Join David Diskin for an in-depth discussion in this video Sharing with your audience, part of PowerPoint Tips and Tricks for Business Presentations.
It's not uncommon to want to share your work with the audience.…Perhaps they want to view it later or forward it to a colleague.…It's generally a good idea to oblige this request.…And you should be ready to do so while the interest is hot.…Here I will talk about a few ways to share your file, including the pitfalls of…file size in compatibility and more.…We will start with sharing methods.…Generally, we can send the file via email.…But sometimes we have the luxury of posting it either on our own website or…intranet, or the conference might set up an archive page.…Making it available for download is great because the file size doesn't…matter nearly as much.…
The downfall is that you don't establish a one-to-one relationship with that person.…If that's what you are going for, try and get the audience members business card…and then offer to send your work to them via email.…File size--if a PowerPoint file is too big, it won't work for email.…How big is too big?…Every email host is different, but 9 MB is a good rule of thumb.…
- Adding whitespace
- Applying transitions
- Using photographs, colors, and fonts
- Incorporating diagrams and SmartArt
- Customizing layouts and templates
- Animating bullets, photos, and other objects
- Inserting music and audio
- Utilizing speaker's notes and the Presenter view
- Creating handouts
- Planning the program
- Dealing with distractions
- Setting up and tearing down
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: Where can I learn more about communication skills?
A: Discover more on this topic by visiting communication skills on lynda.com.
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