Some visuals can be used as templates, and returned to again and again. This flowchart is an example.
When presenting a flowchart in PowerPoint, many people forget to make use of animation. Instead of building the flowchart gradually, the entire thing is placed on screen – either because the slide designer is more used to working in print, or sometimes because the person designing the slide doesn’t know how to use animations in PowerPoint.
The effect is better if PowerPoint flowcharts build gradually, controlling the way information is presented to the audience.
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