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Frankenstein Presentations: Best Practices to Avoid Chaos In PowerPoint & Keynote Presentations Created from Multiple Sources

You have your main presentation deck, designed and formatted, just so. And you are tasked to take slides from several different decks and incorporate them into the main presentation. So you copy & paste them, wholesale, into that presentation you've labored over for hours or days. But these foreign decks likely have a different design & formatting from your main presentation. The result? Chaos! You end up with a "Frankenstein" presentation, infected with several different or conflicting styles, unexpected formatting, etc., making a muck of your original design & formatting. Unity is destroyed. And the clarity of your messaging is at stake. If you've had to add these slides at the 11th hour just before having to send it off or present to a client, good luck!


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