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PowerPoint Tip: Use pictures and images if you want your information remembered. According to molecular biologist John Medina, our ability to remember images is one of our greatest strengths. “We are incredible at remembering pictures,” he writes. “Hear a piece of information, and three days later you’ll remember 10% of it. Add a picture and you’ll remember 65%.”

Relate your images and pictures directly to the text and make sure they are relevant. For example, if you are discussing money, use pictures like the ones below. Contact me at for support on designing compelling presentations.

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Make your charts stand out using the Color feature to make it more impactful. Of the two charts below, which catches your attention the most? For me, it’s the one on the left because I have a preference for cool colors. You can change the color of a chart after creating it. Review this tutorial for more information on how to change chart colors! Contact me at for support on updating chart colors.

InfoExpress Excel Chart Colors Tip
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PowerPoint Tip: When designing a presentation, include white space to make the content easier to read and to emphasize key points. White space is the unused space between your content – whether that is text, shapes or pictures.

The most common presentation design mistake is to fill every inch of every slide with information and various visual elements, like the left slide below. The slide on the right is an example of using white space, with less content and open space to the left, right and below the content.

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