Indezine News: Presenting on Paper

Created: Tuesday, June 26, 2012, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:30 am

Being part of several groups and forums means that I get to know about the problems that everyday users face with their PowerPoint and presenting skills. Some topics end up being discussed repeatedly, and bring forth many opinions that differ, overlap, or even agree with each other. One of these is the debate about whether you should use bullet points in PowerPoint or not — and that is indeed a Pandora’s box, so we will leave that one aside for today! Another topic that gets discussed is the use of PowerPoint to create printed slides on paper — these printed slides are circulated to an audience before the presentation begins — needless to add, most of these slides are not projected and very rarely are these presentations given to an audience that comprises more than a handful of people.

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