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    Presentation advice
    I am looking for ideas on how I can make a live presentation go more smoothly. I want to give a presentation in front of an audience or through the web. The problem is that I have to show three windows at once. I will be using a web cam to show my hands, a powerpoint presentation will be shown and I will be navigating through my companies software at the same time. I want to be able to show my audience all these three things at once with out having to minimize and maximize windows. Is there a program or projector that will allow me to do this that you have used or know about?


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    Power Point
    What do you recommend instead of PowerPoint?

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    Afrah Travel Agency +965 25720769 company provides clients with the best service, they follow international standards, and plan the best and top honeymoon trips, as well as cruise trips.


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    You can use Presentation Apps to do:

    Google Slides for collaborating on presentations
    Zoho Show for built-in broadcasting tools to stream presentations
    Slides for sharing team presentation assets
    Prezi for animated, non-linear presentations
    Microsoft Sway for quickly changing your presentation style
    Canva for creative presentations
    Adobe Spark for turning presentations into video
    Swipe for interactive presentations
    Slidebean for automatically making slides from an outline
    Evernote Presentation Mode to turn notes into a presentation
    Deckset for easy Markdown-powered presentations
    Keynote for beautiful templates
    PowerPoint Online for a simplified PowerPoint in your browser


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    Thanks to your useful information.


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    Prepare yourself well, make it to the point but in a clear manner. I would always recommend powerpoint for presentations.


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    I also would always recommend PowerPoint for presentations to people. It's easy to learn with a lot of free templates and themes. I specifically love the charts when you enter your data and it create a nice lovely chart or diagram for you. In addition, the topic of your presentation is very important. We can't use boring topics which put people into sleeps. As a blogger I have composed a blog post for interesting presentation topics for university students and consulting professionals. It's worth to have a look.


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    Show your passion and connect with your audience. Its hard to relaxed and be yourself when you are nervous.


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    Show your Passion and Connect with your Audience. It's hard to be relaxed and be yourself when you're nervous.
    Focus on your Audience's Needs.
    Keep it Simple: Concentrate on your Core Message.
    Smile and Make Eye Contact with your Audience.
    Start Strongly.


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    Good presentations are memorable. They contain graphics, images, and facts in such a way that they're easy to remember. A week later, your audience can remember much of what you said. Great presentations are motivating


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