TIPS ON HOW TO MAKE A POWERPOINT PRESENTATION

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TIPS ON HOW TO MAKE A POWERPOINT PRESENTATION
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TIPS ON HOW TO MAKE A POWERPOINT PRESENTATION 1 1 Teaching & Research Support Unit January 2002 – H Hyatt
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Tips for making slides in Powerpoint 1.Set your slides up as “35 mm” 2.Use the Master Slide to define your slide 3.Use a template set-up as 35mm 4.Colours 5.Backgrounds 6.Keep it simple 7.Don’t use Excel for your graphs !!! 8.Typefaces (Fonts) 9.Clip Art: Friend or Foe? 10.Check your slides 11.48 hours is a safe turnaround time 1. Set your slides up as “35 mm” Powerpoint automatically defaults to “On-screen show” for any new presentation. This setting will not give the correct aspect ratio for the slide, and will result in black lines on either side of your slide. To avoid this your presentation needs to be set to “35mm Slides” for the presentation to be imaged correctly. It is best to do this before any slide layout and design is done, as the conversion from “On-screen show” to “35mm Slides” can dramatically affect tabbing, text layout, and precision layout of arrows and indicators. Any presentations we receive as “On-screen show” cannot be guaranteed to look as intended, and may have to be sent back to the client for corrections. The following screen shots outline the process of changing the page set-up. Figure 1a. Select File/Page Set-up Figure 1b. Using the pull down menu, change the Page Set-up to 35mm Slides.
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Figure 1c. The slide will reflect the change by having a 3:2 aspect ratio, the same as a 35mm slide (36:24mm) Note: If you use the Auto Content Wizard to set-up your slides, you will be asked “What kind of output will you use?”, and you should answer 35mm slides. If you have a custom template set-up as 35mm, then you don’t need to worry, as 35mm will be set automatically. Note: If you need a set of slides as well as a presentation using a computer data projector, then your best choice is to set up your slide as 35mm, as this will still work fine with the data projector and you only need one file. 2. Use the Master Slide to define your slide With a presentation open, go to View/Master/Slide Master (Figure 2a). You will now see the slide master. Any settings you make now, such as font, font size, font color, bullet colour, text placeholder position etc. will apply to all new slides. To add a logo to all the slides in the presentation, import a picture and position it. It will appear on all slides automatically. Likewise, a new text box with a department or company name on the master, will appear on all slides in the presentation. Your settings will apply to all slide layouts except the title slide layout, which has its own master, and surprise surprise, its called the Title Master. Once you are happy with the way you have defined your masters, you should save your presentation as a template for future use. (Again, ensuring that the slide is set up as 35mm).
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Figure 2a. Go to the Slide Master View. Figure 2b. The Slide Master Note: The Master slides will only control text which is contained within a placeholder. Any additional text boxes that are added to an individual slide will not be controlled by the masters. Note: To get back to a normal slide after defining your master, go to View/Slide.

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