Alternatives to Bullet point text
How to stop using the default bullet point layout in PowerPoint
Does all the text in your presentation have bullet points? It doesn't need to. Here's what you can do instead.
If you'd like to learn how to create these text slides and more, this course is for you. If you have to use text slides as part of your presentation, you will want to learn how to make them more visually appealing with the techniques you will learn in this course.
Each video shows you how to create one of the options you have to present bullet point text much more effectively. Check out the Introduction below to see everything that is covered in the course. Then register to see each of the videos and soon you will be creating these great text slides on your own.
The videos are done using PowerPoint 2013, but the techniques apply to any version of PowerPoint from PowerPoint 2007 and later.
Register now and get started creating better text slides today!
Dave Paradi of ThinkOutsideTheSlide.com has been recognized by the media and his clients as a presentation expert. He has authored nine books on effective PowerPoint presentations. Dave is one of only fifteen people in North America to be recognized by Microsoft with the PowerPoint Most Valuable Professional Award for his contributions to the PowerPoint presentation community. His ideas have appeared in publications around the world.
PreviewIntroduction & Lesson Overview
StartLesson 1: Using spacing and indents (5:30)
StartLesson 2: Formatted text in columns (9:47)
StartLesson 3: Formatted text in shapes (8:13)
StartLesson 4: Vertical rectangles of text (8:55)
StartLesson 5: Horizontal rectangles of text (8:34)
StartLesson 6: Vertical rounded rectangles of text (8:10)
StartLesson 7: Horizontal rounded rectangles of text (8:47)
StartLesson 8: Formatting quotations (10:54)
StartLesson 9: Callouts instead of bullets beside an image (6:34)