Human beings don’t think linearly — our thoughts and feelings have no order. So why would we expect our PowerPoint presentations to be delivered that way?
How often have you been in the middle of a presentation and had someone ask a question that you’ll be covering later in your materials? With regular slide-by-slide presentations, getting to this material can be very hard. Using non-linear presentation techniques can help you reach your audience and tell them what they want to hear, not just what you want to tell them.
Join Microsoft PowerPoint MVP Kathy Jacobs, as she provides a variety of approaches to help you build a stronger, livelier PowerPoint presentation.
This interactive, 60-minute audio conference shows you how to use hyperlinks, keyboard shortcuts, menus, and custom shows to create a presentation that is as flexible as you are. Here are just some of the secrets you’ll learn:
This is a pre-recorded event
Kathy Jacobs Microsoft MVP
Kathy Jacobs, Microsoft MVP in PowerPoint and OneNote, has been using Office since its earliest days. She started out using Word for newsletters, letters, books, and other documents in the late 1980's. She added PowerPoint and Excel to her areas of expertise in the early 1990's. Kathy has been an active beta teste... More info