How to write a powerful powerpoint infographic with a click of a mouse

A powerpoint slideshow with a single click can make your office look bigger and easier to read.

Here’s how to make one.1.

Create a table of contents for the powerpoint article The table of content will tell you what’s happening in the slide.

Here is an example.2.

Use the power to hide the images from the slide and highlight the relevant parts of the slide:1.

Add a label to each of the images.

This gives the reader a way to skip to the images:2.

Label the images with a number and add a caption.

This tells the reader that the slide is about something specific:3.

Add some text to each image to indicate that it contains information:4.

Add the text to the table of elements to give it structure:5.

Add an arrow pointing up from the table to the image to make it more visually interesting:6.

Add another arrow to indicate the order of the elements:7.

Add links to relevant slides to show where they’re going:8.

Add images of the slides and some text explaining what they show:9.

Add captions to the slides to make them easier to follow:10.

Add annotations to the slide to show when they change:11.

Add clickable arrows to show which part of the image you’re looking at:12.

Add margins to the edges of the page so the user can quickly switch between the slides:13.

Add hover text and a hover icon next to each element to help the user click the element to view it:14.

Use a small arrow next to the first image to give the user a hint about where it’s coming from:15.

Place a timer on the top of the table so the timer can be updated with the latest information about the slide or the slide’s slide history:16.

Add more arrows and hover text to show the time remaining on each slide:17.

Place links to the individual images so the viewer can find them quickly:18.

Add text to indicate when the images have been updated:19.

Add labels to the text so the reader can find the information they’re looking for:20.

Add icons and a link to the “Edit” menu so the editor can see the information he or she needs to edit the information:21.

Add drop shadows to the elements so the image is more easily identifiable:22.

Add other text and hover icons to make the image more easily readable:23.

Add different images of different types to the list so the slideshow will look like the slide on its own:24.

Add buttons so that you can change the size and position of the slideshow and then preview it:25.

Add and edit other images that you’d like to include in the slideshow:26.

Set a custom color scheme so that the images are easier to see:27.

Add new images to the slideshow by selecting them from the “Add” menu and choosing “New image.”