and dragging in or out from their corners.
- You can add animated transitions between slides or to individual elements like bullet points and blocks of text.
- If you don't have a Microsoft Office 365 subscription, you can use the website instead of the desktop app. Go to https://powerpoint.office.com/ to use the website version.
- You can also use the mobile app to make presentations, though it's easier to do this on a computer, which has a larger screen, a mouse, and a keyboard.
- If you don't want to use a template, just click the Blank option in the upper-left side of the page and skip to the next part.
- Skip this step if your selected template has no themes available.
- If you're creating a PowerPoint presentation for which an elaborate title slide has been requested, ignore this step.
- You can change the font and size of text used from the Home tab that's in the orange ribbon at the top of the window.
- You can also just leave this box blank if you like.
- You can also click and drag in or out one of a text box's corners to shrink or enlarge the text box.
- On a Mac, you'll click the Home tab instead.  X Research source
- Clicking the white slide-shaped box above this option will result in a new text slide being inserted.
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- Naturally, the title slide should be the first slide in your presentation, meaning that it should be the top slide in the left-hand column.
- Skip this step and the next two steps if your selected slide uses a template that doesn't have text boxes in it.
- Text boxes in PowerPoint will automatically format the bulk of your text for you (e.g., adding bullet points) based on the context of the content itself.
- You can add notes that the Presentation will not include (but you'll still be able to see them on your screen) by clicking Notes at the bottom of the slide.
- You can change the font of the selected text by clicking the current font's name and then clicking your preferred font.
- If you want to change the size of the text, click the numbered drop-down box and then click a larger or smaller number based on whether you want to enlarge or shrink the text.
- You can also change the color, bolding, italicization, underlining, and so on from here.
- Photos in particular can be enlarged or shrunk by clicking and dragging out or in one of their corners.
- Remember to keep slides uncluttered and relatively free of distractions. It's best to keep the amount of text per slide to around 33 words or less.  X Research source
- Slide content will animate in the order in which you assign transitions. For example, if you animate a photo on the slide and then animate the title, the photo will appear before the title.
- Make your slideshow progress automatically by setting the speed of every transition to align with your speech as well as setting each slide to Advance .  X Trustworthy Source Microsoft Support Technical support and product information from Microsoft. Go to source
- If you need to exit the presentation, press Esc .
- Windows - Click File , click Save , double-click This PC , select a save location, enter a name for your presentation, and click Save .
- Mac - Click File , click Save As... , enter the presentation's name in the "Save As" field, select a save location by clicking the "Where" box and clicking a folder, and click Save .
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- Select File > New > Blank Presentation or choose preset theme.
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- Select Insert tab > Text Box > select spot in slide for text box > enter text. Select Insert > add images.
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Here are the steps to create a basic PowerPoint presentation.
Open PowerPoint. The program may open a blank presentation. If so, select File > New to see the options for creating a new slideshow.
If you'd like to take a tour of the most popular PowerPoint features, go to File > New , then choose the Welcome to PowerPoint template.
Select either a Blank Presentation or choose one of the Microsoft-supplied design themes to create your presentation. When you choose a blank presentation, PowerPoint creates a one-slide presentation that starts with a title slide. You can then select the text boxes on the Title Slide to add your text.
Themes include matching color palettes and fonts to help you create a document with a cohesive look.
Add more slides to your presentation. Go to the Home tab and select New Slide . Or, right-click the Slide Sorter bar in the left pane and select New Slide .
Change the slide layout, if desired. Go to the Home tab and select Layout . Then, choose options for content layout in your slides, which you can resize or delete as needed.
Repeat these steps until you have enough slides to finish your presentation.
Now that you've created the framework of your presentation, you can use some basic operations to make it more interesting.
If you selected a pre-determined layout for a slide that includes text or image elements, click any element. Selecting a text box opens it for editing. You can then type or paste your content into the text box. General content boxes have icons to click to insert objects, including tables, charts, SmartArt, pictures, and video.
Add a text box to a slide. Go to the Insert tab and choose Text Box . Click any place in the slide to place the box. When you begin typing, the Home tab opens with text formatting options such as font, size, bold, italics, color, and alignment. The text editing buttons are only available when a text box is selected.
To resize a text box, drag (click and hold with a mouse) one of the adjustment handles on the outside of the text box until the text box is the desired size.
Add an image. Go to the Insert tab and find the options in the Images group. Choose from these options:
- Picture opens a file browser. Navigate to the photo on your computer you wish to use.
- Online Picture opens a search window. Search Bing for an image online or use OneDrive to access your photos.
- Screenshot captures part of your screen and adds it to your presentation.
- Photo Album accesses a group of photos on your computer.
Adding other objects is also done through the Insert tab. You can drag and create shapes, SmartArt, and charts.
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Don't leave your new presentation without saving it. Also, you may want to share it with someone or put it where you can access it easily.
Save your presentation by selecting File > Save As .
You can also select Save as Adobe PDF to convert the presentation to a PDF file.
If you use OneDrive, save your presentation to OneDrive for easy access and sharing.
Select File > Share to see options to share your presentation quickly. Depending on your other software, PowerPoint allows you to share through OneDrive, email, and other options.
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If the presentation has a problem (like an unintended font, a broken link, or unreadable text), then I’ve probably failed the test. Even if my spoken presentation is well rehearsed, a bad visual experience can ruin it for the audience.
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No matter your topic, successful PowerPoints depend on three main factors: your command of PowerPoint's design tools, your attention to presentation processes, and your devotion to consistent style. Here are some simple tips to help you start mastering each of those factors, and don't forget to check out the additional resources at the bottom of this post.
A presentation is made up of multiple slides, let's delve deeper into PowerPoint's capabilities.
1. open powerpoint and click ‘new.’.
If a page with templates doesn‘t automatically open, go to the top left pane of your screen and click New. If you’ve already created a presentation, select Open then double-click the icon to open the existing file.
6. Add photos to your slide
Add images by clicking Insert and clicking the Pictures icon. Additionally, you can add other elements by using features in the Home and Insert tabs on the top ribbon. Play around with the layout by dragging elements around with your mouse.
7. Add transitions to your slides (optional).
Done well, transitions can add a little bit of movement and showmanship to your presentation. PowerPoint has several transitions built in for you to choose from.
That said, you can still use fun and eccentric fonts — in moderation. Offsetting a fun font or large letters with something more professional can create an engaging presentation.
Above all, be sure you're consistent so your presentation looks the same throughout each slide. That way, your audience doesn't become distracted by too many disparate fonts. Check out this example from HubSpot’s company profile templates:
Interested in this presentation template? Download it for free here.
5. Make sure all of your objects are properly aligned.
Having properly aligned objects on your slide is the key to making it look polished and professional. You can manually try to line up your images ... but we all know how that typically works out. You're trying to make sure all of your objects hang out in the middle of your slide, but when you drag them there, it still doesn't look quite right. Get rid of your guessing game and let PowerPoint work its magic with this trick.
Here’s how to align multiple objects:
- Select all objects by holding down Shift and clicking on all of them.
- Select Arrange in the top options bar, then choose Align or Distribute .
- Choose the type of alignment you'd like.
Here’s how to align objects to the slide:
- Select Align to Slide .
- Select Arrange in the top options bar again, then choose Align or Distribute .
6. Use "Format Object" to better control your objects' designs.
Format menus allow you to do fine adjustments that otherwise seem impossible. To do this, right-click on an object and select the Format Object option. Here, you can fine-tune shadows, adjust shape measurements, create reflections, and much more. The menu that will pop up looks like this:
Although the main options can be found on PowerPoint’s format toolbars, look for complete control in the format window menu. Other examples of options available include:
- Adjusting text inside a shape.
- Creating a natural perspective shadow behind an object.
- Recoloring photos manually and with automatic options.
7. Take advantage of PowerPoint's shapes.
Many users don’t realize how flexible PowerPoint’s shape tools have become. In combination with the expanded format options released by Microsoft, the potential for good design with shapes is readily available. PowerPoint provides the user with a bunch of great shape options beyond the traditional rectangle, oval, and rounded rectangle patterns.
Today’s shapes include a highly functional Smart Shapes function, which enables you to create diagrams and flow charts in no time. These tools are especially valuable when you consider that PowerPoint is a visual medium. Paragraphing and bullet lists are boring — you can use shapes to help express your message more clearly.
8. Create custom shapes.
When you create a shape, right click and press Edit Points . By editing points, you can create custom shapes that fit your specific need. For instance, you can reshape arrows to fit the dimensions you like.
Another option is to combine two shapes together. To do so, select the two shapes you’d like to work with, then click Shape Format in the top ribbon. Tap Merge Shapes .
You’ll see a variety of options.
- Combine creates a custom shape that has overlapping portions of the two previous shapes cut out.
- Union makes one completely merged shape.
- Intersect builds a shape of only the overlapping sections of the two previous shapes.
- Subtract cuts out the overlapping portion of one shape from the other.
- Fragment will split your shape into different parts depending on where they overlap.
By using these tools rather than trying to edit points precisely, you can create accurately measured custom shapes.
9. Crop images into custom shapes.
Besides creating custom shapes in your presentation, you can also use PowerPoint to crop existing images into new shapes. Here's how you do that:
- Click on the image and select Picture Format in the options bar.
- Choose Crop , then Crop to Shape , and then choose your desired shape. Ta-da! Custom-shaped photos.
10. Present websites within PowerPoint.
Tradition says that if you want to show a website in a PowerPoint, you should just create a link to the page and prompt a browser to open. For PC users, there’s a better option.
Third party software that integrates fully into PowerPoint’s developer tab can be used to embed a website directly into your PowerPoint using a normal HTML iframe. One of the best tools is LiveWeb , a third-party software that you can install on your PowerPoint program.
By using LiveWeb, you don’t have to interrupt your PowerPoint, and your presentation will remain fluid and natural. Whether you embed a whole webpage or just a YouTube video, this can be a high-quality third party improvement. To install the add-on, simple head to the LiveWeb website and follow the instructions.
Unfortunately, Mac users don’t have a similar option. A good second choice is to take screenshots of the website, link in through a browser, or embed media (such as a YouTube video) by downloading it directly to your computer.
11. Try Using GIFs.
GIFs are looped animated images used to communicate a mood, idea, information, and much more. Users add GIFs to PowerPoints to be funny or quickly demo a process. It's easy to add GIFs to your slides. To do so, simply follow these steps:
- Download and save the GIF you want.
- Go to the slide you want the GIF on.
- Go to the Home tab, and click either Insert or Picture .
- From the Picture drop-down menu, choose Picture from File .
- Navigate to where you saved your GIF and select it. Then, choose Insert .
- It will play automatically the moment you insert it.
12. keep it simple..
PowerPoint is an excellent tool to support your presentation with visual information, graphics, and supplemental points. This means that your PowerPoint should not be your entire presentation. Your slides — no matter how creative and beautiful — shouldn't be the star of the show. Keep your text and images clear and concise, using them only to supplement your message and authority.
If your slides have dense and cluttered information, it will both distract your audience and make it much more likely that you will lose their attention. Nothing in your slides should be superfluous! Keep your presentation persuasive by keeping it clean. There are a few ways to do this:
- Limit bullet points and text.
- Avoid paragraphs and long quotes.
- Maintain "white space" or "negative space".
- Keep percentages, graphs, and data super basic.
13. Embed your font files.
One constant problem presenters have with PowerPoint is that fonts seem to change when presenters move from one computer to another. In reality, the fonts are not changing — the presentation computer just doesn’t have the same font files installed . If you’re using a PC and presenting on a PC, then there is a smooth workaround for this issue.
Here’s the trick: When you save your PowerPoint file (only on a PC), you should click File , then Options, then open up the Save tab. Then, select the Embed fonts in the file check box under Preserve fidelity when sharing this presentation . Now, your presentation will keep the font file and your fonts will not change when you move computers.
The macOS PowerPoint version has a similar function. To embed your fonts on a Mac, do the following:
- Open up your presentation.
- On the top bar, click PowerPoint , then click Preferences .
- Under Output and Sharing , click Save .
- Under Font Embedding , click Embed fonts in the file.
14. Save your slides as a PDF file for backup purposes.
If you’re still scared of your presentation showing up differently when it’s time to present, you should create a PDF version just in case. This is a good option if you’ll be presenting on a different computer. If you also run into an issue where the presenting computer doesn’t have PowerPoint installed, you can also use the system viewer to open up the PDF. No laptop will ever give you trouble with this file type.
The only caveat is that your GIFs, animations, and transitions won’t transfer over. But since the PDF will only work as a backup, not as your primary copy, this should be okay.
To save your presentation as a PDF file, take the following steps:
- Go to File , then click Save as …
- In the pop-up window, click File Format.
- A drop-down menu will appear. Select PDF .
- Click Export .
You can also go to File , then Export , then select PDF from the file format menu.
15. Embed multimedia.
PowerPoint allows you to either link to video/audio files externally or to embed the media directly in your presentation. You should embed these files if you can, but if you use a Mac, you cannot actually embed the video (see note below). For PCs, two great reasons for embedding are:
- Embedding allows you to play media directly in your presentation. It will look much more professional than switching between windows.
- Embedding also means that the file stays within the PowerPoint presentation, so it should play normally without extra work (except on a Mac).
Note: macOS users of PowerPoint should be extra careful about using multimedia files.
If you use PowerPoint for Mac, then you will always need to bring the video and/or audio file with you in the same folder as the PowerPoint presentation. It’s best to only insert video or audio files once the presentation and the containing folder have been saved on a portable drive in their permanent folder. Also, if the presentation will be played on a Windows computer, then Mac users need to make sure their multimedia files are in WMV format. This tip gets a bit complicated, so if you want to use PowerPoint effectively, consider using the same operating system for designing and presenting, no matter what.
16. Bring your own hardware.
Between operating systems, PowerPoint is still a bit jumpy. Even between differing PPT versions, things can change. One way to fix these problems is to make sure that you have the right hardware — so just bring along your own laptop when you're presenting.
If you’re super concerned about the different systems you might have to use, then upload your PowerPoint presentation into Google Slides as a backup option. Google Slides is a cloud-based presentation software that will show up the same way on all operating systems. The only thing you need is an internet connection and a browser.
To import your PowerPoint presentation into Google Slides, take the following steps:
- Navigate to slides.google.com . Make sure you’re signed in to a Google account, preferably your own.
- Under Start a new presentation , click the empty box with a plus sign. This will open up a blank presentation.
- Go to File , then Import slides .
- A dialog box will come up. Tap Upload , then click Select a file from your device .
- Select your presentation and click Open .
- Select the slides you’d like to import. If you want to import all of them, click All in the upper right-hand corner of the dialog box.
- Click Import slides.
When I tested this out, Google Slides imported everything perfectly, including a shape whose points I had manipulated. This is a good backup option to have if you’ll be presenting across different operating systems.
17. Use Presenter View.
In most presentation situations, there will be both a presenter’s screen and the main projected display for your presentation. PowerPoint has a great tool called Presenter View, which can be found in the Slide Show tab of PowerPoint. Included in the Presenter View is an area for notes, a timer/clock, and a presentation display.
For many presenters, this tool can help unify their spoken presentation and their visual aid. You never want to make the PowerPoint seem like a stack of notes that you’re reading off of. Use the Presenter View option to help create a more natural presentation.
Pro Tip: At the start of the presentation, you should also hit CTRL + H to make the cursor disappear. Hitting the "A" key will bring it back if you need it!
Your Next Great PowerPoint Presentation Starts Here
With style, design, and presentation processes under your belt, you can do a lot more with PowerPoint than just presentations for your clients. PowerPoint and similar slide applications are flexible tools that should not be forgotten. With a great template, you can be on your way to creating presentations that wow your audience.
Editor's note: This post was originally published in September 2013 and has been updated for comprehensiveness.
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Change the background of slides
In PowerPoint, you can change the slide background to a picture or a color.
You can add a solid or gradient color, a pattern, or an image as the background of a slide or an entire presentation.
Format the slide background with color
On the ribbon, select the Design tab.
At the far-right end, select Format Background .
The Format Background pane opens on the right side of the window.
Under Fill , select Solid fill , Gradient fill , or Pattern fill .
Select a color and other accompanying options, as applicable.
By default, the selections you make apply to the current slide. If you want them to apply to all slides in your file, at the bottom of the pane, select Apply to All .
Format the slide background with a photo
Under Fill , select Picture or texture fill .
Under Picture Source , select Insert.
Choose where you want to get the image from, then navigate to the image, select it, and select Insert .
Adjust other settings as needed, such as the transparency of the image.
In PowerPoint for the web, you can do basic background formatting of one or more slides with a solid color or a picture. To do more advanced formatting, such as adding a color gradient or making a picture transparent, use the desktop version of PowerPoint on Windows or macOS.
You can fill the background with a solid color. PowerPoint for the web doesn't support gradient fills for slide backgrounds.
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On the Design tab, select Background .
Select Solid Fill , then pick a color from the gallery.
If you want to have all slides have this same background color, on the Design tab, select Background > Apply to All .
When you insert a picture as a background, PowerPoint for the web resizes the image as best as it can to fill the entire area of the slide. For best results, choose a picture that has the same orientation as your slides.
Select Insert Picture , then under Picture Background , select either From Device (to select your own picture) or Stock Pictures (to select a picture from the Microsoft image library).
Navigate to the picture you want to use. Select it, then select Open or Insert .
To make all slides have this same background picture, on the Design tab, select Background again, then select Apply to All .
PowerPoint for the web supports the following picture formats: .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .gif, .bmp, .wmf, .emf, .tif, and .tiff.
PowerPoint for the web doesn't have the ability to make a picture transparent. Use the desktop PowerPoint app if you want to make a background picture transparent.
PowerPoint for the web doesn't have the ability to remove a picture's background. Use the desktop PowerPoint app to remove a picture's background.
Remove a slide background
You can remove whatever slide background you currently have by resetting to a solid white background:
Select Solid Fill , then pick White, Background 1 at the upper left corner of the color gallery.
Apply a comprehensive design theme to your presentation
PowerPoint for the web comes with themes —sets of professionally designed colors, layouts, and fonts. After you select a theme, all your slides will adopt that look. For more information, see Apply a colorful theme to your presentation .
Apply a background to all slides
On the Design tab, in Customize , click Format Background .
Select among the Solid , Gradient , Picture or Texture , or Pattern fill options to create the background style that you want.
Select Apply to All .
Apply a custom background to one or more slides
On the View menu, click Normal , and then in the navigation pane, click the slide or slides that you want to change.
Click Fill , and then click the Solid , Gradient , Picture or Texture , or Pattern option.
Choose the background fills that you want.
Note: To later remove custom backgrounds and apply the default background for the theme to all slides, click the Solid fill option in Format Background . On the Theme Colors pop-up menu, click Automatic , and then click Apply All .
Remove the backgrounds from all slides
Click Solid fill , click Color and then select the white background in Theme Colors .
Add the same image or watermark to every slide
Animate the background of your slides in PowerPoint for Mac
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Sharing slides as a Virtual Background
While you can share PowerPoint presentations or share Keynote presentations in meetings, you can also share your presentation as a Virtual Background for an immersive sharing experience. Sharing your slides as a Virtual Background allows your participants to view your video imposed directly on the screen share. It also allows you to manage your presentation directly from within the Zoom meeting controls.
Note : Sound, transitions, or animations embedded in slides are not supported.
If the presenter records the meeting locally , the recording will also have the video embedded on top of the slides. If the host or another participant records the meeting locally, they must be on at least 5.2.0 or higher for the video to be embedded on the slides. If they are on any version older than 5.2.0 or record to the cloud , the recording will record the slides and video as a normal screen share recording.
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Sharing a presentation as your background
Changing slides, changing video size and position, remove your video from slides, prerequisites, presenter requirements.
- Windows: 5.2.0 (42619.0804) or higher
- macOS: 5.2.0 (42634.0805) ] or higher
- System meets the requirements for Virtual Background
- PowerPoint or Keynote (macOS only) installed locally
- Windows: 5.2.0 (42619.0804) or higher
- macOS: 5.2.0 (42634.0805) or higher
- Linux: 5.2.0 (440215.0803) or higher
- Android: 5.2.0 (42588.0803) or higher
- iOS: 5.2.0 or higher
Note : If a participant is on a version lower than what is stated above or joining from the Web client, a Zoom Room, or 3rd party endpoint, they will view the slides as a normal screen share, and the presenter's video will not be imposed over the slides.
- Click Advanced .
- Click Open .
Managing slides and video
To reposition or change the size of your video:
- Click Resize My Video .
If you want to stop imposing your video on top of the slides and have it sent as a separate video feed:
10 Best AI Presentation Generators (November 2023)
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In the digital age, AI-powered presentation generators are revolutionizing the way we create and deliver presentations. These tools leverage artificial intelligence to streamline the creation process, enhance visual appeal, and boost audience engagement. Here, we delve into the top 10 AI presentation generators that can help you elevate your next presentation.
This tool enables users to create presentations and edit slides using Generative AI in Google Slides.
The AI-powered suggestions are a game-changer. It's like having a personal presentation assistant. The process is extremely simple, s tart with a prompt to generate a customizable outline, then watch as the AI turns it into slides in just a few minutes.
Once this is complete you have multiple options including rewriting the content to change the tone, or remixing the slide to transform the content into a specific layout.
Best of all, Plus AI will generate an outline, which you can customize before generating the presentation itself. To offer additional flexibility, when generating your slides, you can choose a visual theme. After the slides are generated, you can edit them just like any other presentation in Google Slides, export them for PowerPoint, and continue to edit them with Plus AI.
Top Features of Plus AI
- Powered by the latest in Generative AI
- Integration between Google Slides and Powerpoint is seamless
- It creates a presentation that needs only minor editing when used with detailed prompts
- The ability to rewrite content on slides is a game-changer
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Beautiful.ai is more than just a presentation tool; it's a smart assistant that helps you craft compelling narratives. As you begin to personalize your presentation, Beautiful.ai starts to understand your needs, offering suggestions for further enhancements. This predictive feature is a game-changer, making the design process more intuitive and less time-consuming.
But the innovation doesn't stop there. Beautiful.ai's voice narration feature adds an extra layer of communication, making your content more engaging. Imagine being able to narrate your slides, adding a personal touch to your presentation. This feature can be particularly useful for remote presentations, where the personal connection can sometimes be lost.
Top features of Beautiful.ai
- Anticipates user needs and offers suggestions
- Facilitates the creation of clear, concise presentations
- Voice narration feature for enhanced communication
Slidebean is a web-based presentation tool that revolutionizes the way presentations are made. With just a few clicks, users can create powerful presentations that leave a lasting impression. The beauty of Slidebean lies in its ability to separate content creation from slide design. This means you can focus on what matters most – your message – while Slidebean takes care of the design.
Slidebean is particularly suitable for small to medium businesses that may not have a dedicated design team. Even users with zero design skills can create professional-looking slides, thanks to the collection of design templates, premium fonts, and high-end color palettes. Slidebean is not just an alternative to PowerPoint and Keynote; it's a step up.
Top features of Slidebean:
- Separates content creation from slide design
- Enables users with no design skills to create professional-looking slides
- Offers a collection of design templates, premium fonts, and high-end color palettes
Tome is an AI-powered presentation creator that goes beyond just designing slides. It serves as a collaborative AI assistant, helping users design engaging presentations from scratch. Using OpenAI’s ChatGPT and DALL-E 2 technology, Tome can understand your needs and generate content that resonates with your audience.
Tome offers ready-made templates and themes, AI-generated text and images, and tools for adding animations, videos, graphs, and more. But what sets it apart is its ability to understand your instructions. All you have to do is tell the AI assistant what you want, and it will do the rest. This makes the design process not just easier, but also more fun.
Top features of Tome:
- Uses OpenAI’s ChatGPT and DALL-E 2 technology
- Offers ready-made templates and themes, AI-generated text and images
- Provides tools for adding animations, videos, graphs, and more
Synthesia is a robust AI presentation maker that stands out for its user-friendly interface and unique features. One of its standout features is the ability to create your own AI avatar. This means you can add a personal touch to your presentation, making it more engaging and memorable.
With Synthesia, you don't need to be an expert to create high-quality presentations. The tool offers a wide range of professionally designed video templates that you can use as a starting point. From there, you can customize your presentation to suit your needs. Whether you're presenting to a small team or a large audience, Synthesia has you covered.
Top features of Synthesis:
- User-friendly interface
- Allows creation of personalized AI avatar
- Offers a wide range of professionally designed video templates
Simplified is an AI presentation maker designed with collaboration in mind. It enables teams to work together seamlessly, creating presentations with the help of AI. This means you can collaborate with your team in real-time, making changes and seeing updates instantly.
After the AI generates a presentation, you can customize fonts, colors, and textures to make your presentation more impactful. You can also convert your slides into a video presentation by adding transitions. This feature can be particularly useful for remote presentations, where visual engagement is key.
Top features of Simplified:
- Designed for team collaboration
- Allows customization of fonts, colors, and textures
- Can convert slides into video presentations
Sendsteps is a drag-and-drop AI presentation maker that simplifies the creation process. It's not just about creating slides; it's about creating an interactive experience for your audience. With Sendsteps, you can add interactive elements such as polls, SMS voting, quizzes, etc., to your presentation, making it more engaging and interactive.
One of the standout features of Sendsteps is its multilingual support. You can create presentations in more than 11 languages, including Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, French, and Dutch. This makes it a great tool for international teams or for presentations to a global audience.
Top features of Sendsteps:
- Drag-and-drop interface
- Offers interactive elements like polls, SMS voting, quizzes
- Supports creation of presentations in more than 11 languages
Prezi is a powerful AI presentation maker that can transform your ordinary slides into impactful presentations. It's not just about adding slides and text; it's about creating a narrative that captivates your audience. With Prezi, you can add a dynamic flow to your presentation, making it more engaging and memorable.
However, Prezi offers limited customization options after you choose a template. This means that while you can create a stunning presentation quickly, you may not have as much control over the final look and feel. Despite this, Prezi is a great tool for those who want to create a professional presentation quickly and easily.
Top features of Prezi:
- Transforms ordinary slides into impactful presentations
- Offers limited customization options after template selection
Visme is a user-friendly AI presentation maker that helps you create impressive presentations quickly. It offers over 50 presentation templates, but you can easily customize these templates to make your presentation unique. This means you can start with a professional design and then add your own personal touch.
Visme also provides a wide range of graphic assets and pre-installed widgets to help you enhance your presentation. Whether you want to add charts, maps, or videos, Visme has you covered.
Top features of Visme:
- Offers over 50 customizable presentation templates
- Provides a wide range of graphic assets and pre-installed widgets
Kroma is a popular AI presentation tool used by large organizations such as Apple and eBay. It gives you access to over a million creative assets and numerous data visualization elements, allowing you to create a visually stunning presentation. Whether you're presenting data, sharing a project update, or pitching a new idea, Kroma can help you do it.
One of the standout features of Kroma is its integration with MS PowerPoint and Apple’s Keynote. This means you can easily import your existing presentations and enhance them with Kroma's powerful features.
Top features of Kroma:
- Used by large organizations like Apple and eBay
- Provides access to over a million creative assets and data visualization elements
- Can be easily integrated with MS PowerPoint and Apple’s Keynote
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How to Bullet Point Indentation in PowerPoint (The Ultimate Guide)
Mastering bullet point indentation in PowerPoint is a vital skill for creating well-structured presentations. In this comprehensive guide, we'll walk you through the essentials, from understanding what indenting entails to customizing appearances and troubleshooting potential issues.
Basics of Indent Bullet Points in PowerPoint
What are indent bullet points.
Bullet points in PowerPoint serve as a valuable formatting tool, aiding in the organization and visual structure of your presentation's content. Specifically, indenting bullet points plays a crucial role in enhancing the readability and overall flow of information.
The Importance of Indenting Bullet Points in PowerPoint
There are several benefits to indenting bullet points in PowerPoint:
Enhanced Readability: By using indented bullet points, you enhance the readability of your presentation. It effectively segments large blocks of text into more digestible portions, making it easier for your audience to absorb the information.
Improved Clarity: Utilizing indentations in your bullet points aids in clarifying the connections between various ideas. It allows for the depiction of sub-points or demonstrates how different points are interlinked.
Elevated Visual Aesthetics: The application of indented bullet points lends a touch of professionalism and visual allure to your presentation, elevating its overall appeal.
Enhanced Focus: Employing indented bullet points directs your audience's attention towards the crucial information, ensuring they grasp the key points.
Heightened Engagement: The use of indented bullet points enhances engagement levels as it facilitates smoother comprehension and keeps your audience actively involved.
Improved Retention: Indented bullet points aid in information retention by structuring it logically and presenting it in an aesthetically pleasing manner, making it more memorable for your audience.
How to Make a Bullet Point List in PowerPoint
Creating a bullet point list in PowerPoint is a fundamental skill that allows you to organize and present information effectively. Follow these steps to master this technique:
Step 1: Launch PowerPoint
Open PowerPoint and start a new presentation or open an existing one.
Step 2: Select Text
Click on the slide where you want to add the bullet points. Select the text you want to turn into a bulleted list.
Step 3: Apply Bullets
Locate the "Bullets" button in the Home tab. Click it to apply bullet points to your selected text.
Step 4: Customize Bullet Points (Optional)
To customize the bullet points, right-click on a bullet point and choose "Bullets and Numbering." Here, you can change the bullet style, size, and color.
Step 5: Add Sub-bullets (Optional)
For sub-points, press "Tab" on your keyboard after creating a bullet point. This will create a sub-level point.
Step 6: Add More Points
Continue adding points by pressing "Enter" after each point. PowerPoint will automatically apply the bullet style.
Step 7: Save Your Presentation
Don't forget to save your presentation to keep your progress secure.
How to Customize the Appearance of Bullet Points in PowerPoint
Customizing bullet points in PowerPoint allows you to add a personal touch to your presentations. Follow these steps to make your bullet points stand out:
Step 1: Select Text with Bullet Points
Open your PowerPoint presentation and go to the slide with bullet points. Select the text you want to customize.
Step 2: Access the Bullets and Numbering Menu
Right-click on the selected text and choose "Bullets and Numbering" from the context menu.
Step 3: Choose a Bullet Style
In the Bullets and Numbering menu, select the "Bullet" tab. Here, you can choose from a variety of predefined bullet styles.
Step 4: Customize Bullet Size and Color
Click on the "Customize" button to further adjust the bullet's size, color, and other attributes. Use the "Font" and "Color" options for this.
Step 5: Adjust Text Indentation (Optional)
If needed, you can adjust the indentation of the text relative to the bullet point. Use the "Indent at" and "Text indent at" options.
Step 6: Apply Changes
Once satisfied with your customizations, click "OK" to apply the changes.
Step 7: Review Your Customized Bullet Points
Take a moment to review your slide and ensure the bullet points are to your liking.
You can also use the Format Painter tool to quickly copy the formatting of one bullet point or bullet point list to another.
You can also customize the appearance of bullet points by creating your own custom bullet point styles.
Why I Can’t Indent Bullet Points in PowerPoint?
It can be frustrating when you encounter issues with indenting bullet points in PowerPoint. Here are some common causes and solutions to help you resolve this problem:
Formatting Restrictions: Ensure that the text box or placeholder you're working in allows for bullet point indentation. Some templates or designs may have restrictions.
Incorrect Selection: Make sure you've selected the correct text or bullet point that you want to indent.
Corrupted File: Occasionally, a corrupt file can cause issues. Try opening your presentation in a new file to see if the problem persists.
Software Updates: Outdated software versions may have bugs. Ensure you're using the latest version of PowerPoint.
Reset Formatting: Select the text, right-click, and choose "Bullets and Numbering." Click "Reset" to default settings.
Check Template Restrictions: If using a template, review its settings to ensure it allows for bullet point indentation.
Reapply Bullets : Remove existing bullets and reapply them. This can sometimes reset any formatting issues.
Update Software: Ensure your PowerPoint is up to date. Install any available updates.
Tips to Avoid Future Issues:
Regular Software Updates: Keep your PowerPoint software updated to access the latest bug fixes and improvements.
Simplify Formatting: Avoid overly complex formatting, as it can sometimes lead to unexpected issues.
Backup Your Files: Regularly save backup copies of your presentations to prevent loss of data due to corruption.
By following these steps and tips, you should be able to resolve and prevent bullet point indentation issues in PowerPoint.
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How do you indent bullet points on a PowerPoint presentation?
To indent bullet points in a PowerPoint presentation, follow these steps:
Step 1: Select the text box or bulleted list you want to indent.
Step 2: Go to the "Home" tab on the PowerPoint ribbon.
Step 3: Find the "Paragraph" group.
Step 4: Click on the "Increase List Level" button (it looks like a right-pointing arrow) to indent the bullet points.
Alternatively, you can use the keyboard shortcut:
Press the "Tab" key to indent a bullet point.
Press "Shift + Tab" to decrease the indent.
These actions will adjust the indentation level of your bullet points, helping you to visually organize and structure your presentation content.
What is the shortcut for indent bullets in PowerPoint?
The shortcut for indenting bullets in PowerPoint is the "Tab" key. Pressing the "Tab" key will indent the selected bullet point. If you want to decrease the indent, you can use the shortcut "Shift + Tab". These shortcuts provide a quick and efficient way to adjust the indentation level of your bullet points in a PowerPoint presentation.
What is an indent marker in PowerPoint?
An indent marker in PowerPoint is a visual indicator used to adjust the alignment and indentation of text or bullet points within a slide. It appears as a small triangle or square at the beginning of a text line.
There are two types of indent markers:
First-line indent marker: This marker controls the indentation of the first line of a paragraph. It allows you to move the entire paragraph further to the right or left.
Hanging indent marker: This marker controls the indentation of all lines in a paragraph except the first one. It's useful for creating lists with a clear hierarchy.
By clicking and dragging these indent markers, you can customize the layout and structure of your text to suit your presentation's needs. This feature helps in organizing content and making it visually appealing to your audience.
In this comprehensive guide, we've covered the essential techniques for indenting bullet points in PowerPoint, enhancing the organization and visual appeal of your presentations. Additionally, we've emphasized the benefits of using WPS Office for seamless editing and compatibility. With its array of features, including PDF editing and a rich template store, WPS Office stands out as a cost-effective alternative to Microsoft Office, providing users with a powerful tool for creating impactful presentations.
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18 cara membuat power point yang menarik, cepat dan mudah.
Sederhana dan tak membutuhkan waktu lama, tetapi buat presentasi kamu jadi luar biasa.
22 / 11 / 2019 21:35
Program Power Point sudah tak asing lagi di kalangan orang zaman sekarang. Power Point atau Microsoft Power Point adalah sebuah program komputer yang dikembangkan oleh Microsoft di dalam paket aplikasi kantoran mereka selain Word, Excel, Access, dan beberapa program lainnya.
Aplikasi ini sangat banyak digunakan, apalagi oleh kalangan perkantoran dan pebisnis, pendidik, trainer, dan siswa. Program komputer keluaran Microsoft ini biasanya digunakan sebagai media untuk presentasi.
Selama ini, kita hanya mengerti bahwa Power Point bisa digunakan untuk membuat slide presentasi saja. Tapi ternyata, PowerPoint juga bisa mempermudah proses pengaturan dan pencetakan slide presentasi. Selain itu, aplikasi ini juga bisa membuat bahan presentasi baik dalam bentuk hardcopy maupun softcopy.
Namun, jika kita tak mengerti dalam penggunaan Power Point secara optimal, maka tak jarang slide presentasi menjadi kurang maksimal. Bahkan, hal ini menyebabkan presentasi terasa membosankan dan tak menarik. Oleh karena itu, sangat penting bagi kamu untuk mengerti bagaimana membuat PowerPoint yang menarik.
Nah, berikut adalah beberapa cara membuat PowerPoint yang menarik , yang brilio.net rangkum dari berbagai sumber, Jumat (22/11). Sederhana dan tak membutuhkan waktu lama, tetapi buat presentasi kamu jadi luar biasa!
Cara membuat Power Point yang menarik
1. Buatlah 'Killer Opening Slide'.
Killer opening slide adalah slide pembuka presentasi yang membunuh atau mengundang perhatian. Karena awal presentasi adalah kesempatan kamu untuk menarik perhatian audiens.
Gunakan gambar yang menarik, unik, dan warna yang mencolok namun tetap enak dilihat. Jika awal presentasi kamu sudah bagus, maka orang akan tertarik untuk terus memperhatikan presentasi selanjutnya.
2. Gunakan Theme Custom.
Gunakan tema atau theme custom dari Power Point. Tentunya Microsoft memiliki tema built-in yang bisa kamu pakai secara gratis. Tetapi jika kamu bosan dan ingin beda, kamu bisa gunakan tema premium ataupun tema gratis dari web penyedia tema PowerPoint.
Tema-tema yang ada selain pada Power Point mengandung banyak gagasan. Tidak hanya sekedar seperangkat warna dan font pilihan yang menarik, tema-tema ini juga hadir dengan gagasan untuk desain slide. Kamu pun bisa melewatka kerja keras untuk membuat setiap presentasi dari awal dan fokus pada konten kamu sendiri di placeholder.
3. Menghemat waktu dengan slide master.
Slide Master adalah fitur yang menjaga konsistensi elemen-elemen slide seperti font atau gaya tulisan, gambar, warna latar belakang slide, dan lain-lain. Fitur satu ini bisa membuat kamu lebih hemat waktu karena slide master bisa memberikan template sesuai selera kamu dengan waktu yang lebih singkat.
Dengan begitu, kamu pun tak perlu mengeluarkan energi lebih untuk mengedit setiap slide secara satu per satu karena telah seragam dari awal. Cara membuat Power Point ini dapat kamu temukan di menu "view" dengan detail seperti pada gambar.
4. Gunakan Built-in Slide Layouts.
Jika kamu memiliki waktu lebih luang, maka kamu bisa membuat desain slide presentasi secara satu persatu dengan menggunakan layouts sesuai selera kamu. Dalam tema PowerPoint, kamu akan menemukan banyak layout, yang merupakan desain slide custom. Layout ini dapat kamu gunakan sebagai titik awal untuk desain slide kamu sendiri. Dan kamu pun bisa memilih layout sesuai keinginan kamu secara berbeda-beda.
5. Gunakan Skema Warna atau Color Scheme.
Skema warna sangat tepat untuk menciptakan keharmonisan dan profesionalitas dalam presentasi kamu. Dengan warna yang harmonis, tentu slide kamu akan tampil lebih menarik dan mengundang perhatian. Kamu dapat menggunakan skema dengan menggunakan skema sesuai yang sudah disediakan Power Point atau dengan melihat majalah.
6. Gunakan Stunning Visuals.
Slide adalah media untuk komunikasi visual. Maka, gunakan diagram, gambar, dan tampilan visual lainnya yang membantu audiens memahami ide kamu dengan cepat. Kamu juga bisa menggunakan gambar kreatif yang mampu memancing rasa ingin tahu, menarik perhatian, dan membuat audiens selalu ingin memperhatikan kelanjutan presentasi.
7. Align Text yang konsisten.
Menjaga teks sejajar dengan orientasi yang sama akan membuat slide kamu terlihat rapi dan bersih. Gunakan align text yang konsisten untuk judul, paragraf, dan daftar list bullet.
8. Tata letak dari PowerPoint Designer.
Fitur terbaru dari Microsoft PowerPoint yaitu Power Point designer yang mampu membuat tata letak gambar dan tulisan menjadi lebih beragam dan tidak membosankan. PowerPoint Designer akan muncul secara otomatis ketika kamu menambah atau memasukkan gambar ke dalam slide.
9. Teks yang tepat dan mudah dibaca.
Pastikan kamu menggunakan teks yang tepat dan mudah dibaca. Karena presentasi kamu ada untuk dilihat seluruh audiens.
Gunakan ukuran font yang cukup besar sehingga tetap terlihat dengan baik dan dapat dibaca oleh audiens yang duduk di kursi paling belakang sekalipun. Kamu juga boleh untuk menggunakan font yang berbeda-beda tetapi jangan sampai berlebihan sehingga membuat presentasi terlihat norak dan terlalu ramai.
10. Sesuaikan ukuran slide.
Saat kita membuka Microsoft Power Point, pasti kamu akan langsung melihat tampilan slide dengan ukuran 4:3. Dan tanpa pikir panjang kamu akan menggunakan slide ini tanpa pikir panjang dan mengisi dengan poin-poin presentasi. Padahal, ukuran ini bisa kamu ubah sesuai kebutuhan presentasi.
Sebelum kamu memasukkan informasi atau objek apapun ke dalam slide kamu bisa mengarahkan kursor ke menu "file", lalu pilih "page setup", ketik tinggi dan lebar slide yang diinginkan, kemudian klik "ok" untuk mengubah ukuran slide sesuai keinginan kamu.
11. Cek kesalahan dengan periksa aksesibilitas.
Fitur ini tersedia di seri Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 keatas. Fitur ini akan membantu kamu menemukan kesalahan pada presentasi, sehingga kamu pun dapat terhindar dari typo atau kesalahan penulisan saat mengirim dokumen presentasi atau saat presentasi.
12. Membuat presentasi menarik dengan Morph.
Fitur Morph bekerja untuk mengubah gambar, teks, bahkan 3D menjadi animasi. Slide kamu pun akan menjadi lebih hidup dan menarik dengan menggunakan fitur ini.
13. Kurangi konten.
Seperti pada namanya, PowerPoint memang ditujukan untuk meringkas presentasi kamu dalam bentuk poin. Dari poin ini pun kamu bisa mengingat penjelasan yang harus kamu sampaikan, dan audiens dapat mencatatnya dengan singkat.
Olah karena itu, sebisa mungkin kurangi jumlah item yang ada pada slide kamu. PowerPoint adalah bantuan kamu untuk berbicara secara verbal bukan presentasi itu sendiri.
Kontras merupakan bagian dari CRAP singkatan dari Contras, Repetition, Alignment, dan Proximity. CRAP sendiri adalah konsep yang dijelaskan sangat baik oleh Robin Williams dalam bukunya The Non Designer's Design Book dan The Non Designer Presentation Book.
Kontras sendiri berfungsi untuk menciptakan perbandingan, perbedaan, dan membuat sesuatu jadi lebih menarik. Kontras bisa kamu buat dengan memberikan ukuran, warna, atau tampilan yang berbeda.
Pengulangan atau Repetition juga termasuk dalam konsep CRAP. Kamu bisa mengulang elemen dalam presentasi antara satu slide dengan slide yang lain. Kamu bisa mengulang pola, warna, tata letak dan banyak hal lainnya. Pengulangan ini akan menciptakan harmoni dalam keseluruhan slide presentasi kamu.
Gambar dan teks adalah elemen dalam presentasi yang menciptakan hubungan. Kamu bisa memberi jarak elemen yang memiliki penjelasan berbeda dan mendekatkan dengan elemen yang merupakan satu kesatuan.
17. Pakai video.
Sesekali kamu bisa menggunakan video dalam presentasi agar bisa menciptakan suasana baru dan tidak monoton.
Buatlah ringkasan dari presentasi kamu di akhir slide. Dengan demikian, audiens bisa mengingat kembali seluruh poin penting yang dibahas dengan mudah.
reporter: mgg/Hameda Rachma
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