Jumping Slides

Created: Monday, February 29, 2016, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



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Every presenter wants to be in the same situation as Tom! He was happy while presenting because his audience seemed so engrossed in his talk. Why? That is because Tom had shared a story about ups and downs. He had expressed the contrast in an almost nail-biting environment. Yes, the story had served as an awesome introduction, and Tom had everyone’s attention. Could anything go wrong? Maybe, or maybe not. Let’s see what happened next.

Learn how you can cope with the problem of jumping through slides.


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