Making your data meaningful


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Making your data meaningful

One step that presenters often overlook is conveying the meaning behind the numbers. This is a fine bulleted list, but I think we can add much more meaning if we turn it into a graphic. So I'll select it and hit Delete. In its place, I'm going to add the graphic of the United States. Here is a map, I'll click Insert and I'll make it quite a bit bigger. Use are my arrow keys to move it down just a hair, and to show the locations, I'm going to add a PushPin graphic.

I'll click Insert>Picture and bring in the PushPin and click Insert. Again, I'll have to resize it and remove the background. Move the selection box, it only capture that area that I want. Remember that while using the Remove Background tool, we can mark the areas that we want to keep and remove. It will take a few tries to get it right but after a while, it'll look pretty good. Let's resize the image but keep it large enough for people to see.

Let me zoom back and now it's just a matte...

Making your data meaningful
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Making your data meaningful provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint Tips and Tricks for Business Presentations

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Business
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PowerPoint
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