Do you find it difficult to keep your audience’s attention whenever you do a PowerPoint presentation? You’re in luck, because we have some of the best tricks of the trade to share with you. Start slideshows instantly The audience doesn’t want to see the speaker’s cluttered desktop or unread emails as the PowerPoint presentation is […]
With the release of Office for Mac 2016, Microsoft brings a long overdue refresh to its flagship suite of productivity applications for Mac users. As well as design changes that deliver similarities to the Windows versions of the applications, the latest upgrade - currently free of charge while it remains in preview stage, prior to full release later this year - harnesses the power of cloud computing to deliver Office 365 collaboration features.
Do you remember the last time you watched someone give a presentation and they messed up, clicking the mouse too fast and moving the slides forward, or accidentally hitting a key and messing up the presentation? This can be painful to watch, even worse to do! Luckily, if you use PowerPoint, there are keyboard shortcuts you could use to make your next presentation go a little smoother.
Like it or not, there will be a time when you have to give a presentation. Most people will use Microsoft PowerPoint to create it and will generally do a good job of setting up the presentation. Where some stumble is if they have to input information or a graph from an Excel spreadsheet into the presentation.
If you’re like other managers you’ve sat through or given more presentations then you can remember. While presentations are an important part of business, many presenters fail to get their message across because of their slides. If you don’t have good slides, the probability of your presentation going well is pretty low.
No matter what industry your business is in, managers and employees will at one time or another need to give a presentation. Presentations can at times scare many employees, causing undue stress and poorly created presentations that could cost a company a key contract.