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Presentation on natural resources and their management

I have to give a presentation on the topic- ''natural resources and their management''. please help me by showing some samples for that.

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  • kylah allen Jun 18, 2013

    this doesn't help me at all you should rather give useful information about what we want to know instead of your mumble jumble

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Here are some templates - to help you get started.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/CT101423491033.aspx?av=ZPP000

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I'd choose a topic you are comfortable with, know quite a bit about and are able to lead people through the subject with confidence. Practice the voice over, a shaky or uncertain voice lowers morale for the presentation. Keep the voice over to a very minimal prescence and that way you will be using it to good effect.

Don't use music as a background noise, it tends to confuse messages. Pick a background that is easy on the eye and avoid the "fancy" templates that are included, a simple muted colour works well, primaries and garish colours really irritate the audience. Avoid Black or White for the same reasons. Blues or Greens are relaxing and creams and other natural colours work well in my experience. (based on doing at least 2 powerpoints a week for 10 years)

The font you use should be leigible, a sans serif like Arial or Helvetica or Gill sans is good. Use effects like drop shadow on type with care and do not overuse.

Do not cram too many bullet points on a slide.

Space out the dynamic content throughout the presentation (ie: let voice, excel sheet and images break up periods of text slides and where possible combine text and image. This helps maintain interest.

Do not be afraid to stop and start the presentation if you want to refocus attention, emphasise a point or merely give your audience an "eye break". Perhaps putting in a blank slide of a different colour at this point is a good idea, or even a slide with the word "Recap" in large letters on it...or similar.

Transitions and effects.. use wisely and in moderation. NEVER use more than 2 effects in a presentation, avoid the spin and other OTT effects, a simple fly in or fade in is much more effective and keep away from any sound effects, it makes the whole thing look clumsy and unprofessional.

You MIGHT want to (if allowed) insert a short video file into the presenatation, always an eye catcher, as long as it is short.

Pictures: Low resolution images that you need to size up will pixellate badly making the tone of the presentation look "chavvy". On a similar note, check spelling and grammar.. I recently gave a presentation to the vice principal without checking it..

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Read this article by Microsoft: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308417
especially this part:

Manually manage processor scheduling

There are a finite number of resources that are available for a computer's CPU. Windows manages these resources automatically, and can allocate tasks between processors or manage multiple processes on a single processor. You can adjust how Windows manages these resources by prioritizing them between the foreground programs and the background services.

By default, Windows puts a priority on the foreground programs. The added processing resources cause programs to respond more quickly. However, if you have background services, such as printing or disk backup that run while you work and you want them to respond faster, you can have Windows share processor resources equally between background and foreground programs.

Note: My personal recommendation is to allocate more resources to background services.

To manually change the performance of foreground and background programs, complete these steps:

1. Click Start, click Run, type sysdm.cpl in the Open box, and then press ENTER to open the System Properties dialog box.
2. Click the Advanced tab, and then under Performance click Settings.
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