5 tips to make better PowerPoint and dazzle audiences

Hello fellow Stumblers! Do you want to make better-looking PowerPoint slides and dazzle your audience? Here’s 5 easy tips you can start using today.

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Tip 1: Turn clip-art into custom icons

Does clip art leave you uninspired? Here’s how to turn PowerPoint clip art into professional-looking custom icons.

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Tip 2: Create custom silhouettes

Bring boring slides to life by adding pictures of people. Where do you find these pictures? You make them yourself in about a minute using free pictures available online.

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Tip 3: Make slide titles pop on a cluttered background

You’ve got a great picture for a slide, but your slide title can’t be seen against its cluttered background. Here’s a great trick for quieting noisy backgrounds so your slide title pops!

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Tip 4: Find the exact color you need

Here’s how you can get exact color matches using this neat (and free!) software to pick the perfect color for any slide.

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Tip 5: Create a table with nifty rounded corners

Tables with rounded corners are friendlier, more contemporary, more web 2.0. But you can’t create them automatically. Here’s a couple of workarounds.

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Which tip do you plan to try first? Leave a comment below.

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