PowerPoint Guide reloaded

People stared spellbound at moving images, held their breath briefly now and then, and experienced a wide variety of emotional worlds within a few minutes. Yes, it was the time of the European Football Championship. Both sports enthusiasts and sports muffle leave everyday life in such a time and concentrate about 90 minutes on two teams and the round leather – and only on that! What a phenomenon! Don’t you wish you had that kind of audience attention during your presentation? Would you also like to literally captivate the audience with your presentation? This doesn’t necessarily require a European Football Championship, but extraordinary and original ideas for your presentation.

And you’ll find them in the newly published and updated PowerPoint guide “PowerPoint: The Guide to Better Presentations”. In view of the new Microsoft version PowerPoint 2016, numerous examples were renewed, adapted to current presentation trends and new program features were introduced. Just as with the previous books, the focus is primarily on practical benefits. A theoretical introduction is followed by practical examples that invite the participants to try things out. In easy-to-understand workshops, the reader learns what should be considered when planning, creating and presenting slide presentations with PowerPoint. Topics include professional presentation design, intelligent conception of tables, diagrams and charts, the sensible use of effects and animations, and the correct integration of video and audio files . In addition, customizable templates for your own presentations can also be found in the updated PowerPoint guide.

Here you can download a first reading sample (PDF document).

You can order the PowerPoint guide on Amazon.com.


We are giving away three copies of the newly published PowerPoint guidebook “PowerPoint – Ratgeber für bessere Präsentationen”, in cooperation with the publishing house Vierfarben.

To participate in the competition, you only need to leave us a comment under the blog article up to and including 31.07.2016. Tell us what’s wrong with your presentation.

We wish you good luck!