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Why Most PowerPoint Presentations Suck
     

Why Most PowerPoint Presentations Suck

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by Rick Altman
 

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Did you learn PowerPoint in 15 minutes? Join the crowd...most people get no more than a half-hour of training time with PowerPoint before they are tasked with making what is likely to be a first impression of themselves or their company. This book is for earnest presenters and presentation designers who want to escape the perils that entrap so many who turn to

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Did you learn PowerPoint in 15 minutes? Join the crowd...most people get no more than a half-hour of training time with PowerPoint before they are tasked with making what is likely to be a first impression of themselves or their company. This book is for earnest presenters and presentation designers who want to escape the perils that entrap so many who turn to PowerPoint for their presentations.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615142234
Publisher:
Harvest Books
Publication date:
05/28/2007
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
7.44(w) x 9.69(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

Rick Altman is one of the most widely-read authors on graphics and presentations in the world, with 15 titles to his name. He is the host of The Presentation Summit, an annual learning event for presentation professionals, and a presentations consultant to companies and government agencies around the world. He is a regular speaker at industry events that focus on better communications.

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Why Most PowerPoint Presentations Suck 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I almost didn't buy this book because I thought I needed a book on the basics, which this one wasn't. What a mistake that would have been! With clear language, wry humor, and an enabling voice, this book has taught me more about crafting good presentations than a week of training could have. I read it all in one setting, and then went back and read it again. I'm now on my third trip through it.