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=Presentation software advice=
 
=Presentation software advice=
  
Most modern talks are given with the support of presentation software, such as Powerpoint or Keynote.  Your talk will be judged as much by what you say as by what you show, so creating a well-designed presentation is of great importance. [[Standard Writing Guidelines|Standard rules of good writing]] apply to the text you put on your slides.  Also, consult the [[Photograph Guidelines|photographic image guidelines]] for advice about getting the most out of your photos.
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Most modern talks are given with the support of presentation software, such as Powerpoint or Keynote.  Your talk will be judged as much by what you say as by what you show, so creating a well-designed presentation is of great importance. [[Standard Writing Guidelines|Standard rules of good writing]] apply to the text you put on your slides.
  
 
==Make your slide text legible==
 
==Make your slide text legible==

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