The short answer is: It depends. Many people argue about whether or not PowerPoint slide titles should be capitalized, but the answer usually depends on the organization you’re creating a PowerPoint for. For example, when I worked at Capital One, we had full-day classes on building PowerPoint decks.
In many cases, presenters may find themselves including lists of items on their slides. Of course, the beginning of each item listed should be capitalized.
Citing a PowerPoint presentation
For a reference entry of the files/slides, use: the last name and first initial of the author or the writing organization. the release year. the titles of the slides in italics.
PowerPoint’s 10/20/30 rule is a simple concept: No PowerPoint presentation should have more than ten slides, be longer than 20 minutes, and use fonts smaller than 30 points. Coined by Guy Kawasaki, the rule is a tool for marketers to create excellent PowerPoint presentations.
Use the Change Case button in the Font group on the Home tab, or. By going to Format> Font to uncheck for uppercase.
Let’s change that. With the text selected, navigate to the “Font” group of the “Home” tab and select the “Change Case” option. In the drop-down menu that appears, you have five options to choose from: Case Sensitivity: Change the first letter of each sentence to uppercase while keeping all other letters lowercase.
To use a keyboard shortcut to switch between lowercase, UPPERCASE, and uppercase, select the text and press SHIFT + F3 until the desired case is applied.
To refer to an APA-style PowerPoint presentation, include the author’s name (whoever presented the PowerPoint presentation), presentation date, title (italics), “PowerPoint slides” in squares Brackets and the name of the department and university, and the URL where PowerPoint can be found.
Reference format for online PowerPoint slides
Author, A.A. (year). Title [PowerPoint slides]. Platform e.g. SlideShare.
The 5/5/5 rule explains what’s right in the name: When creating slides for your presentation, use no more than: 5 words on a single line. 5 lines of text on a single slide. 5 slides that apply the first two rules in sequence.
Experts emphasize – and practitioners know – the 2.4. Rule of 8: 2 minutes per slide / 4 bullet points per slide / 8 words per bullet point.
Go to the home page and in the Font group select the Change Case (Aa) button. Choose from these five options: Capitalization capitalizes the first letter in the selected sentence or bullet point. lowercase converts the selected text to lower case without exception.