Powerpoint Presentation Tips (5/6): Slides and Handouts are Different


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Most people print their powerpoints, and hand them out, either before or after the presentation is given. This is a very common mistake.

Your presentation should be visual and support your story. A handout should be read in comfort by somebody that have already seen the presentation. Your handout is where you can put in the details, and all those facts and graphs that you had to delete from your presentation.

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One Response to “Powerpoint Presentation Tips (5/6): Slides and Handouts are Different”

  1. Henrik says:

    Very good tips!

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