Regional history author Kevin Woyce has given hundreds of PowerPoint presentations, on a variety of topics, over the past ten years. In this short, no-nonsense guide, he explains how he plans, builds, and performs his slideshows. Learn how to choose and refine your topic; work with text, images, animations, and transitions; practice and revise your presentation; and speak to any audience, anywhere. There's even a whole chapter on what to do when things don't go as planned (interruptions, difficult rooms, equipment failures, etc.). Whether you're a professional speaker or you have to make a slideshow for work or school, if you want to give a presentation your audience won't forget, this book is for you.CONTENTSIntroduction1. Planning2. Slides3. Text4. Images5. Animations and Transitions6. Practice and Revision7. Equipment8. Setting Up9. Speaking10. Problem Solving11. Just the Beginning
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About the Author
Kevin Woyce is an author, photographer, and lecturer who specializes in regional American history. He lives in Lyndhurst, NJ and speaks frequently on a variety of historical topics including bridges, lighthouses, skyscrapers, the Statue of Liberty, and the Jersey Shore.