How to Present Graphs and Tables in PowerPoint

Graphs and tables of table are often some of the worst presented information in a PowerPoint presentation. It is not uncommon to see graphs that are hard to read or understand and tables that contain too much information – making them impossible for an audience to digest. This is a waste! Graphs and tables are meant to summarise information to enable us to easily compare and contrast the data they represent!


Garr Reynolds is a slide design guru! He has some great advice on how to present PowerPoint slides, and in the video below he shares some advice that will help you deliver a presentation with graphs or tables more effectively.

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