PowerPoint is a Microsoft Office Suite program which is used to make presentation slide shows, combining text and images to create captivating and motivating presentations.
- Place only main points on the slides.
-Write in statements, don't use complete sentences. Wordiness is not good: keywords and phrases will do. Make sure you do not have more than 6 bullet points per slide.
-Dividing a slide into points will make it easier for you to present and for the audience to read.
-Include visual presentation (pictures, photos, tables, graphs, etc.)
- Provide in-text citations where necessary (follow the Style (APA, MLA, Harvard, etc.)
- Add a List of References used on the last slide, if required (follow the Style).
All PPTs should be ORIGINAL (plagiarism-free). They also should have a title page and a reference page.
When you use some uncommon/special/non-standard fonts in PPTs, please choose Embed fonts (2 ticks should be put in "Embed fonts in the file" and "Do not embed common system fonts"). Otherwise, customers might see their PPTs not as was intended (with overlapping text, text out of the border lines, etc.). It is especially topical for writers using Mac.