A Slick Way To Create and Record Premium Looking Presentations Without Using Powerpoint
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What I’m about to show you can be used to create webinar presentations, sales page videos, and even digital products. Another cool thing about doing this is that you can export the slides in PDF format as well so you can have a handout that people can download.
Not everyone has Powerpoint or expensive tools like Camtasia. The method I’m about to show you combines premium looking free Google Docs presentation templates and Screencast-o-Matic (many of you already have the pro version if you don’t, it’s only a couple bucks).
To get started, go to SlidesCarnival.com and look for a free slide presentation template to use. It’s important to note, you don’t need to use all of the presentation templates they give you in each “set”. If you find one particular slide that you would like to use throughout your presentation, you can just duplicate that slide in Google Docs.
Step 1: Go to SlidesCarnival.com and browse through the free templates. When you find one you like, click on the title:
Then click on the yellow “USE THIS PRESENTATION BUTTON”:
Google Docs will automatically open. In order to edit the presentation/templates you will need to click on the “file” option in the top left hand corner of the screen and then select the “make copy” option.
A box will appear where you can give your presentation a name. After you name it, click the “ok” button:
Now, go through and create your presentation. If you want to have the same slide throughout and just keep overlaying stuff over it, right click on the slide and click duplicate. You can then move it up in the presentation.