It’s this time of the year… Time to make plans! If you’re about to develop a strategy, timeline or a step-by-step plan for the new year, calendars are what you may need. Creating your own calendar table in PowerPoint can be a time-consuming task.Continue reading 3 Design Tips for making Calendar Table Graphics attractive in PowerPoint
When should you use a closed cycle diagram? When you need to show a repeating process. Why should you create stylized closed cycle diagrams rather than use default, simple, SmartArt diagrams? All imagery is not created equally. If you want to have an interesting, visually striking presentation then you’ll have to create or modify your own diagrams.Continue reading Make Stylized Closed Cycle Process Diagrams in PowerPoint
If you don’t hook your audience from the first seconds you start your presentation, you will lose them until the end.
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A roadmap is a great tool for graphical representation of short- and long-term plans and strategies. You can show all the steps in details or create a general roadmap which will show the way from the present situation to your future goals.
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Tables are everywhere in business – price lists, KPI comparisons, project meetings, quarter review meet-ups, accounting audits… Sounds familiar? We use tables a lot, they are one of the most common ways to present data. Making a table in PowerPoint or Excel is simple and quick. However, usually, those tables look pretty boring. It’s time to change that!
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Do you use lists and agendas often in your presentations?