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Get to the Point! Presenting Complex Information in PowerPoint, Clearly and Concisely

Presented By : Tom Bunzel
(*) Single User Price. For multiple users please call 1-800-223-8720
Pre Recorded Audio Conference
60 minutes
  •  Fri, May 11, 2012
Event Description

Presenting complex information like statistics on a PowerPoint slide may sound impossible, but if you know which tools to use, you can easily get your message across to your audience. Discover clear and simple ways to use charts and tables in PowerPoint along with tips and techniques to make your data more visually effective.

Join PowerPoint Pro Tom Bunzel for this hour-long audio and video learning event where you'll encounter valuable new techniques to present complex numerical data clearly and concisely the first time around.

In just 60 minutes you'll learn:

  • How to create effective tables in PowerPoint slides and enhance them for clarity.
  • The best way to create charts in PowerPoint using Excel, and how to use PowerPoint's graphic effects for a professional look.
  • How to add pictures to your charts and tables to boost the data's impact.
  • How to use Excel's pivot tables and conditional formatting in your PowerPoint slides.
    And more!

You're sure to learn walk away feeling comfortable with the features of PowerPoint and Excel to present numerical data in your very next slideshow.

About Our Speaker(s)

Tom Bunzel, Internet Training ExpertTom Bunzel
Tom Bunzel specializes in knowing what presenters need and how to make technology work. He has appeared on Tech TV's Call for Help and has been a featured speaker at InfoComm and PowerPoint LIVE, as well as working as a "technology coach" for corporations including Iomega, MTA Films, Nurses in Partnership and... More info

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