Hi Folks. It seems that you all enjoyed the Excel and Word Tips. Well, sit back and relax, it’s time for a spoonful of yummy PowerPoint goodness. Here are some quick tips you might like to try to improve your productivity.
Hi folks.Today I'm going to be exploring the topic of Dashboards.Think about your car’s dashboard. It displays a lot of information about your car and it needs to be read at a glance — that is, your focus should be on the road ahead, not on the dashboard! It indicates your speed and mileage, fuel status, engine temperature and so on.
Have you ever needed to create a flowchart or an organisation chart?
How about a process map, or even a floor plan?
Perhaps you’re using SmartArt and other tools available in PowerPoint or Word to do this. SmartArt and Shapes are certainly very useful tools for simple diagrams, but when you need to build something more complex you may find yourself running into limitations.
Images are very powerful communication tools, but when it comes to presenting information, we often completely forget that and go right ahead with filling our slides with loads of text. In the process we often bury the message, leaving us with a lacklustre and unengaging presentation which our audience instantly forgets