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De-Spaghettization of a PPT slide

How Prezi could help the U.S. Military make its point.
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Angelie Agarwal

on 2 May 2010

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Transcript of De-Spaghettization of a PPT slide

De-Spaghettization Why the U.S. Military should have used Prezi: Simplify the Layout Now explore the same slide again - with Prezi: Reduce the need for arrows by easily mapping ideas - creating a layout that makes sense. A B C D C A B D using arrows on a slide using layout in Prezi Use size and scale to layer information by decreasing the size of details and increasing the size of key points. using layout & scale in Prezi B D C using arrows on a slide A E Tailor your presentation to create the dialogue needed for a persuasive point.

Zoom in to discuss a detail for a question from an analyst, and zoom out to give the general an overview.

D E C C B using arrows on a slide A using layout & scale
in Prezi E B D A Hide Details A E D B C Use Dialogue to Persuade
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