Chapter 3. Use Specific PowerPoint Features
Situation today: You believe that since you know Word or another computer program that you can use PowerPoint. You treat it like a word-processing program. You make each slide a separate design project. You find features you like that you may have learned in a class and you use them indiscriminately.
- Key problems:
You're wasting hours trying myriad menu choices—fonts, alignments, drawing options, graphic adjustments, and so on. While you play the "graphic designer" role, you rob time from tasks with a higher goal payoff.
- Key opportunities:
Make your time work for you. Learn the key features that speed you toward professional-looking slides.
Spend some time learning these key features. Practice them, ...