6. illustrate your presentation

Images add an important spice to any presentation. Some information is better presented in a graphic form, and often you’ll find that your audience will better grasp your message with graphical help. Your presentation can include many different kinds of information that isn’t text, such as pictures, charts, diagrams, tables, clip art, sound effects, or video clips. Very few, if any, presentations include all of these elements, but you’ll probably want to add at least some of them to every presentation.

This chapter is where you’ll use the images and other media files that you gathered in Chapter 3. If you made a list of files and where they go, find and refer to it as you work through the chapter.

In this chapter, ...

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