Creating a production schedule when building a presentation can help keep you on track. This ensures that you won't fall behind instead of rushing to complete your presentation.
- [Tutor] One more point before we start clicking buttons, … and that's simple. … Have a schedule. … If you have some idea how much time … you've allocated to each one of these stages, … you can very quickly tell … if you're going to miss a deadline. … I see so many presentations that start off great, … and then it's clearly obvious that time ran out. … More spelling mistakes get introduced. … The quality of the animation, … the consistency of visuals really drops off. … Personally, I find that the outline of my presentation … really helps me out. … It lets me identify the major stages. … Then, it's really effective if I assign a time budget … to each of those stages. … Remember, if you're going to involve … other people on the team, … make sure you give them some time as well. … You'll want to decide how much time you've set aside … for working and collaborating … as well as build in time for reviews. … If your boss needs to look at the presentation … before you give it, … or maybe you want to get information …
This course was created and produced by Rich Harrington.
Skill Level Beginner
1. Approaching a Presentation
2. Building the Outline
3. Using the Outline to Create Slides
4. Working with Text
5. Photos, Video, Charts, and Shapes
6. Animating a Presentation
7. Getting Ready for Playback of Your Presentation
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