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James’s Answer

Alot of my role with Office Presentations were developed through need/necessity. Consequently, I used alot of google searches and YouTube videos to learn skills in the programs.
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Ayanna’s Answer

My experience with Office presentations was developed through practice while I was in school, internship, and I do them to this day. When I first started, I would make dummy presentations by reading a business article and using PowerPoint to visually tell the story, and I then I would ask for feedback from peers. If you need help navigating PowerPoint, or Office 365 in general, Google is amazing :)
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Catherine’s Answer

Lots of practice. I was always nervous about public speaking whether it was 5 people or 50. My boss would challenge me to present to our team during our meetings. Often times asking me to lead the discussion. When I started preparing slide decks to show it helped. But it's also important to not just read the content on the slides you are sharing. Anyone can do that. Having slides or handouts with pictures and colors is helpful. You should also prepare and practice in front of family or friends, or even in front of a mirror. Scan around the room and you don't have to make eye contact if you are fearful it will make you more nervous, but you can look at the top of their heads. The more you do it, the easier it will get.
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