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Welcome to these tutorials, many of which were unique concepts when first published!


logic: of presentations

logic 1: presentation structure ] logic 2: tri-pane view ] logic 3: move text fast ] logic 4: edit text ruthlessly ] [ logic 5: notes pane ] logic 6: visual clarity ] logic 7: powerpoint layouts ] logic 8: slide masters ] logic 9: slide grid and guides ] logic 10: ribbon logic ] logic 11: animate with confidence ] logic 12: present with confidence ] logic 13: the ending ] logic14: get powerpoint help ] logic 15: annoying prompts (new) ]


5. Where text should go

logic: add your text for printing in the Notes Pane

From this (cutting down text on the slide):

too much text on a powerpoint slide

To this (an image explained by a live speaker):

powerpoint notes pane text

Note that the text is in the Notes Pane, so that when printed, it looks like this:

powerpoint notes printout

The Notes page can be customised to include a company logo, etc.

Another example:






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