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Lets say you need to create lot of slides for a presentation and you have all the main headings and sub points in your mind. Now if you try the regular way i.e
- Open a new PPT
- Add slides one by one
- Add topics and Add points in that.
- Then move up and down to add point.
- If you need to refer some points which are in previous slides you again scroll up , see it , scroll down and then work again.
So probably you are doing nothing but wasting a lot of time. You might make some excellent presentation but then at cost of time. Today I will be telling you alternate way of doing it. Through this technique you can create slides quickly and with all your points ready. No Kidding but first take a look at the picture.
Compare the notepad and the power point presentation you see in the image. All the 4 First lines namely Main Topic, Sub Topic1 and so on get converted to slides. Sub Sub Topic 1, Sub Sub Topic 2 becomes points under each of the slide created. Cool isnt it.
How do I do it ?
Its simple. Microsoft Office has used the power of Tabs to distinguish between header and points below it.This is similar technique I used for creating tables in One Notes quickly.
Step 1: Open the notepad and write all your headings first.
Step 2: Press enter and then tab under every topic and write your sub points. If you want to create another sub point press tab again and enter.
Step 3: Save the notepad. Then right click on the notepad and open with Power Point Application in Microsoft Office.
Here is a video for you to get the idea much better : ( LINK)
That’s it and you would see all the slides got created. As a matter of fact I had used this to created like 60% of my slides like this. In here you would be able to refer things very quickly. Use this technique for creating your base lay outs and save lot of time.