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Be sure to choose colors that stand out The design tab has a bunch of excellent templates Colors should fit what you’re talking about Grey on grey --- not so great
In general, avoid complete sentences in Powerpoint presentations. I mean, what’s the point of having everything you’re going to say on the screen if you’re going to say it anyway? Besides, it strains people’s eyes to read so many monolithic lines from a distance, and you don’t want to hurt people’s eyes, do you? That sounds cruel and highly unethical. Besides, it’s boring, and who wants to be boring? Now look, I could have just emphasized this with three bulletpoints, or with just one and a picture. Wouldn’t that have been nice?
So, speaking of bullets, bullets are boring. You begin to expect that the previous bullet really isn’t saying anything different from the first They can be good, but overuse gets you nowhere You might think the speaker is repeating him/herself Over and over and over Zzzzzzzzzz
Cats are cute, but we can all do a google search.
Why use one font over another? Why change fonts? What meanings do fonts have? How can you be consistent but not boring?
Get you’re grammar right Or your going to be in trouble
(unidentified flying parts) They may seem fun at first But they can get annoying fast!