We've all been there — sitting through computer presentations with endless screens of boring text. Of course, it is not the program that's the problem. It's the way the program is used. Here are some ways to avoid “Death by PowerPoint”: Limit the number of words on each slide: Fifteen words maximum. Only a few words to emphasize an idea. Use a bold, simple, and large font: Veranda and Arial (emboldened) are my favorites. Very legible. Minimum font size should be 18 point, but my average ...

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