Creating Print Presentations & Documents with PowerPoint
People call them handouts, leave-behinds, slide docs, downloadables, or just “documents.” When you use PowerPoint to create something for distribution and meant to be read by a single person at any given time, it’s not really a presentation anymore—it’s a document. And it should be designed and treated as such. You could use InDesign or Word, but PowerPoint is actually surprisingly powerful for this format when you learn a few tricks and approaches. Microsoft PowerPoint MVP Nolan Haims will show you how to use PowerPoint as a desktop publishing tool to create effective print and PDF materials.
Attendees will learn:
The characteristics of print design and layout and what can be accomplished in PowerPoint
How to design standalone print documents in PowerPoint at any page size
Multiple strategies for creating companion handouts for on-screen presentations
How to setup and use paragraph styles in PowerPoint (yes, it’s possible!)
Register on the TMN website: https://www.trainingmagnetwork.com/events/3337?gref=pg
About Nolan Haims
Nolan has over 20 years of experience in the fields of visual communications and presentation, having created every type of presentation from Fortune 500 CEO keynotes, to TED talks to multi-million dollar agency pitches. He trains organizations to think visually, speaks at national conferences, writes on visual storytelling at PresentYourStory.com, and is a co-host of the long-running Presentation Podcast. And as one of only 34 Microsoft PowerPoint MVPs in the world, he works with and advises the software development team. He runs his own visual communications consultancy in Montclair, NJ.
This is a TMN event. Please register directly on their website. The TMN link is in the event description on this page.