3 ways to ruin your next PowerPoint presentation


PowerPoint is a fickle friend, writes Dave Johnson. Used well, it can make your presentations far clearer and more authoritative -- but used badly it can make your public speaking tedious and inscrutable. He cites abuse of both graphics and text as common mistakes.

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