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This course was designed to primarily provide tips beyond slide design. Speakers often spend hours preparing their slides and then encounter problems when they present because of basic but important computer settings, projector settings or improper connections to projectors.
This short course will take less than an hour and will cover these important settings as well as a few slide building tips related to a smooth presentation rather than graphic design tips. The course has been designed for anyone who has to give a presentation and wants to make sure to cover some of the basics to ensure no technical slip-ups occur.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
Introduction to Presentation EssentialsPreview
|Section 2: Know your computer settings|
Understanding the difference between mirrored mode and extended screen mode
Setting your Mac to extended screen modePreview
Setting your PC to extended screen mode (Windows 7)
|Section 3: Know your software settings|
Setting up PowerPoint for presenter view (PPT 2010 and 2013)
Setting up Keynote for presenter view
|Section 4: Know your connections|
Picking the right cable adapter
|Section 5: Understand how to use presentation remotes|
Using presentation remotes
|Section 6: Backup plans and basic design tips|
A few thoughts on slide designPreview
Creating a backup planPreview
For almost 19 years I have worked with attorneys in high-stakes, high-dollar litigation. I consult teams on the best way to visually present evidence to judges and juries. I also make sure everything "works" in the courtroom when it comes time to present. In these high-stress scenarios its critical that everything works.