Any time you open up PowerPoint to get started on slides, you're likely to be driven by the PowerPoint paradigm of what it wants you to focus on – what theme, what color palette, what slide layout you'll want to use. When you let it lead you, you're already on your way to the wrong destination (failure land). That's because PowerPoint needs a strong master. You need to tame it and make it do your bidding.
So my webinar to a group of folks presenting at an upcoming technical conference was focused on the ten things you need to know as you prepare your slides. Most of them have little or nothing to do with PowerPoint and how it works, because what you need to remember has more to do with your content and how you prepare before your PowerPoint presentation.
So that's the background for this recorded webinar that takes about an hour to watch.