1. What’s the purpose of the presentation? Is the data relevant to the discussion at hand?
2. Don’t utilize PowerPoint as the archive record for everything.
3. Remove some detail and see what happens. Start small if you need to.
4. Highlight the most important parts. Use PowerPoint animations to lighten areas you really want to audience to focus on, or even circle them.
Above all else, plan every PowerPoint design to meet the needs of the audience in front of you. If you do this, you’ll almost never go wrong in technical presentations.
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