IN THIS CHAPTER, YOU WILL:
Sketch the Act I, Call to Action, Key Point, Explanation, and Detail slides.
Consider the full range of graphics you could possibly use.
Consider the full range of other possible media tools and techniques.
WHEN YOU PUT stylus to screen or pencil to paper to sketch your slides, it’s a revolutionary moment in terms of Microsoft PowerPoint approaches. Think of the way you use PowerPoint according to the conventional approach—you open up a slide with a predesigned background, type a category heading such as Our Company in the title area, and then type a list of facts about the company below, maybe adding a small photo of your company building to spice things up.
But now you are doing something ...