When you’ve wrapped up your presentation and want to share it with your colleagues, you’re likely to share it with email. It’s a simple tip, but using PowerPoint’s built-in email feature can save you time whenever you need to share your presentation file.
How would you like to get your professional business presentation in front of thousands, or even millions, of readers?
If you want to show Google Slides online, there are several ways to do it. You can embed a Google Slides presentation into a website or document. Or, you can create a unique link to your presentation that allows you to share it through Gmail or social media.
If you’ve landed on this tutorial, you might be anxious about preparing for an upcoming presentation. You need to present something professionally to gain your audience’s trust or break through in your career.
Flowcharts are visualizations that help you see the parts of a sequence or process. They illustrate the way that individual parts “flow” together to create a finished product.
Putting someone in front of a camera and asking them questions can be brutal. In this lesson you will learn how to lessen the impact of the process of filming an interview and put your interviewee more at ease.
It’s one thing to create an effective Google Slides presentation. It’s another thing to present the slideshow you created.
Most documentaries have interviews in them: The interviews add weight to the subject matter and offer expert testimony or alternative points of view. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to research and select people to interview for your own documentary film.
You’re ready to create a professional Google slideshow, and you do know the basic steps. But you need some help with a few techniques. Or, you’ve created Google presentations before, but you need a refresher.
Timelines and presentations go hand in hand. One of the best ways to tell a story in your presentation is to give your audience a timeline that connects the past to the present.
PowerPoint has this great feature called SmartArt that helps you add graphic illustrations and infographics to your presentation. You have to see it in action to get some ideas about how you can best use SmartArt in PowerPoint to make flexible presentation graphics.