Formatting Slides

When it comes to presentations, content is king (not to mention queen, prince, princess, court jester, you name it). Populating your slides with accurate, up-to-date, and useful information is the royal road to a good presentation that won’t waste your audience’s time or tempt them to aim chunks of fruit at your noggin. However, content doesn’t represent the entire journey. These days, your presentation must look as good as the information it contains. It may not be fair, but it’s almost always true that if your presentation looks like you spent very little time on the formatting, most folks will also assume you spent very little time on the content.
To avoid that fate, you must consider the look of your slides to be at least ...

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