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Chapter 2. Creating a Basic Presentation > Design Corner: Creating a Presentati...

Design Corner: Creating a Presentation from Scratch

Although PowerPoint offers many timesaving ways to create presentations, you sometimes get the best results if you start with a blank presentation and build from there. For example, you might be an experienced graphic designer with your own ideas of what you want to create. Or you might just want to create a basic presentation with your company logo and company colors, and none of the existing design templates really match. Even if you're not a designer, throughout this book you'll learn techniques that will enable you to design your own presentations from scratch if you want to.

Figure 2.16 shows information presented in black text on a plain white background. Figure 2.17 shows how the same information can look after just a few minutes of formatting, adding clip art, inserting a company logo, and adding a couple drawing objects. With some practice using these features, you'll be able to improve your presentation's look as well.


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