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By Stephen Kosslyn

Giving stable displays isn't just logic. Cognitive neuroscientist Stephen M. Kosslyn indicates tips to make shows paintings larger in response to how our brains paintings. the place many books specialise in how you can create a primary draft, Better PowerPoint offers quickly steps to enhance one you have already got.

· eight key ideas which are effortless to recollect and use

· transparent rules approximately the right way to layout potent slides in accordance with well-established medical information

· quickly steps to sharpen and advance your presentation

· Easy-to-use checklists advisor you thru every one element of your presentation

· Chapters are established that can assist you prioritize the best edits

· Memorable examples and illustrations to teach what works, and what does not

· classes in what to mend may also assist you create larger first drafts swifter. in case you have a PowerPoint presentation that's not supplying you with the implications you will have, make the most of what medical study can let you know approximately how your viewers is seeing and brooding about what you need to say.

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Avoiding Complex or Fancy Typeface Use simple typefaces, without highly stylized letters or flourishes or ``fancy´´ embellishment. The letters of highly stylized typefaces or ornate typefaces are more similar to each other than are letters in standard typefaces, and hence they are harder to read (Mr. Magoo). 6. Using a Large Enough Typeface Don´t make those in the back rows squint and strain to see what you´ve written. Unfortunately, there is no hard-and-fast rule about how large typeface must be: The size of legible print depends on the size of the letters on the screen, the distance of the viewer, lighting, typeface, contrast, and color—as well as whether the viewer has 20/20 vision!

You might—very rarely—get away with a typeface as small as 12 point for something like a label on a graphic if you call attention to it with your pointer and read the words or numbers aloud. ´´ Visual angle corresponds to the size of an object in a photo if you measured it with a ruler placed on the photo. Although the actual size of the object remains the same, the farther away the object is, the smaller its visual angle becomes. If you are really concerned about the size of your type, when you have time it might be useful to use the following—albeit elaborate—procedure to estimate the appropriate size of text with your color scheme and typeface: 1 Take a photo (or ask a friend to take a photo and e-mail it to you) of the projection screen in the largest room where you´ll be speaking, as seen from the back row.

5. 4. ´´ 5. Explaining Your Goals As part of the introduction, include material that explains what conclusions you are going to support (Goldilocks). Prepare slides, video, or sound—or just a script for what you will say aloud—that will pique the audience members´ interest. Many magazine articles, such as those in the New Yorker, do not adopt this advice. Rather, they are discursive or rambling, with the point only slowly emerging, as it does in a novel. But reading such articles is not the same as listening to and watching a presentation.

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