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Adding Graphics to the Explanation Slides
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FIGURE 8-28 The Explanation slides with graphics added.
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For a 45-minute presentation, the bulk of your work when adding graphics involves the Detail slides. As described in 7, you might have sketched photos or screen captures to add to these slides, as shown in Figure 8-29.
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FIGURE 8-29 Explanation slide with graphic added (upper left), along with original sketches of the related
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If you use images from iStockphoto.com, these slides might look like the slides on the upper right and lower left in Figure 8-30 after you have added the graphics you found.
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FIGURE 8-30 The Detail slides with photographs and a screen capture added.
One of the simplest and most overlooked sources for graphics for Act II is your computer screen. To create a shot of your screen, press Print Screen (usually labeled PrtScn on your keyboard), and then on a slide in Normal view, right-click and choose Paste to place the image on the slide. Click on the image to access the Picture Tools and Format tabs, where you can make adjustments to the screen capture. Commercial screen capture programs such as SnagIt (www.techsmith.com) allow you many more options for customizing your shots, such as adding a subtle drop shadow. Use a screen capture to illustrate a concept for example, a screen capture is a great way to show a Web page without presenting the actual details of the text on that page, as shown on the lower right in Figure 8-30. If you do want to show the details of a screen capture, crop out everything that s not essential to the idea and make sure that the portion of the image that contains the details is large enough to be read by people at the back of the room. Other graphics that you might add on Detail slides such as those shown in Figure 8-31 include a company logo, a photograph, and more screen captures. If you sketched a chart on a Detail slide, it might look like the slide on the upper right in Figure 8-32 in its nal state. Although many of the guidelines and much of the writing and research related to charts deals with displaying them on paper, PowerPoint charts are usually projected on a wall with a live presenter explaining them. Because there is the added element of a synchronized verbal explanation in the live presentation
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environment, charts designed on a slide can generally be simpler than those displayed on paper without a live presenter.
FIGURE 8-31 More Detail slides with a logo, a photograph, and screen captures added.
FIGURE 8-32 More Detail slides with a chart and screen captures added.
With the BBP approach, you re always certain that the main point of a chart is fully explained by the headline that s because you always clarify the point you want to make in the form of a headline before you select the chart to explain it. If someone was not
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present to hear your narration, you provide them with a handout of a Notes Page version of the slide that includes the headline, chart, and off-screen notes area explanation. Displaying the chart over a series of slides that are mapped to a sequence of headlines, as described in 7, helps to introduce the new information in smaller pieces at an appropriate pace for the audience to understand. To keep a chart free of clutter and focused on the data at hand, simplify its formatting by removing excess lines, graphical treatments, colors, and grids. Avoid adding unnecessary ornamentation or special effects that can inhibit the audience s ability to understand information, as described in 2. Strive for a minimalist style that will allow the numbers to speak for themselves. When you need to show your numbers using a chart, consider consulting one of the books that can help you to display data effectively, including Stephen Few, Show Me the Numbers: Designing Tables and Graphs to Enlighten (Analytics Press, 2004). The screen captures (lower left and lower right) in Figure 8-32 include arrows created using the PowerPoint drawing tools to highlight important information that visually explains the headline.
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