Business Analytics Reporting with PowerPoint 2010
From Boring to Brilliant – Transforming Data to Spectacular Presentations.
In-House sessions are available upon request.
This applied PowerPoint course is designed to turn a slide-by-slide boring Dashboard presentation to a brilliant presentation, applying the multiple PowerPoint functions, such as animation, transitions, hyperlink, etc.
Who Should Attend:
Managers and Executives who have to present business reports using PowerPoint. Participants must have basic working knowledge of PowerPoint.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to prepare and deliver a engaging PowerPoint presentation from an Excel Report using:
- Simple Powerpoint tips and tricks not known to 99% of powerpoint users
- Animated Excel Charts
- Animated Excel Tables
- Presenter view and custom shows
“The new features of PowerPoint such as the image altering (combining shapes and subtracting it, removing background etc). This feature helps in not using a 3rd party software tool like Photoshop/fireworks to do simple image altering, thus, saving training time and cost of purchasing a software. Inserting screenshots, screen clippings, creating custom shows and various easy shortcuts that makes using PowerPoint more efficient.”
– Lee Danlin, Defence Science Technology Agency
“Time savings – short cuts, useful tips. New solution – Have learnt many tips during the 2 day workshop. Other than the many tips learnt, the “Extend View” comes in most timely as I was looking for such solution for my current gamification activity.”
– Toh Siew Choo, ING Bank
|Section 1: Creating slides on the fly using your bullet points|
|Section 2: Using custom shows to segment your presentation|
|Section 3: Making use of transitions to direct your audience|
|Section 4: Animate your Excel Tables / Charts to engage your audience|
|Section 5: Using Excel to animate your PowerPoint|
|Section 6: Creating external link from Excel|
|Section 7: Creating Shining Text Effects|
|Section 8: Creating your own shapes|
|Section 9: Simulate a pop-up box|
|Section 10: Access your notes without the audience knowledge|
|Section 11: Scroll through your slides out of your audiences' sight|
|Section 12: Editing pictures in PowerPoint|
|Section 13: Arranging pictures and shapes in a snap|
|Business Analytics Reporting with PowerPoint 2010 (2-Day)||14:00:00|
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