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We offer two types of slides for use when presenting: traditional and modern.

When preparing a presentation, please remember these key points:

  • Don’t create new white pages. Duplicate an existing slide instead.
  • Feel free to interspace your text slides with photo slides.
  • Change the image on a photo slide by right-clicking it, then choose "Format background" > "Fill" > "Picture or texture fill" > then "Insert from:" > use "File" button to attach the image.
  • Keep each slide simple. Don’t use too much text.
  • Three-to-five key points per slide. No more than Five!
  • An image or diagram can save a thousand words.

Traditional Slideshow

Sample of the traditional design presentation

Notes for Usage:

  • Pick just one presentation title slide and delete the others.
  • Content slides should be either limestone or blue, but don't use both or a mixture.
  • Use the section breaks to separate your lecture into manageable themed parts.


Modern Slideshow

Sample of the modern design presentation

Notes for Usage:

  • You may need to install the Bath Spa New Roman font files on the presentation computer.
  • Sequential pages should be a different colour.
  • Feel free to interspace your text slides with photo slides.