The best PowerPoint presentations are clean, well laid out and with very little text. You can use graphics and illustrations to make your presentation less text-heavy and more interesting for the audience. If it is impossible to replace the text in the presentation, then use bullet points that convey the information rather than whole chunks of dense text. When condensing the text that appears on the slide, presenters will often find they need to note down important talking points so that they are not forgotten during the presentation. For this purpose, PowerPoint’s Notes section at the bottom of each slide in a presentation is very useful. When the presentation is projected, only the presenter will be able to see the notes on his or her computer.
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