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Tag Archives: PowerPoint

Now available: “PowerPoint in One Hour for Lawyers”

PowerPoint in One Hour for Lawyers offers practical advice for creating effective presentations quickly and easily. PowerPoint expert and attorney Paul Unger explains the simple and the complex, helping you create and deliver more effective presentations.

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Quick PowerPoint Tip: Size Matters!

The size of text on PowerPoint slides matters!  If it is not clearly readable by everyone it adds frustration and creates a distraction.  I’ve heard too many presenters say “You may not be able to read this, but …” If that is the case, then why even show the slide? There is an old rule […]

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Organizing PowerPoint Slides and Your Thoughts Using “Sections”

A very effective way to organize your PowerPoint slides and think through your slideshow is to create “sections” within the slide sorter view. As you can see here, section headers capture the slides that are relevant to that section. Like folders within Windows Explorer, you can collapse/hide or expand/open the section to see just those […]

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Quick Tip: Showing PowerPoint Presentations on the iPad (Part 2)

In Part 1, of Showing PowerPoint Presentations on the iPad, we focused on a few apps used to present in the courtroom or to clients. In Part 2, we are focusing on the hardware.  Specifically, we are going to address the Apple TV wireless setup.  This wireless setup is particularly helpful if you are doing […]

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Quick Tip: Showing PowerPoint Presentations on the iPad (Part 1)

Presenting a PowerPoint from your iPad can also result in a more natural and interactive presentation, allowing you walk around, switch between applications, write notes or do white-boarding, and go back to your core presentation. In Part 1 of this blog, we’ll cover how to get your PowerPoint over to your iPad, and in Part […]

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Quick Tip: Focus Your Audience

It’s a common scenario: you’re leading an audience through your meticulously prepared slidedeck when you’re suddenly forced off script.  Maybe someone in the audience asked an interesting and complicated question, or perhaps you’ve realized that a particular point in your presentation requires elaboration.  Whatever the reason, it’s a moment when you need to shift the […]

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