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PowerPoint 2010: Creating Effective Presentations


Thu, Jun 28, 2012
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

BEAHIVE Albany

Part of “How To Grow Your Business,” our monthly speaker series that will help educate, inform and assist entrepreneurs and business professionals in critical areas such as marketing, sales, legal issues and operational management.

Learn how to add that “wow” factor to your presentations with PowerPoint, presented by Eleonora Morrell of MicroKnowledge, Inc. This workshop will teach the fundamentals of presentations, how to build an effective presentation, how to handle question and answer sessions, and the basics of persuasion in creating a lasting impression.

Tips in designing a PowerPoint presentation will cover typefaces and text, colors, templates, slide content, charts and graphs, multimedia, transitions and animation. A quick reference will be provide with key techniques of presenting (e.g., body language, eye contact and speaking tips).

BEAHIVE members: free (membership details)
Non-members: $10
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Eleonora MorrellEleonora Morrell
Training and Development Specialist, MicroKnowledge
Eleonora has a specialty in all aspects of graphics, including desktop publishing, graphic editing and web design applications with a specialty in web accessibility and usability guidelines. She regularly designs custom courses for MicroKnowledge customers and has more than 14 years’ experience training and supporting users of software applications.

MicroKnowledge
For 25 years, MicroKnowledge has provided high-quality training, consulting and documentation services to businesses of all sizes, government agencies and not-for-profit organizations in Tech Valley and throughout the United States. Its clients include some of the largest and most well-known companies in the region and across the nation. The firm has seen steady growth in clients and in revenue since it opened its doors for business in October 1986 and is recognized as one of Tech Valley’s early success stories. In addition, MicroKnowledge has long been recognized for its commitment to its community and continues to donate time, talent and creativity to local Tech Valley not-for-profit organizations.


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