Chapter 7. Sketching Your Storyboard


  • Sketch the Act I, Call to Action, Key Point, Explanation, and Detail slides.

  • Consider the range of graphics you can use.

  • Consider the range of other media tools and techniques you can use.

WHEN YOU put stylus to screen or pencil to paper to sketch your slides, it’s a revolutionary moment in terms of Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® approaches. Think of the way you use PowerPoint according to the conventional approach—you open up a slide with a predesigned background, type a category heading such as Our Company in the title area, and then type a list of facts about the company below, maybe adding a small photo of your company building to spice things up. But now you are doing something completely ...

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