After the Analysis
Communicating results from Excel in PowerPoint
Once you have done your analysis in Excel, you will need to communicate the key messages to peers, customers, suppliers, and executives. It would seem that this should be simple: just copy from Excel and paste into PowerPoint.
What you will discover in this course is that there is much more you need to consider. There are three approaches to using Excel data in PowerPoint. You need to consider which approach fits best for your situation and then determine which method will give you what you want in PowerPoint.
The videos in this course walk you step by step through each method. The comparison documents show you how each method compares on the most important criteria so you can select the best method in each situation.
Read the Introduction and Course Overview lesson below and you will see all that is covered.
If you use Excel to perform analysis and have to present that analysis to others, you will find this course to be very practical and useful. You will be able to use Excel data in PowerPoint more quickly and effectively as soon as you finish the course.
Dave Paradi has been recognized by the media and his clients as a presentation expert. He has authored ten books on effective PowerPoint presentations and his ideas have appeared in publications around the world. Dave is one of fewer than ten people in North America recognized by Microsoft with the Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award for his contributions to the PowerPoint, Excel, and Teams communities. His articles and videos on virtual presenting have been viewed over 1.2 million times and liked over 12,000 times on YouTube. He is a highly rated conference speaker and has delivered more than 450 customized training sessions around the world in the last 22 years.