Five Tips for Displaying Numbers on PowerPoint Slides

Created: Tuesday, October 5, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 8:27 am

When presenting financial results on a PowerPoint slide, do not overwhelm your audience. Use the power of your numbers to support your conclusions. Do not make the mistake of thinking that “the numbers speak for themselves.” They do not! Do not allow your numbers-filled slide deck to overshadow you, the presenter.

Learn more in this guest article by Danny Rocks.

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  • TJ

    If you focus on just a handful of numbers in your projected slides you can then give backup data with a million numbers in your handouts or slides that you email.

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