PowerPoint presentation.

 

Introduction
Capture your audience’s attention with a quote, anecdote, or personal experience
Build up to your case or the main reason for your speech
Summarize the main idea of your speech. Quickly state your three main points
First Main Point
Second Main Point
Third Main Point
First Main Point: Working with outline numbered text in Microsoft Word
You can move an outline numbered item to the appropriate numbering level
On the Formatting toolbar:
To demote the item to a lower numbering level
click a list number
click Increase Indent.
To promote the item to a higher numbering level
click a list number
click Decrease Indent.
You can use this procedure to help you plan your speech and organize your thoughts.
Second Main Point: Creating a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation from a Word outline
About creating a PowerPoint presentation from a Word Outline
PowerPoint uses the heading styles in your Word document
Heading styles are applied when you use numbered outlines
Heading styles are already turned on for you in this template.
For example, each paragraph formatted with the Heading 1 style becomes the title of a new slide, each Heading 2 becomes the first level of text, and so on.
Procedure
Open the document you want to use to create a PowerPoint presentation.
On the File menu, point to Send To, and then click Microsoft PowerPoint.
This procedure makes it easy for you to create a PowerPoint presentation based on the notes you’ve prepared for your speech in Word.
Main Point 3: Creating an outline from an existing document allows you to build on work you’ve already done
If you use heading styles to create longer documents, you can see a document’s organization in Outline view, and use it to prepare your speech.
To learn more about Outline view, see Microsoft Word Help.
Conclusion
Restate your three main points
First Main Point
Second Main Point
Third Main Point
Summarize the ideas you’ve presented
Return to your introduction or conclude with a compelling remark

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