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The world's worst PowerPoint presentations
By Sarah Jacobsson Purewal | PC World
Published 16:11, 23 August 10
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Convoluted flow charts? Tacky, out-of-focus graphics? Huge blocks of text? Welcome to PowerPoint Hell. Most of you have probably had to make a PowerPoint presentation, so you probably know the basic PowerPoint rules: Use a lot of bullet points. Don't overdo the text. Avoid multimedia excesses. Etcetera.
It might seem like pretty basic stuff to you, oh PowerPoint Guru, but unfortunately it's not so obvious to some other people. We took a stroll through the PowerPoint presentation-sharing site, Slideshare.net, and found a scarily large number of really bad PowerPoint presentations. Here are some of the worst (or should we say best?) ones of the bunch.