How to turn PowerPoint Bullet Points into Visual Slide Layouts (FAST)

Turn your PowerPoint Bullets into visual layouts with these PowerPoint Tricks. SUBSCRIBE to get the latest PowerPoint tricks ★ SAVE 40 HOURS IN POWERPOINT POPULAR POWERPOINT RESOURCES I CREATED ► 886 free Icon Bundle Download: ►120 PowerPoint Shortcuts PDF: ► 15 Storytelling Tips PDF: ► Nuts & Bolts Speed Training: ———————————— POWERPOINT TUTORIAL OVERVIEW Bullet points are a common element of content heavy, professional PowerPoint presentations, like those used in client pitches, proposals, research reports, investment memorandums, etc.. These types of PowerPoint presentations are often defined by delivering bullet point driven material in an informative and interesting way. A challenge for any good analyst, is being able to take large amounts of information, and delivering it in PowerPoint to clients in an informative and effective manner. In this Microsoft PowerPoint tutorial, you'll learn a number of tips and tricks for quickly breaking up your boring lists of bullet points, and presenting them in a more engaging and informative way. You will learn a number of powerful shortcuts in this tutorial, like CTRL + SHIFT + DRAG to quickly create aligned copies of your objects. You will also see a number of professional examples of different ways you can structure and format your bullet points in your own PowerPoint presentations. Your time is valuable, so don't let a bunch of boring lists of bullet points be a bottle when working in PowerPoint. This PowerPoint trick works in all versions of PowerPoint including PowerPoint 2007, PowerPoint 2010, PowerPoint 2013 and PowerPoint 2016. +++++++++ To learn more other PowerPoint tricks and download slides, see our other posts: 15 Insanely Actionable Storytelling tips - How to Create a Venn Diagram - Creating the Overlapping Piece of a Venn Diagram - How to put a YouTube Video in PowerPoint - Aligning Objects Between Slides - Installing the Hammer Tool - Creating Picture Transparencies (The Fast Way) - Editing Vector Graphics - PPT Best Practices, The Formatting Guides - PPT Best Practices, the QAT - Protecting Your Presentations - Making Objects Appear And Disappear - Turning Bullet Points Into Shapes - Creating a Mouseover Effect - Creating False Animations - Four PowerPoint Tricks You Should Know - Moving Beyond Default Formatting - Breaking Up Your Bullet Points - Highlighting Your Point Visually -


  1. Good taylor
  2. Thank you so much Taylor for your valuable contribution towards sharing the knowledge. I really got too much insights from your videos.
    Just one more favor, is it possible for you to share the PPTs which your use in the videos for our practice purpose.
    Please share on (if possible).

    Once again many thanks!
  3. Thanks N&B - that's awesome. You remind me of ExcelIsFun - and that's a big compliment
  4. AWESOME!! Exactly the information I needed. Thank you.
  5. Sensacional.Parabéns.
  6. This one was incredible. I have been going in this direction the past few years, but to watch this video, helps me get some new ideas and reinforce that I am indeed going in the right direction, away from the simple bullet points whenever possible.

    Thanks for sharing this amazing video!
  7. Great to the point video. Thanks again.
  8. superb tips. ignore these idiots telling your your speaking sucks.
  9. Yeah, so easy for people to just say "don't ever use bullets" or " only 6 bullets per slide"...seriously? That's just not feasible when you're building a serious deck to present complex information
  10. Bullet points can be a real drag on any presentation.

    For a first cut, you can use this simple technique to make your standard PowerPoint bullet points more interesting and informative, without spending hours upon hours trying to re-design every single slide.

    Good luck!

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