This topic is relevant as a presentation nowadays is meaningless without a solid PowerPoint to back it up. Even if your verbal presentation is well-rehearsed, a poor visual experience can derail the audience's enjoyment. Whatever your topic, successful PowerPoints are determined by three factors: your command of PowerPoint's design tools, your attention to presentation processes, and your dedication to a consistent style. PowerPoint presentations are an excellent way to supplement a speech, visualize complex concepts, or draw an audience's attention. Otherwise, a poor presentation can have the opposite effect on your audience. Poorly designed slides with excessive text or distracting graphics can divert attention away from your message.
You can add something to your PowerPoint. Microsoft provides built-in themes and color variations to assist you in creating a consistent look for your slides. To select one of these pre-built themes, return to the File tab, click New, choose one of the options, and click Create.
Otherwise, you can create your own theme by combining PowerPoint elements, your design sense, and your brand's color palette. You can also insert content from other applications into your presentation. This includes files created by programs other than Microsoft Office and files created by programs that support Object Linking and Embedding (OLE).