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Helvetica – The Name, the Font and the Movie

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One of the most popular sans-serif fonts is Helvetica. Helvetica is an excellent font for presentation slides for several reasons: It is simple and elegant. Be sure to visit Jan’s blog for excellent insights into presentation design.). The film and the font.).

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How to create a poster in PowerPoint 2007 & PowerPoint 2010

PowerPoint Tips

Let’s create a couple of posters in PowerPoint 2007 or 2010. Follow these steps: In PowerPoint 2007 or PowerPoint 2010, click the Design tab. From the Font Size drop-down list, choose a large font size. You may have to resize the font.

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8 steps to add branding to your presentations

PowerPoint Tips

Part of the reason is that websites and brochures are designed by professional designers and presentations are often created by presenters who are anything but that. Fonts. Instead, I recommend make the logo BIG on the first and last slides.

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6 steps to create a quick PowerPoint makeover

PowerPoint Tips

I have created a PowerPoint theme that has the settings I want for font, font size, title justification and more. Inconsistent fonts and font sizes, which make the presentation look chaotic. SmartArt is a feature of PowerPoint 2007 and 2010.

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Create consistent slides with layouts

PowerPoint Tips

Layouts provide a framework for your slides so that they are all consistent: Fonts. Font sizes. In PowerPoint 2007 and 2010, you’ll see the options at the cursor, as you see here. The less designing skill you have, the more you need layouts. I see lots of bad slides!

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How to create a poster in PowerPoint 2013

PowerPoint Tips

This is an update of a similar post on creating posters in PowerPoint 2007 and 2010.). Follow these steps: In PowerPoint 2013, click the Design tab. From the Font Size drop-down list, choose a large font size. Use a clear, sans-serif font.

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How to Change the World: The 10/20/30 Rule of PowerPoint

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It’s quite simple: a PowerPoint presentation should have ten slides, last no more than twenty minutes, and contain no font smaller than thirty points. The majority of the presentations that I see have text in a ten point font. The reason people use a small font is twofold: first, that they don’t know their material well enough; second, they think that more text is more convincing. Force yourself to use no font smaller than thirty points.

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