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How to Build a Presentation in 60 Minutes! ( and Some Presentation Tips). By Hank Feinberg, RPCUG January, 2008. Open up a new Word document. List 3-5 possible topics of interest to a user group on page 1. Topic 1 Wi Fi and Wi Max Topic 2 XP versus Vista Topic 3 Google Apps

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how to build a presentation in 60 minutes and some presentation tips
How to Build a Presentation in60 Minutes! ( and Some Presentation Tips)

By

Hank Feinberg, RPCUG

January, 2008

open up a new word document
Open up a new Word document.

List 3-5 possible topics

of interest

to a user group on page 1

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Topic 1 Wi Fi and Wi Max
  • Topic 2 XP versus Vista
  • Topic 3 Google Apps
  • Topic 4 Secure Surfing
  • Topic 5 How to Back UP Your Data
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Choose 2 or 3 you like best and copy each on an individual page as a possible Presentation Topic Heading
the secret to making a presentation quickly
The Secret to making a Presentation Quickly!
  • Plagarize
  • Organize
  • Revize
  • Simplify
  • Don’t Try to Memorize
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Step 1.

Plagarize

Copy and paste the information

that interests you about these topics

under each heading including graphics.

check these magazine sites for articles related to these topics
Check these magazine sites for articles related to these topics
  • http://www.computerworld.com/
  • http://www.smartcomputing.com/
  • http://www.pcmag.com/
  • http://www.pcworld.com/
  • http://www.computer.org/portal/site/computer/index.jsp
check these interesting sites for material related to your topic s
Check these “Interesting Sites” for material related to your topic(s)
  • http://www.ehow.com/guide_5 computers.html
  • http://www.ezinstructions.com/
  • http://computer.howstuffworks.com/
  • http://www.pchell.com/
  • www.aarp.org/learntech/computers/howto/
  • http://www.geeks.com/techtips/default.asp?cm_mmc=geekmail-_-daily_html-_-19aug07_techtips-_-ttarchive
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http://www.microsoft.com/athome/articles/index.mspx
  • http://www.microsoft.com/athome/moredone/cleansweep.mspx

Search Engines

  • http://www.google.com
  • http://www.live.com
  • http://www.askjeeves.com
step 2 organize
Step 2. Organize
  • After you have copied all the information you found under a topic read it all over.
  • Organize the logical structure of the presentation by moving information around and cutting and pasting.
  • Remove duplication and combine content where possible creating a draft as you go.
look at the subject from a different angle
Look at the subject from a different angle
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P93WjP8m3GM&feature=related
revize
Revize

RE-Read several times over a couple of days

Check for logical idea flow

Too much content

Long sentences

Readability by Audience

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3.Simplilify

Less IS better.

No Need to DAZZLE them with special affects

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No need to Memorize!

Don’t Read THE Slides Word for Word

(THE average person will

Remember lesS than 33% of what

You say)

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Presentation Colors

Black - Greatest Visability

Blue - The most pleasing color to visualize.

(Redis second but not Most pleasing)

Green

Do not do the whole chart in red ink. 

Avoid

purple, brown, pink and yellow inks. 

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Use Color Psychologically

RED Brutal, Dangerous, Hot, Stop! 

DARK BLUE = Stable, Trustworthy, Calm 

LIGHT BLUE = Cool, Refreshing 

GRAY = Integrity, Neutral, Mature 

PURPLE = Regal, Mysterious 

GREEN = Organic, Healthy, New life, Go Money 

ORANGE / YELLOW = Sunny, Bright, Warm 

WHITE (use only with a dark outline) =

Pure, Hopeful, Clean 

BLACK = Serious, Heavy, Profitable, Death  

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How large a screen do you need?

3-5 people 21 inches diagonal (53.34 cm) 

5-9 people 29 inches diagonal (73.66 cm) 

10-15 people 37 inches diagonal (93.98 cm) 

16-35 people 60 inches diagonal (152.4 cm) 

36-50 people 72 inches diagonal (182.88 cm) 

51-140 people 120 inches diagonal (304.8 cm) 

141-220 people 150 inches diagonal (381.0 cm) 

221-390 people 200 inches diagonal (508.0 cm) 

391+ people 300 inches diagonal (762.0 cm) 

step 3 revize
Step 3 Revize

Re Read the presentation and revize if needed – (KISS)

Don’t over due the content you will want to talk to your audience and not just read the presentation or bore them.

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Team Effort Project

3 people to a team 3 minutes to design a paper plane that will go the farthest distance..

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Choose the presentation

theme and design

before you start.

Keep it clean, simple and easy to read.

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Two ways to get the final topic

  • into Power Point
  • In Word under File, select Send to
  • Microsoft Power Point. This may take
  • more time and work to adjust content.
  • 2. Open Power Point and cut and paste from
  • Word, slide by slide
  • Do it what ever way you feel comfortable
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Choose your slide look and color scheme first (No Coney Island)

Cut and Paste into Power Point

Edit to fit as you go.

Then add timing if needed

Limit Special effects. The content should be remembered

Not the “Slick” presentation.