60-minute webinar - Microsoft PowerPoint Hints and Tips


Clear, persuasive communication - between individuals, within teams, among departments, to clients - is a vital part of any successful organisation.

Dates Thursday, November 26, 2020 - Download as vCalendar
Event Times: 10:00 to 11:00
Venue MS Teams webinar
Contact Name Karen Roem
Email karen@roem.co.uk
Contact Phone 01223 214177
Website Event website

Event details:

Clear, persuasive communication - between individuals, within teams, among departments, to clients - is a vital part of any successful organisation.

Join Karen - writer of the popular Cambridge Network 'Tame your computer' column - for a lively mix of demonstrations and business examples and learn how to create professional PowerPoint presentations that will keep your audience engaged through the length of your talk.

What will be covered?

  • Seven steps to prevent "Death by PowerPoint"
  • Give your presentation a consistent look with the right formatting tricks
  • Add visual interest to reach your audience
  • Convert existing presentations to create high impact slide shows
  • Create a "flow" that will hold viewers' attention using more advanced slide show techniques
  • Save time by learning numerous easy to remember shortcuts

Delivery details

  • One-hour webinar including time for Q&As
  • Live demo using Office 365 - suitable for Office 2010, 2013, 2016 and Microsoft 365 users
  • Hands-on or hands-off: download and use the exercise files during the demo or experiment and practise what you've learned after the webinar.

Price

£20 + VAT = £24
The price includes a crib sheet and exercise files

Book

You can book and pay by card using this link.
BACS transfers are also possible. Please contact us on 01223 214177 or email Karen

Interested but cannot make the date?
If you cannot make the scheduled date or if you are looking for a webinar for a group of people, please contact karen@roem.co.uk

Highly respected computer software training company based in Cambridge. Registered supplier to local companies such as AstraZeneca, University of Cambridge, South Cambridgeshire District Council and NHS England.