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PRESENTATION MEANING IN HINDI - EXACT MATCHES

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  • the activity of formally presenting something (as a prize or reward); "she gave the trophy but he made the presentation "
  • the act of making something publicly available; presenting news or other information by broadcasting or printing it; "he prepared his presentation carefully in advance"
  • a show or display; the act of presenting something to sight or view; "the presentation of new data"; "he gave the customer a demonstration"

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Presentation meaning in Hindi : Get meaning and translation of Presentation in Hindi language with grammar,antonyms,synonyms and sentence usages by ShabdKhoj. Know answer of question : what is meaning of Presentation in Hindi? Presentation ka matalab hindi me kya hai (Presentation का हिंदी में मतलब ). Presentation meaning in Hindi (हिन्दी मे मीनिंग ) is प्रदर्शन.English definition of Presentation : the activity of formally presenting something (as a prize or reward); she gave the trophy but he made the presentation

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Synonym/Similar Words : award , presentment , intro , display , introduction , demonstration

Antonym/Opposite Words : divestment

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Presentation की परिभाषाएं और अर्थ अंग्रेजी में, presentation संज्ञा.

  • demonstration , presentment
  • "he gave the customer a demonstration"
  • "the presentation of new data"
  • "she gave the trophy but he made the presentation"
  • "Cesarean sections are sometimes the result of abnormal presentations"
  • "he prepared his presentation carefully in advance"
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presentation के समानार्थक शब्द

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A presentation conveys information from a speaker to an audience. Presentations are typically demonstrations, introduction, lecture, or speech meant to inform, persuade, inspire, motivate, build goodwill, or present a new idea/product. Presentations usually require preparation, organization, event planning, writing, use of visual aids, dealing with stress, and answering questions. “The key elements of a presentation consists of presenter, audience, message, reaction and method to deliver speech for organizational success in an effective manner.” Presentations are widely used in tertiary work settings such as accountants giving a detailed report of a company's financials or an entrepreneur pitching their venture idea to investors. The term can also be used for a formal or ritualized introduction or offering, as with the presentation of a debutante. Presentations in certain formats are also known as keynote address. Interactive presentations, in which the audience is involved, are also represented more and more frequently. Instead of a monologue, this creates a dialogue between the speaker and the audience. The advantages of an interactive presentation is for example, that it attracts more attention from the audience and that the interaction creates a sense of community.

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The formal presentation of information is divided into two broad categories: Presentation Skills and Personal Presentation .

These two aspects are interwoven and can be described as the preparation, presentation and practice of verbal and non-verbal communication. 

This article describes what a presentation is and defines some of the key terms associated with presentation skills.

Many people feel terrified when asked to make their first public talk.  Some of these initial fears can be reduced by good preparation that also lays the groundwork for making an effective presentation.

A Presentation Is...

A presentation is a means of communication that can be adapted to various speaking situations, such as talking to a group, addressing a meeting or briefing a team.

A presentation can also be used as a broad term that encompasses other ‘speaking engagements’ such as making a speech at a wedding, or getting a point across in a video conference.

To be effective, step-by-step preparation and the method and means of presenting the information should be carefully considered. 

A presentation requires you to get a message across to the listeners and will often contain a ' persuasive ' element. It may, for example, be a talk about the positive work of your organisation, what you could offer an employer, or why you should receive additional funding for a project.

The Key Elements of a Presentation

Making a presentation is a way of communicating your thoughts and ideas to an audience and many of our articles on communication are also relevant here, see: What is Communication? for more.

Consider the following key components of a presentation:

Ask yourself the following questions to develop a full understanding of the context of the presentation.

When and where will you deliver your presentation?

There is a world of difference between a small room with natural light and an informal setting, and a huge lecture room, lit with stage lights. The two require quite different presentations, and different techniques.

Will it be in a setting you are familiar with, or somewhere new?

If somewhere new, it would be worth trying to visit it in advance, or at least arriving early, to familiarise yourself with the room.

Will the presentation be within a formal or less formal setting?

A work setting will, more or less by definition, be more formal, but there are also various degrees of formality within that.

Will the presentation be to a small group or a large crowd?

Are you already familiar with the audience?

With a new audience, you will have to build rapport quickly and effectively, to get them on your side.

What equipment and technology will be available to you, and what will you be expected to use?

In particular, you will need to ask about microphones and whether you will be expected to stand in one place, or move around.

What is the audience expecting to learn from you and your presentation?

Check how you will be ‘billed’ to give you clues as to what information needs to be included in your presentation.

All these aspects will change the presentation. For more on this, see our page on Deciding the Presentation Method .

The role of the presenter is to communicate with the audience and control the presentation.

Remember, though, that this may also include handing over the control to your audience, especially if you want some kind of interaction.

You may wish to have a look at our page on Facilitation Skills for more.

The audience receives the presenter’s message(s).

However, this reception will be filtered through and affected by such things as the listener’s own experience, knowledge and personal sense of values.

See our page: Barriers to Effective Communication to learn why communication can fail.

The message or messages are delivered by the presenter to the audience.

The message is delivered not just by the spoken word ( verbal communication ) but can be augmented by techniques such as voice projection, body language, gestures, eye contact ( non-verbal communication ), and visual aids.

The message will also be affected by the audience’s expectations. For example, if you have been billed as speaking on one particular topic, and you choose to speak on another, the audience is unlikely to take your message on board even if you present very well . They will judge your presentation a failure, because you have not met their expectations.

The audience’s reaction and therefore the success of the presentation will largely depend upon whether you, as presenter, effectively communicated your message, and whether it met their expectations.

As a presenter, you don’t control the audience’s expectations. What you can do is find out what they have been told about you by the conference organisers, and what they are expecting to hear. Only if you know that can you be confident of delivering something that will meet expectations.

See our page: Effective Speaking for more information.

How will the presentation be delivered?

Presentations are usually delivered direct to an audience.  However, there may be occasions where they are delivered from a distance over the Internet using video conferencing systems, such as Skype.

It is also important to remember that if your talk is recorded and posted on the internet, then people may be able to access it for several years. This will mean that your contemporaneous references should be kept to a minimum.

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Many factors can influence the effectiveness of how your message is communicated to the audience.

For example background noise or other distractions, an overly warm or cool room, or the time of day and state of audience alertness can all influence your audience’s level of concentration.

As presenter, you have to be prepared to cope with any such problems and try to keep your audience focussed on your message.   

Our page: Barriers to Communication explains these factors in more depth.

Continue to read through our Presentation Skills articles for an overview of how to prepare and structure a presentation, and how to manage notes and/or illustrations at any speaking event.

Continue to: Preparing for a Presentation Deciding the Presentation Method

See also: Writing Your Presentation | Working with Visual Aids Coping with Presentation Nerves | Dealing with Questions Learn Better Presentation Skills with TED Talks

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Definition : A presentation is a form of communication in which the speaker conveys information to the audience. In an organization presentations are used in various scenarios like talking to a group, addressing a meeting, demonstrating or introducing a new product, or briefing a team. It involves presenting a particular subject or issue or new ideas/thoughts to a group of people.

It is considered as the most effective form of communication because of two main reasons:

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  • Facilitates instant feedback.

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Business Presentations are a tool to influence people toward an intended thought or action.

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  • Introduction : It is meant to make the listeners ready to receive the message and draw their interest. For that, the speaker can narrate some story or a humorous piece of joke, an interesting fact, a question, stating a problem, and so forth. They can also use some surprising statistics.
  • Body : It is the essence of the presentation. It requires the sequencing of facts in a logical order. This is the part where the speaker explains the topic and relevant information. It has to be critically arranged, as the audience must be able to grasp what the speaker presents.
  • Conclusion : It needs to be short and precise. It should sum up or outline the key points that you have presented. It could also contain what the audience should have gained out of the presentation.

Purpose of Presentation

  • To inform : Organizations can use presentations to inform the audience about new schemes, products or proposals. The aim is to inform the new entrant about the policies and procedures of the organization.
  • To persuade : Presentations are also given to persuade the audience to take the intended action.
  • To build goodwill : They can also help in building a good reputation

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Presentation is a mode of conveying information to a selected group of people live. An ideal presentation is one that identifies and matches the needs, interests and understanding level of the audience. It also represents the facts, and figures in the form of tables, charts, and graphs and uses multiple colours.

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The capability to grab an audience’s attention and deliver a powerful message is a skill that can be learned and mastered. The delivery of an engaging and persuasive speech is the mark of a skilled Public Speaker. Read this blog to learn about the 3 P's of Public Speaking through which you can conquer your worries about Public Speaking. You will become an effective speaker by adhering to the three P's of Public Speaking. 

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1) Overview of Public Speaking 

2) The 3 P’s of Public Speaking 

    a) Prepare 

    b) Practice 

    c) Present 

3) Conclusion 

Overview of Public Speaking  

Public Speaking is the art of delivering a message to an audience in a clear, engaging, and persuasive manner. It involves effectively communicating ideas, opinions, or information to inform, inspire, entertain, or influence listeners. Public Speaking skills are essential in various areas of life, including business presentations, academic settings, community gatherings, and personal development.    

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The 3 P’s of Public Speaking, namely ‘Preparation’, ‘Practice’, and ‘Performance’, are crucial for delivering impactful speeches. Preparation involves understanding the audience, researching the topic, and structuring the speech. Practice helps build confidence and fluency, while performance focuses on delivering the speech with confidence and connecting with the audience.  

Further, the three elements are discussed in detail: 

Preparation  

Preparation is a fundamental step in Public Speaking that lays the foundation for a successful speech. It involves a series of tasks aimed at ensuring that learners are well-equipped with the necessary knowledge, organisation, and clarity to deliver an effective presentation. Here are the key aspects to consider during the preparation phase: 

Preparation in Public Speaking

1) Understand your audience: It is vital to tailor your speech to your audience’s needs, interests, and level of knowledge. Remember to research the demographic, background, and expectations of your audience to establish a connection and deliver a relevant message. 

2) Set clear objectives: Objectives help you define the purpose and goals of your speech. They also help you determine what you want your audience to take away from your presentation and craft your content accordingly. 

3) Thoroughly research the topic: It is essential that you provide accurate and reliable information. Make use of reputed sources, conduct interviews, and gather supporting evidence to enhance the credibility of your speech. 

4) Structure your speech: It is crucial to organise your ideas logically and coherently. Remember to divide your speech into sections, including an attention-grabbing introduction, a well-developed body with key points, and a memorable conclusion that reinforces your main message. 

5) Create compelling visuals: Visuals can include slides or props that can enhance the impact of your speech. These visual aids can help clarify complex concepts, engage the audience, and make your presentation more memorable. 

6)  Anticipate questions: The anticipation of questions is a valuable skill to address potential queries or concerns from the audience. Prepare well-researched and concise answers to ensure you are prepared for any potential challenges or inquiries that may arise. 

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Practice 

Practice is another essential element for honing your Public Speaking skills and ensuring a confident and effective delivery. It allows you to refine your message, build confidence, and develop a smooth and engaging speaking style. Here are the key aspects to consider when it comes to practice: 

Practice in Public Speaking

1) Rehearse your speech: Speech research is vital for familiarity and fluency. Practice delivering your speech multiple times, ideally in front of a mirror or with a supportive audience. A practice routine will help you become comfortable with the content and flow. 

2) Timing and pace: A well-paced and timed speech will land a massive impact on your audience. These are very important aspects to consider during practice. Ensure that your speech fits within the allocated time, allowing for smooth delivery. Practice speaking at a moderate pace, ensuring that you pause appropriately to emphasise key points or allow the audience to absorb information. 

3) Vocal variety and body language: Vocal variety and body language play a significant role in captivating your audience. Experimenting with different tones, volumes, and inflexions offers great amounts of interest and emphasis. Remember to incorporate gestures, facial expressions, and movement to enhance your core message and connect with your listeners. 

4) Seeking feedback: Feedback from trusted individuals is invaluable in improving your speaking skills. Ask for constructive criticism and suggestions for improvement. Consider joining Public Speaking groups or workshops, such as Toastmasters, where you can receive feedback and learn from experienced speakers. 

5) Recording yourself: Recording your speech during practice sessions allows you to objectively assess your performance. Listening to the recordings helps you pay attention to your tone, body language, pacing, and overall delivery. Identify areas where you can improve and make necessary adjustments. 

6) Joining Public Speaking groups or clubs: Your local Public Speaking community can provide a supportive and encouraging environment to practice your skills. These platforms offer opportunities to speak in front of a live audience, receive feedback, and learn from fellow speakers.

Present  

The presentation of your speech is the result of the preparation and practice that goes into Public Speaking. When you step onto the stage or stand before your audience, the confident and impactful quality of your speech delivery is in your hands.   

1) Establish a connection with your audience : The key to a successful presentation is to establish a connection with your audience through eye contact, empathy, and compelling storytelling.  

2) Practice techniques : Effective language, persuasive techniques, and maintaining enthusiasm throughout the speech are essential elements for delivering a perfect speech.   

3) Learn to adapt to situations : Adapting to unforeseen circumstances and closing your speech with a memorable message leave a lasting impression.  

More importantly, it’s during the presentation phase that all your hard work and preparation come together to captivate and inspire your audience. 

In this blog, we have discussed how you can unlock your potential as a skilled Public Speaker. With consistent effort and a solid understanding of the 3 P’s of Public Speaking, you can deliver exceptional speeches. You can captivate audiences and leave a lasting impression with thorough preparation and practice. Remember to embrace opportunities to speak publicly, seek feedback, and continue learning from experienced speakers.      Speak with confidence and engage audiences by signing up for the Public Speaking Training Course now!  

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Never underestimate the power of great communication. It can help you land the job of your dreams, attract investors to back your idea, or elevate your stature within your organization. But while there are plenty of good speakers in the world, you can set yourself apart out by being the person who can deliver something great over and over. Here are a few tips for business professionals who want to move from being good speakers to great ones: be concise (the fewer words, the better); never use bullet points (photos and images paired together are more memorable); don’t underestimate the power of your voice (raise and lower it for emphasis); give your audience something extra (unexpected moments will grab their attention); rehearse (the best speakers are the best because they practice — a lot).

I was sitting across the table from a Silicon Valley CEO who had pioneered a technology that touches many of our lives — the flash memory that stores data on smartphones, digital cameras, and computers. He was a frequent guest on CNBC and had been delivering business presentations for at least 20 years before we met. And yet, the CEO wanted to sharpen his public speaking skills.

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Delivering a captivating presentation is an art that requires more than just confidence and oratory skills. From the design of your slides to the way you carry yourself on stage, every little detail contributes to the overall effectiveness of your presentation. For those who wish to master this art, getting familiar with the associated terminology is a great place to start.

In this article, we’ll explore “30 Presentation Terms & What They Mean,” shedding light on the key terms and concepts in the world of presentations. Whether you’re a professional looking to refine your skills, a student aiming to ace your next presentation, or just someone curious about the subject, this guide is sure to provide you with valuable insights.

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1. Slide Deck

A slide deck, in its most basic sense, is a collection of slides that are presented in sequence to support a speech or presentation. The slides typically contain key points, graphics, and other visual aids that make the presentation more engaging and easier to understand.

Beyond merely displaying information, a well-crafted slide deck can tell a story, create an emotional connection, or illustrate complex concepts in a digestible way. Its design elements, including the choice of colors, fonts, and images, play a significant role in how the presentation is received by the audience.

2. Speaker Notes

Speaker notes are a feature in presentation software that allows presenters to add notes or cues to their slides. These notes are only visible to the presenter during the presentation. They can include additional information, reminders, prompts, or even the full script of the speech.

While the audience sees the slide deck, the speaker can use these notes as a guide to ensure they cover all necessary points without memorizing the entire speech. It’s essential to use speaker notes strategically – they should aid the presentation, not become a script that hinders natural delivery.

A template is a pre-designed layout for a slide deck. It typically includes a set design, color scheme, typefaces, and placeholders for content like text, images, and graphs. Templates can significantly reduce the time and effort required to create a professional-looking presentation.

While templates can be incredibly helpful, it’s important to choose one that aligns with the theme, purpose, and audience of the presentation. Customizing the template to match your brand or topic can further enhance its effectiveness.

4. Transition

In the realm of presentations, a transition refers to the visual effect that occurs when you move from one slide to the next. Simple transitions include fade-ins and fade-outs, while more complex ones might involve 3D effects, wipes, or spins.

Transitions can add a touch of professionalism and dynamism to a presentation when used correctly. However, overuse or choosing flashy transitions can be distracting and detract from the content. The key is to use transitions that complement the presentation’s tone and pace without overshadowing the message.

5. Animation

Animation is the process of making objects or text in your slide deck appear to move. This can involve anything from making bullet points appear one by one, to having graphics fly in or out, to creating a simulation of a complex process. Animation can add interest, emphasize points, and guide the audience’s attention throughout the presentation.

While animations can make a presentation more engaging, they must be used judiciously. Excessive or overly complex animations can distract the audience, complicate the message, and look unprofessional. As with transitions, animations should support the content, not detract from it.

6. Multimedia

Multimedia refers to the combination of different types of media — such as text, images, audio, video, and animation — within a single presentation. Incorporating multimedia elements can make a presentation more engaging, cater to different learning styles, and aid in explaining complex ideas.

However, it’s important to ensure that multimedia elements are relevant, high-quality, and appropriately scaled for the presentation. Additionally, depending on the presentation venue, technical considerations such as file sizes, internet speed, and audio quality need to be taken into account when using multimedia.

7. White Space

In the context of presentation design, white space (or negative space) refers to the unmarked portions of a slide, which are free of text, images, or other visual elements. Despite its name, white space doesn’t necessarily have to be white — it’s any area of a slide not filled with content.

White space can give a slide a clean, balanced look and can help draw attention to the most important elements. It can also reduce cognitive load, making it easier for the audience to process information. Good use of white space is often a key difference between professional and amateur designs.

8. Aspect Ratio

Aspect ratio is the proportional relationship between a slide’s width and height. It’s typically expressed as two numbers separated by a colon, such as 4:3 or 16:9. The first number represents the width, and the second represents the height.

The choice of aspect ratio can affect how content fits on the screen and how the presentation appears on different displays. For instance, a 16:9 aspect ratio is often used for widescreen displays, while a 4:3 ratio may be more suitable for traditional computer monitors and projectors.

9. Grid System

The grid system is a framework used to align and layout design elements in a slide. It’s comprised of horizontal and vertical lines that divide the slide into equal sections or grids.

The grid system aids in creating visual harmony, balance, and consistency across slides. It can guide the placement of text, images, and other elements, ensuring that they’re evenly spaced and aligned. It’s an important tool for maintaining a professional and organized appearance in a presentation.

10. Readability

Readability refers to how easy it is for an audience to read and understand the text on your slides. It involves factors such as font size, typeface, line length, spacing, and contrast with the background.

Ensuring good readability is crucial in presentations. If your audience can’t easily read and understand your text, they’ll be more likely to disengage. Large fonts, simple language, high-contrast color schemes, and ample white space can enhance readability.

11. Infographic

An infographic is a visual representation of information, data, or knowledge. They’re used in presentations to communicate complex data in a clear, concise, and engaging way. Infographics can include charts, graphs, icons, pictures, and text.

While infographics can effectively communicate complex ideas, they must be designed carefully. Too much information, confusing visuals, or a lack of a clear hierarchy can make an infographic difficult to understand. It’s important to keep the design simple and focus on the key message.

To embed in a presentation context means to incorporate external content, such as a video, a document, or a website, directly into a slide. When an object is embedded, it becomes part of the presentation file and can be viewed or played without leaving the presentation.

Embedding can be a useful tool to incorporate interactive or supplementary content into a presentation. However, it’s important to remember that it can increase the file size of the presentation and may require an internet connection or specific software to function correctly.

13. Palette

A palette, in terms of presentations, refers to the set of colors chosen to be used throughout the slide deck. This can include primary colors for backgrounds and text, as well as secondary colors for accents and highlights.

The right color palette can help convey the mood of a presentation, reinforce branding, and increase visual interest. It’s important to choose colors that work well together and provide enough contrast for readability. Tools like color wheel or color scheme generators can be helpful in choosing a harmonious palette.

14. Vector Graphics

Vector graphics are digital images created using mathematical formulas rather than pixels. This means they can be scaled up or down without losing quality, making them ideal for presentations that may be viewed on different screen sizes.

Vector graphics often have smaller file sizes than their pixel-based counterparts (raster graphics), which can help keep your presentation file manageable. Common types of vector graphics include logos, icons, and illustrations.

15. Mood Board

A mood board is a collection of images, text, colors, and other design elements that serve as visual inspiration for a presentation. It helps establish the aesthetic, mood, or theme of the presentation before the design process begins.

Creating a mood board can be a valuable step in the presentation design process. It can help you visualize how different elements will work together, communicate your design ideas to others, and maintain consistency across your slides.

16. Hierarchy

In design, hierarchy refers to the arrangement of elements in a way that implies importance. In presentations, visual hierarchy helps guide the viewer’s eye to the most important elements first.

Hierarchy can be created through the use of size, color, contrast, alignment, and whitespace. Effective use of hierarchy can make your slides easier to understand and keep your audience focused on the key points.

17. Stock Photos

Stock photos are professionally taken photographs that are bought and sold on a royalty-free basis. They can be used in presentations to add visual interest, convey emotions, or illustrate specific concepts.

While stock photos can enhance a presentation, it’s important to use them judiciously and choose images that align with your presentation’s tone and content. Overuse of generic or irrelevant stock photos can make a presentation feel impersonal or unprofessional.

18. Sans Serif

Sans serif refers to a category of typefaces that do not have small lines or strokes attached to the ends of larger strokes. Sans serif fonts are often used in presentations because they’re typically easier to read on screens than serif fonts, which have these small lines.

Some popular sans serif fonts for presentations include Helvetica, Arial, and Calibri. When choosing a font for your slides, readability should be a primary consideration.

19. Hyperlink

A hyperlink, or link, is a clickable element in a slide that directs the viewer to another slide in the deck, a different document, or a web page. Hyperlinks can be used in presentations to provide additional information or to navigate to specific slides.

While hyperlinks can be useful, they should be used sparingly and appropriately. Links that direct the viewer away from the presentation can be distracting and disrupt the flow of your talk.

PDF stands for Portable Document Format. It’s a file format that preserves the fonts, images, graphics, and layout of any source document, regardless of the computer or software used to create it. Presentations are often saved and shared as PDFs to ensure they look the same on any device.

While a PDF version of your presentation will maintain its appearance, it won’t include interactive elements like animations, transitions, and hyperlinks. Therefore, it’s best used for distributing slide handouts or when the presentation software used to create the deck isn’t available.

21. Raster Graphics

Raster graphics are digital images composed of individual pixels. These pixels, each a single point with its own color, come together to form the full image. Photographs are the most common type of raster graphics.

While raster graphics can provide detailed and vibrant images, they don’t scale well. Enlarging a raster image can lead to pixelation, where the individual pixels become visible and the image appears blurry. For this reason, raster images in presentations should be used at their original size or smaller.

22. Typeface

A typeface, often referred to as a font, is a set of characters with the same design. This includes letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and sometimes symbols. Typefaces can have different styles and weights, such as bold or italic.

The choice of typeface can significantly impact the readability and mood of a presentation. For example, serif typefaces can convey tradition and authority, while sans serif typefaces can appear modern and clean. The key is to choose a typeface that aligns with the purpose and audience of your presentation.

23. Visual Content

Visual content refers to the graphics, images, charts, infographics, animations, and other non-text elements in a presentation. These elements can help capture the audience’s attention, enhance understanding, and make the presentation more memorable.

While visual content can enhance a presentation, it’s important not to overload slides with too many visual elements, as this can confuse or overwhelm the audience. All visual content should be relevant, clear, and support the overall message of the presentation.

24. Call to Action

A call to action (CTA) in a presentation is a prompt that encourages the audience to take a specific action. This could be anything from visiting a website, signing up for a newsletter, participating in a discussion, or implementing a suggested strategy.

A strong CTA aligns with the goals of the presentation and is clear and compelling. It often comes at the end of the presentation, providing the audience with a next step or a way to apply what they’ve learned.

25. Thumbnails

In presentations, thumbnails are small versions of the slides that are used to navigate through the deck during the design process. They provide an overview of the presentation’s flow and can help identify inconsistencies in design.

Thumbnails are typically displayed in the sidebar of presentation software. They allow you to easily move, delete, or duplicate slides, and can provide a visual check for overall consistency and flow.

26. Aspect Ratio

27. interactive elements.

Interactive elements are components in a presentation that the audience can interact with. These could include hyperlinks, embedded quizzes, interactive infographics, or multimedia elements like audio and video.

Interactive elements can make a presentation more engaging and memorable. However, they require careful planning and should always be tested before the presentation to ensure they work as intended.

28. Placeholders

In the context of presentations, placeholders are boxes that are included in a slide layout to hold specific types of content, such as text, images, or charts. They guide the placement of content and can help ensure consistency across slides.

Placeholders can be especially useful when working with templates, as they provide a predefined layout to follow. However, they should be used flexibly – not every placeholder needs to be used, and additional elements can be added if necessary.

29. Master Slide

The master slide is the top slide in a hierarchy of slides that stores information about the theme and slide layouts of a presentation. Changes made to the master slide, such as modifying the background, fonts, or color scheme, are applied to all other slides in the presentation.

Master slides can help ensure consistency across a presentation and save time when making global changes. However, it’s important to note that individual slides can still be modified independently if necessary.

In presentations, a layout refers to the arrangement of elements on a slide. This includes the placement of text, images, shapes, and other elements, as well as the use of space and alignment.

Choosing the right layout can make your slides look organized and professional, guide the viewer’s eye, and enhance your message. Most presentation software offers a variety of pre-defined layouts, but these can usually be modified to better suit your content and design preferences.

The 8 Types of Presentation Styles: Which Category Do You Fall Into?

Meg Prater (she/her)

Updated: December 16, 2020

Published: September 24, 2018

Types of Presentations

  • Visual Style
  • Freeform Style
  • Instructor Style
  • Coach Style
  • Storytelling Style
  • Connector Style
  • Lessig Style
  • Takahashi Style

Everyone on the internet has an opinion on how to give the “perfect” presentation.

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One group champions visual aids, another thinks visual aids are a threat to society as we know it. One expert preaches the benefits of speaking loudly, while another believes the softer you speak the more your audience pays attention. And don’t even try to find coordinating opinions on whether you should start your presentation with a story, quote, statistic, or question.

But what if there wasn’t just one “right” way to give a presentation? What if there were several? Below, I’ve outlined eight types of presentation styles. They’re used by famous speakers like Steve Jobs and Al Gore -- and none of them are wrong.

Check out each one and decide which will be most effective for you.

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Types of Presentation Styles

1. visual style.

What it is: If you’re a firm believer slides simply exist to complement your talking points, this style is for you. With this speaking style, you might need to work a little harder to get your audience engaged, but the dividends can be huge for strong public speakers, visionaries, and storytellers.

When to use it: This style is helpful when speaking to a large audience with broad interests. It’s also great for when you need to throw together slides quickly.

Visual style presenter: Steve Jobs

2. Freeform Style

What it is: This impromptu style of presenting doesn’t require slides. Instead, the speaker relies on strong stories to illustrate each point. This style works best for those who have a short presentation time and are extremely familiar with their talking points.

When to use it: Elevator pitches, networking events, and impromptu meetings are all scenarios in which to use a freeform style of speaking. You’ll appear less rehearsed and more conversational than if you were to pause in the middle of a happy hour to pull up your presentation on a tablet.

Freeform style presenter: Sir Ken Robinson

3. Instructor Style

What it is: This presentation style allows you to deliver complex messages using figures of speech, metaphors, and lots of content -- just like your teachers and professors of old. Your decks should be built in logical order to aid your presentation, and you should use high-impact visuals to support your ideas and keep the audience engaged.

When to use it: If you’re not a comfortable presenter or are unfamiliar with your subject matter (i.e., your product was recently updated and you’re not familiar with the finer points), try instructor-style presenting.

Instructor style presenter: Al Gore

4. Coach Style

What it is: Energetic and charismatic speakers gravitate towards this style of presenting. It allows them to connect and engage with their audience using role play and listener interaction.

When to use it: Use this presentation style when you’re speaking at a conference or presenting to an audience who needs to be put at ease. For example, this style would work well if you were speaking to a group of executives who need to be sold on the idea of what your company does rather than the details of how you do it.

Coach style presenter: Linda Edgecombe

5. Storytelling Style

What it is: In this style, the speaker relies on anecdotes and examples to connect with their audience. Stories bring your learning points to life, and the TED’s Commandments never let you down: Let your emotions out and tell your story in an honest way.

When to use it: Avoid this style if you’re in the discovery phase of the sales process. You want to keep the conversation about your prospect instead of circling every point or question back to you or a similar client. This style is great for conference speaking, networking events, and sales presentations where you have adequate time to tell your stories without taking minutes away from questions.

Storytelling style presenter: Jill Bolte Taylor

6. Connector Style

What it is: In this style, presenters connect with their audience by showing how they’re similar to their listeners. Connectors usually enjoy freeform Q&A and use gestures when they speak. They also highly encourage audience reaction and feedback to what they’re saying.

When to use it: Use this style of presenting early in the sales process as you’re learning about your prospect’s pain points, challenges, and goals. This type of speaking sets your listener at ease, elicits feedback on how you’re doing in real time, and is more of a dialogue than a one-sided presentation

Connector style presenter: Connie Dieken

7. Lessig Style

What it is: The Lessig Style was created by Lawrence Lessig , a professor of law and leadership at Harvard Law School. This presentation style requires the presenter to pass through each slide within 15 seconds. When text is used in a slide, it’s typically synchronized with the presenter’s spoken words.

When to use it: This method of presentation is great for large crowds -- and it allows the speaker to use a balance of text and image to convey their message. The rapid pace and rhythm of the slide progression keeps audiences focused, engaged, and less likely to snooze.

Lessig style presenter: Lawrence Lessig

8. Takahashi Style

What it is: This method features large, bold text on minimal slides. It was devised by Masayoshi Takahashi , who found himself creating slides without access to a presentation design tool or PowerPoint. The main word is the focal point of the slide, and phrases, used sparingly, are short and concise.

When to use it: If you find yourself in Takahashi’s shoes -- without presentation design software -- this method is for you. This style works well for short presentations that pack a memorable punch.

Takahashi style presenter: Masayoshi Takahashi

Slides from one of Takahashi’s presentations:

Whether you’re speaking on a conference stage or giving a sales presentation , you can find a method that works best for you and your audience. With the right style, you’ll capture attention, engage listeners, and effectively share your message. You can even ask an  AI presentation maker  tool to create presentations for you in your preferred style

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Presentation Design: A Step-by-Step Guide

Nailing your presentation structure can have a big impact on your target audiences, whether they are investors, coworkers, partners, or potential customers. It helps get your ideas across and persuade others. 

For a presentation to work, its contents must be paired with great design. In fact, 91% of presenters feel more confident with a well-designed slide deck.

Now, design may not be something that interests you or something you’re good at. But like it or not, the moment you fire up Powerpoint, or Keynote you are a designer. And there is no escape. 

So instead of designing a poor presentation with lousy templates, why not learn the essentials of designing a beautiful presentation?

In this guide, we’ll discuss how to design a captivating presentation, and break down the whole process into small chunks so you can tackle each step easily. 

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What makes a presentation well designed?

A bad presentation can give the impression that you lack preparation, care, and credibility. A well-designed presentation, on the other hand, makes you look professional and trustworthy. Here’s what it means: 

Less text and more visuals

Humans are visual beings. Our comprehension of visual elements is way more than just plain text. And we retain any information much better when it’s paired with imagery. 

If you want your message to connect with your audience, remove the extra text in your slides and replace it with visual content .

There are many ways to add photos , one of which is visualizing your data into timelines , flowcharts, graphs , and other frameworks. For example, this presentation by Trinh Tu uses data visualization really well to convey key stats and details.

Example of data visualization used in a presentation.

However, adding visuals doesn’t mean just throwing some fancy pictures and icons onto your slides. Your icons and photos need to be relevant.

Before you add a visual element, always check if it contributes to the message you are trying to communicate. 

Well-placed pictures can go a long way in helping the audience connect with your presentation. So use them cautiously and strategically. 

Summarize points instead of writing them all out

According to a survey by David Paradi , the three things that annoy audiences most about presentations are:  

  • Speakers reading their slides 
  • Slides that include full sentences of text 
  • Text that is too small to read 

Graph of top three things that annoys the audience most about presentations.

Notice what’s common to all these annoyances? The text. People have extremely short attention spans, especially when it comes to reading heaps of text. 

So the text in your presentation slides should be just enough to complement the speaker, no more. It should not compete with what’s being said. 

For example, this simple presentation does a great job of summarizing the message of each slide in just a few words and breaking up the text nicely into multiple slides. 

Example of simple design which perfectly uses fonts, bullet points, and other elements.

Crowding your slides with all the information you have makes you unnecessary. You don’t want people to be distracted by reading when they’re trying to listen to you. 

Instead, the slides should only be considered as a visual aid. So keep them simple. Focus on the message, not the slides themselves. 

One takeaway per slide

As we discussed, people find it hard to absorb too much information from a single slide. So don’t overwhelm your audience, and remember that less is more. Make sure not to have more than one key point in each presentation slide.  

For example, this presentation about startup weekend has minimalistic slides walking viewers through one message at a time. It also shows that you don’t need a ton of fancy elements to make your presentation visually appealing.

Example of one takeaway per presentation slide.

Limit each of your slides to a simple statement, and you’ll easily be able to direct your audience’s focus to the main topic and subtopics. 

Arranging your text this way is one of the best ways to make a powerful impact on your presentation design.  

Clear hierarchy in design

Visual hierarchy is easily one of the most important yet most overlooked design principles. Simply put, it means the color, size, contrast, alignment, and other factors related to each element of your slide should be based on its importance. 

The most important elements should capture the attention of your audience first, followed by the second most important elements, and so on. 

Needless to say, you must know the whole narrative and outline before you start planning the visual hierarchy. It’s all about the message you want each slide and your whole presentation to get across. 

For example, in this presentation about building a good team, see how the header text, the description text, and the button text are different from each other. The header font is the largest and placed at the top, catching immediate attention. 

Then your eyes go to the button text because it captures attention with a red background. And finally, you see the description, the illustration, and other elements. 

Example of visual hierarchy in a presentation design.

So as you design your presentation, consider the narrative and plan the visual hierarchy needed to justify the story. This will ensure that your audience will not miss out on the key points you want to emphasize. 

Design consistency across slides

People are quick to identify inconsistencies in a presentation design, and these inconsistencies prevent them from having a fully engaging experience. So keep your presentation design consistent with a single theme.

Consistency creates a better flow and shows that each slide in your presentation belongs to the same story. To understand this better, see the below slide from this presentation . 

Example of consistency in presentation slides.

Notice how the slide primarily uses only two colors (white and red) for all the elements. And the image dimensions, fonts, and styling for each team member are exactly the same. 

You’ll notice the same thing in other slides of this presentation too. The same colors, the same font family , and similar backgrounds have been used in the overall design . This is what we mean by consistency. 

If the presentation you’re making is part of a company, the company may already have a style guide that dictates how to keep your presentation consistent with the company’s branding. If not, it’s never too late to create one . 

Call to action

A presentation is not complete without a call to action (CTA). If there is no CTA, your audience will think, “Is that it?” and you’ll leave them wondering what they’re supposed to do next with the information you provided.

The best CTAs are simple and easy. For example, you can ask the audience to contact you, connect on social media, sign up for a product or webinar. 

Call to action button in the presentation.

Also, make sure to highlight the incentive. Your audience should be clear on the main benefits they will get by following through with your call to action. 

The bottom line is: Make it a no-brainer and make it easy for people to take action right away. 

Designing a great presentation

Now that you know the ingredients of appealing presentation design, let’s see how to design a presentation that wows your audience, and also drives your key points home at the same time. Follow the below presentation, ideas, steps, and best practices to create a stunning presentation.

Prepare slide backgrounds and images

Backgrounds and pictures go a long way in setting the right mood and feel for your presentation. And there is no one right way to do this. Your options are limited only by your creativity.

For example, this presentation from Zuora makes masterful use of background images. Almost every slide has a beautiful background photo, along with a color overlay above the background to make the text easy to read. 

Example of usage of images as background in presentation slides.

Pay attention to the following best practices as you work on your backgrounds and photos:

  • Make sure your images have enough contrast with your words. 
  • Use simple images that are closely relevant to your messages. You can use multiple free and paid stock photo sites to find photos that resonate with what you want to convey. These include Picography , Unsplash , Freepik , and Gratisography .
  • Don’t pick common, generic stock images that people have already seen hundreds of times elsewhere. Also, avoid clipart for the same reasons. 
  • Don’t crowd too many pictures into a single slide.
  • Ensure that your images are of high quality, with a resolution that allows a comfortable viewing experience. They should come off as clear and crisp on both small and large screens. 

Zero in on your slide layouts

Contrary to what you may believe, great presentation design is not about being very artistic or creating complex layouts. Instead, your focus should be on communicating information in a nice, user-friendly way.

For example, this presentation has many slides that emphasize a great alternative to the conventional approach of putting text over an image. It leverages a split-screen layout for each slide, resulting in clean and elegant quotes paired with stunning visuals. 

Alt-Text: A presentation slide with split-screen for image and text.

Pay attention to the following best practices as you work on slide layouts:

  • Make sure you have a reason for aligning elements in a certain way for each slide. If possible, use frames or grids to align your images and text appropriately. 
  • When used too often, center alignment makes your design look amateurish. Use it only as a last resort.  
  • Don’t keep using the same layout for consecutive slides. It makes your presentation dull and repetitive. Mix up the layouts to keep your audience engaged. 
  • Have enough white space around each element. Don’t feel like you have to fill vacant spaces with more objects. Giving each visual room to breathe makes your whole design easier on the eyes, while a cluttered composition is hard to make sense of. 

Pick your colors wisely

Colors influence emotions and contribute to the identity of your brand. They also lift the audience’s overall sense of enthusiasm and move people to action. So you must use colors strategically to pull the audience into your presentation. 

For example, this colorful presentation for Adidas was designed to show how its deck could give a combination of fun and luxurious vibes. 

Usage of colors to make Adidas presentation engaging

Notice the colors used in the above slide. There is a lot of white, purple, and blue, with some variations used sparingly around the illustrations. Only three main colors are doing most of the heavy lifting. That’s why the overall design still works even with some extra colors thrown in. 

Pay attention to the following best practices as you work on your presentation colors:

  • If your company already has a color palette in place, stick to it. If not, pick a strong color scheme with no more than five colors to serve as a base for your presentation design. Too many colors can make your audience frantic. 
  • Use tools such as Adobe Color CC , Kuler , Piknik , and 0to255 to play around with different colors and color schemes and see what works with what. 
  • Make sure your color scheme has colors that can contrast and complement each other. Colors that don’t clash will make your presentation look clean and polished. 

Select the right fonts

Typography is another factor that can make or break your presentation. Fonts have a subtle but powerful impact on how the audience views both your presentation and your brand. 

But choosing fonts is a major challenge for those without any form of design education or experience. They mistakenly think that simple and basic fonts are too dull and boring. So they try to look for some fancy fonts to make their presentation exciting, eventually ending up with some hideous or outdated font such as Comic Sans.

Instead, you should consider the readability of the message you want to convey. For example, this presentation by With Company makes great use of modern typography . 

Crisp and clean use of text in a presentation.

Since many of the slides have lengthy quotes, they are split in ways to make the message easy to digest. In addition, see how all the text is super clean and concise. 

Pay attention to the following best practices as you work on your presentation fonts: 

  • Just like with your color scheme, use the same set of fonts and the same font sizes in all the slides of your presentation. For example, if your slide heading is Verdana 40pt, then each slide heading should be Verdana 40pt. In fact, you don’t need more than three fonts that work well together. 
  • If you feel like using some animated text that bounces, soars, or glitters, just don’t. Curb the temptation. Hyperactive words and phrases are annoying and distracting. 
  • If you already have standard font pairs based on your company’s brand identity, use those. If not, choose fonts that convey the voice and tone you’re aiming for. 
  • The best fonts for presentations are simple, professional, modern, and readable. Pick a font such that there is a significant difference between its regular and bold font faces.
  • Don’t shy away from using standard fonts. Avoid using some rare font that’s unlikely to be available on all computers and mobile devices.
  • Pair fonts that work well with each other. Granted, this can be tricky and hard for an untrained eye to pull off. But there are many collections known to be effective. So you can pick from those. Resources like FontPair and FontJoy make it easy to find great font combinations.
  • As discussed before, size the fonts based on visual hierarchy. For example, headlines should be larger than body text. But even the least significant texts should be large enough to read, with appropriate line and letter spacing. 

Wrapping up

We know this may be a lot to take in. It’s not easy to design a mesmerizing presentation. But the final result is worth all the trouble. A great presentation can open doors that you may have never thought to be possible. 

A clean design is much easier to take in. It makes you and your brand look more credible and professional. So use the above steps to push your design skills as far as you can. 

Start improving one thing at a time, and your efforts will add up to a point where you’ll design stunning presentations without thinking. You can also accelerate the process with a tool like Piktochart that comes with hundreds of ready-made templates and intuitive features. So get started today.

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Microsoft PowerPoint Kya Hai in hindi : आज के लेख मे मैं आपको समझाऊंगा कि एमएस पावरपॉइंट क्या है? पॉवरपॉइंट के उपयोग और पॉवरपॉइंट की पूरी जानकारी।

आज कई कंप्यूटर एमएस पॉवरपॉइंट इन बिल्ड के साथ आते हैं। तो पॉवरपॉइंट को इनस्टॉल और सेटअप करने की परेशानी नहीं होती।

MS PowerPoint को आप अपने ब्राउजर इंटरनेट के जरिए भी चला सकते हैं बिना एमएस पावरपॉइंट सॉफ्टवेयर के।

आज हम इसीलिए इन बातो को चर्चा कर रहे है क्योंकि हम आज आपको माइक्रोसॉफ्ट के एक उत्पाद What is MS PowerPoint? के बारे में बताने जा रहे है इसके साथ ही हम आपको MS PowerPoint के कुछ विशेषताओं इसके उपयोग इत्यादि के बारे में जानेंगे। अगर आप इस विषय में पूरी जानकारी चाहते है तो इस लेख के साथ अंत तक बने रहिये।

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Ms Powerpoint क्या है In Hindi? |What is MS PowerPoint?

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MS PowerPoint एक ऐसा सॉफ्टवेयर है जो आपको एक संस्थापन या व्यक्तिगत प्रस्तुति के रूप में अपने विचारों, दस्तावेजों और छवियों को आकर्षक ढंग से प्रस्तुत करने की सुविधा देता है। यह एक शक्तिशाली प्रदर्शन टूल है जो किसी भी संदर्भ में आपकी मदद करता है, चाहे आप अपने स्कूल या कॉलेज के प्रोजेक्ट के लिए इस्तेमाल करें या फिर अपनी कंपनी या व्यवसाय के लिए presentation तैयार करें।

MS PowerPoint में आप अपने विचारों को स्लाइड और फोटो, वीडियो और ऑडियो सहित विविध प्रकार के मल्टीमीडिया फ़ाइल्स के माध्यम से प्रस्तुत कर सकते हैं। आप टेक्स्ट, छवियों, ग्राफिक्स और चार्ट्स जोड़ सकते हैं जो आपके सामग्री को आकर्षक बनाते हैं। इसके अलावा, आप Amination और Transition effect का उपयोग करके अपने slides को दमदार बना सकते हैं।

MS PowerPoint आसानी से सीखा जा सकता है और उपयोग करने में सहायता उपलब्ध होती है, जिससे आप अपनी प्रस्तुतियों को आकर्षक बना सकते हें और उन्हें बेहतर ढंग से समझा सकते हैं। आप फोटोग्राफ जोड़कर अपने स्लाइडों को ज्यादा आकर्षक बना सकते हैं। इस सॉफ्टवेयर के अंतर्गत आप अपनी प्रस्तुतियों को अपने स्मार्टफोन, टैबलेट या लैपटॉप पर सहेज सकते हैं और किसी भी समय उन्हें संपादित या फिर स्वीकार्य बना सकते हैं।

Ms powerpoint का संपूर्ण इतिहास | History of MS PowerPoint   in Hindi

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1984 में, California में मुख्यालय वाली एक software company फॉरथॉट, इंक. के रॉबर्ट गास्किन्स और डेनिस ऑस्टिन ने माइक्रोसॉफ्ट पावरप्वाइंट विकसित किया।

मूल रूप से प्रस्तुतकर्ता के रूप में जाना जाता है, यह कार्यक्रम Macintosh कंप्यूटरों के लिए सौंदर्यपूर्ण रूप से आकर्षक और शिक्षाप्रद presentation को बनाने में users की सहायता करने के लक्ष्य के साथ बनाया गया था।

माइक्रोसॉफ्ट ने 1987 में फॉरथॉट खरीदा और प्रोग्राम का नाम बदलकर PowerPoint रखा, इसे विंडोज और मैकिंटोश दोनों के लिए वितरित किया। क्योंकि इसने users को ऐसी Slides बनाने में सक्षम बनाया जिसमें पाठ, चित्र और दृश्य शामिल थे, PowerPoint तेजी से व्यावसायिक presentation के लिए एक लोकप्रिय software बन गया।

Microsoft ने पिछले कुछ वर्षों में PowerPoint में Animation, Video editing, teamwork tool और template जैसी नई सुविधाओं और शक्तियों को पेश करना जारी रखा है।

PowerPoint अब Microsoft Office सुइट का एक घटक है और व्यापक रूप से कर्मचारियों, प्रशिक्षकों और छात्रों द्वारा सम्मोहक और आकर्षक presentation बनाने के लिए use किया जाता है।

Versions History of MS PowerPoint in Hindi

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यहां एमएस पावरपॉइंट के हिंदी में संस्करण इतिहास का एक तालिका है:

यहां दिए गए तालिका में एमएस पावरपॉइंट के हिंदी में संस्करण और उनकी विशेषताएँ दर्शाई गई हैं।

Ms Power point की प्रमुख विशेषताए – Characteristics of PowerPoint in Hindi

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MS PowerPoint एक सुविधा संपन्न presentation कार्यक्रम है जो users को आकर्षक और शिक्षाप्रद presentation करने की permission देता है। पृष्ठ बनाने और स्वरूपित करने से लेकर टेक्स्ट, चित्र और मल्टीmedia जोड़ने तक, पेशेवर-दिखने वाली presentation बनाने के लिए PowerPoint में वह सब कुछ है जिसकी आपको आवश्यकता है। PowerPoint आपकी सभी presentation आवश्यकताओं के लिए एक लचीला और शक्तिशाली software है, जिसमें अंतर्निहित एनीमेशन और संक्रमण प्रभाव, सहयोग software और अन्य Microsoft Office अनुप्रयोगों के साथ एकीकारण है। अगले भाग में, हम MS PowerPoint की कुछ मुख्य Featureओं और कार्यों के बारे में अधिक गहराई से जानेंगे।

यहाँ MS PowerPoint की 15 प्रमुख Feature और कार्य संक्षिप्त विवरण के साथ दिए गए हैं:

  • Slides: PowerPoint आपको कई Slides बनाने और प्रारूपित करने की permission देता है, प्रत्येक में आपकी presentation के लिए प्रासंगिक जानकारी होती है। आप प्रत्येक Slides में टेक्स्ट, चित्र, चार्ट और अन्य media जोड़ सकते हैं और आकर्षक और पेशेवर दिखने वाली presentation बनाने के लिए उन्हें प्रारूपित कर सकते हैं।
  • Themes: PowerPoint कई पूर्व-Design किए गए विषयों की पेशकश करता है जिन्हें आप अपनी presentation पर लागू कर सकते हैं, इसे एक सुसंगत और परिष्कृत रूप दे सकते हैं। थीम में रंग योजनाएँ, फ़ॉन्ट शैलियाँ और पृष्ठभूमि चित्र शामिल हैं, और इन्हें आपके ब्रांड या व्यक्तिगत शैली के अनुकूल बनाने के लिए अनुकूलित किया जा सकता है।
  • Animation : Animation विज़ुअल इंटरेस्ट जोड़ने और अपने दर्शकों को जोड़ने का एक शानदार तरीका है। PowerPoint विभिन्न प्रकार के एनीमेशन प्रभाव प्रदान करता है, जैसे प्रवेश, निकास और जोर Animation , जिन्हें आप अपनी Slides पर पाठ, छवियों और अन्य तत्वों पर लागू कर सकते हैं।
  • Transitions : Transitions का use एक Slides से दूसरी Slides पर सहज और पेशेवर तरीके से जाने के लिए किया जाता है। PowerPoint विभिन्न प्रकार के संक्रमण प्रभाव प्रदान करता है, जैसे फ़ेड, घुलना और पोंछना, जिसका use आप अपनी presentation में एक परिष्कृत स्पर्श जोड़ने के लिए कर सकते हैं।
  • Multi-media: आप इसे अधिक गतिशील और आकर्षक बनाने के लिए अपनी PowerPoint presentation में आसानी से चित्र, ऑडियो और Video Fileें सम्मिलित कर सकते हैं। आप अपनी presentation की ज़रूरतों को पूरा करने के लिए इन मल्टीmedia तत्वों को संपादित भी कर सकते हैं, जैसे किसी इमेज को क्रॉप करना या Video को ट्रिम करना।
  • Cooperation: PowerPoint कई सहयोग software प्रदान करता है जो आपको वास्तविक Time में दूसरों के साथ अपनी presentation पर काम करने की permission देता है। आप अपनी presentation दूसरों के साथ साझा कर सकते हैं, दूसरों द्वारा किए गए परिवर्तनों को देख और संपादित कर सकते हैं, और टिप्पणियों और चैट के माध्यम से संवाद कर सकते हैं।
  • Integration : PowerPoint एक्सेल और वर्ड जैसे अन्य Microsoft Office प्रोग्रामों के साथ मूल रूप से एकीकृत होता है, जिससे डेटा और Graphics को आयात और निर्यात करना आसान हो जाता है। आप PowerPoint का use ऐसे ग्राफ़िक्स और चार्ट बनाने के लिए भी कर सकते हैं जिनका use अन्य Office प्रोग्रामों में किया जा सकता है।
  • Customization : PowerPoint विभिन्न प्रकार के स्वरूपण विकल्प प्रदान करता है जो आपको अपनी presentation को अपने ब्रांड या व्यक्तिगत शैली में फिट करने के लिए अनुकूलित करने की permission देता है। आप फ़ॉन्ट शैलियों, रंगों और प्रभावों की एक श्रृंखला से चुन सकते हैं और उन्हें अपनी Slides पर पाठ, छवियों और अन्य तत्वों पर लागू कर सकते हैं।
  • Accessibility: PowerPoint में ऐसी feature  शामिल हैं जो आपकी presentation को अधिक सुलभ बनाती हैं, जैसे छवियों के लिए ऑल्ट टेक्स्ट और Video के लिए बंद कैप्शनिंग। आप अपनी presentation में पहुंच-योग्यता संबंधी समस्याओं की पहचान करने और उन्हें ठीक करने के लिए PowerPoint के एक्सेसिबिलिटी चेकर का भी use कर सकते हैं।
  • Presenter View: प्रस्तुतकर्ता दृश्य PowerPoint में एक मोड है जो आपको प्रस्तुत करते Time अपने नोट्स और आगामी Slides देखने की permission देता है। इससे ट्रैक पर बने रहना और अपने दर्शकों को शामिल करना आसान हो जाता है, क्योंकि आप अपने नोट्स को एक संदर्भ के रूप में use कर सकते हैं और जान सकते हैं कि आगे क्या Slides आ रही है।
  • SmartArt: SmartArt PowerPoint में एक Feature है जो आपको जटिल जानकारी की व्याख्या करने के लिए आकर्षक डायग्राम और फ़्लोचार्ट बनाने की permission देता है। आप पूर्व-Design किए गए स्मार्टआर्ट टेम्पलेट्स की एक श्रृंखला से चुन सकते हैं या अपने स्वयं के कस्टम आरेख बना सकते हैं।
  • Charts & Graphs: PowerPoint विभिन्न प्रकार के चार्ट और ग्राफ़ विकल्प प्रदान करता है जिनका use आप डेटा और आँकड़ों को एक आकर्षक तरीके से प्रदर्शित करने के लिए कर सकते हैं। आप बार, लाइन और पाई चार्ट जैसे विभिन्न चार्ट प्रकारों में से चुन सकते हैं और अपनी presentation की ज़रूरतों के अनुसार उन्हें अनुकूलित कर सकते हैं।
  • Presentation Coach: Presentation Coach, PowerPoint में एक नई सुविधा है जो आपके presentation कौशल पर रीयल-टाइम प्रतिक्रिया प्रदान करती है, जैसे पेसिंग और फिलर शब्दों का use। यह सुविधा आपके सार्वजनिक बोलने के कौशल को बेहतर बनाने और अधिक प्रभावी presentation बनाने में आपकी मदद कर सकती है।
  • Sections: PowerPoint आपको अपनी presentation को अनुभागों में व्यवस्थित करने की permission देता है, जिससे नेविगेट करना और संपादित करना आसान हो जाता है। आप अलग-अलग विषयों या थीम के लिए अलग-अलग सेक्शन बना सकते हैं और आवश्यकतानुसार सेक्शन के बीच Slides ले जा सकते हैं।
  • Recording: PowerPoint में एक Recording सुविधा शामिल है जो आपको अपनी presentation में सीधे ऑडियो और Video रिकॉर्ड करने की permission देती है। यह सुनाई गई presentation को बनाने या अपने presentationकारण कौशल का अभ्यास करने के लिए useी हो सकता है। आप इस सुविधा का use अपनी presentation को रिकॉर्ड करने और अन्य लोगों के साथ साझा करने के लिए भी कर सकते हैं जो व्यक्तिगत रूप से उपस्थित होने में असमर्थ हैं।

Ms Powerpoint की उपलब्धि ?

PPT की Full form  पॉवर पॉइंट प्रेजेंटेशन  होता है जिसका पूरा नाम ( Microsoft Power point)   माइक्रोसॉफ्ट पावर पॉइंट  है। यह ऐसा प्रोग्राम है जिसकी सहायता से आप एक बहुत अच्छी पावरफुल और अट्रैक्टिव प्रेजेंटेशन तैयार कर सकते हैं। 

पॉवर पॉइंट  को माइक्रोसॉफ्ट द्वारा डेवलप किया गया है। ये हमारे डाटा (Text, Audio) को स्लाइड के रूप में तैयार करने एवं उससे create, edit, format, share और present करने का काम करता है। पॉवर पॉइंट प्रोग्राम में आप एनिमेशन, फोटो गाने ग्रैफिक्स पीपीटी वीडियो बैकग्राउंड को जोड़ सकते हैं। इस प्रोग्राम मैं आपको कई प्रकार के अलग-अलग टूल्स मिलते हैं जिसकी सहायता से आप एक बहुत ही अच्छी प्रेजेंटेशन तैयार कर सकते हैं। इस प्रोग्राम से प्रेजेंटेशन तैयार करके आप दूसरों तक अपनी बात बहुत ही कम समय में अच्छे तरीके से समझाया जा सकता है|

Ms PowerPoint एक प्रसिद्ध प्रेजेंटेशन सॉफ्टवेयर है जो Microsoft Corporation द्वारा विकसित किया गया है। यह एक आंतरिक उपकरण है जिसे व्यवसायिक और शैक्षणिक प्रयोग के लिए उपयोग किया जाता है। यह सॉफ्टवेयर स्लाइड शो बनाने के लिए उपयोग किया जाता है जो संग्रहीत डाटा, छवियों, और अन्य आइटमों के साथ आकर्षक प्रस्तुतियों को बनाने में मदद करता है।

PowerPoint में विभिन्न विषयों पर presentation बनाई जा सकती हैं, जिनमें शैक्षणिक, व्यावसायिक, संस्थानिक और वित्तीय विषय शामिल हो सकते हैं। इसका उपयोग विभिन्न उद्देश्यों के लिए किया जाता है जैसे कि प्रस्तुतियों के जरिए ब्रांड निर्माण, प्रशिक्षण और संचार के लिए।

PowerPoint सॉफ्टवेयर एक संपादन उपकरण के रूप में उपलब्ध है, जो यूजर को विभिन्न स्लाइड लेआउट्स, रंग पैलेट्स, फ़ॉन्ट्स, और अन्य डिजाइन टूल्स की विकल्पों का उपयोग करके प्रस्तुतियों को डिजाइन करने में मदद करता है।

पावरपॉइंट का उपयोग- Uses Of Ms Powerpoint

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PowerPoint एक लोकप्रिय प्रस्तुति सॉफ़्टवेयर है जिसका उपयोग विभिन्न सेटिंग्स और उद्योगों में किया जाता है। यहाँ PowerPoint के कुछ मुख्य उपयोग दिए गए हैं:

Business presentations:

बिक्री पिचों, व्यावसायिक प्रस्तावों और परियोजना अद्यतनों के लिए business presentation में PowerPoint का उपयोग किया जाता है।

Educational presentations:

शिक्षक और शिक्षक व्याख्यान, कक्षा असाइनमेंट और छात्र परियोजनाओं के लिए आकर्षक presentation बनाने के लिए PowerPoint का उपयोग करते हैं।

Training and instructional presentations:

PowerPoint का उपयोग कर्मचारी ऑनबोर्डिंग, सॉफ़्टवेयर डेमो और कार्यशालाओं के लिए प्रशिक्षण और निर्देशात्मक presentataion बनाने के लिए किया जाता है।

Conference and event presentations:

PowerPoint का उपयोग अक्सर शोध निष्कर्षों को प्रस्तुत करने, विचारों को साझा करने और सम्मेलनों, व्यापार शो और कार्यक्रमों में उत्पादों या सेवाओं को बढ़ावा देने के लिए किया जाता है।

Personal presentations:

PowerPoint का उपयोग व्यक्तिगत presentation के लिए किया जा सकता है जैसे कि शादियों, पारिवारिक समारोहों या छुट्टियों की तस्वीरों के लिए स्लाइड शो बनाना।

Creative presentations:

कुछ उपयोगकर्ता रचनात्मक presentation बनाने के लिए PowerPoint की मल्टीमीडिया क्षमताओं का लाभ उठाते हैं जैसे कि एनिमेटेड कहानियाँ, लघु फ़िल्में और इंटरेक्टिव गेम्स।

Non-profit and social presentations:

गैर-लाभकारी संगठन और सामाजिक कारण धन उगाहने वाले कार्यक्रमों, जागरूकता अभियानों और स्वयंसेवी भर्ती के लिए presentation बनाने के लिए PowerPoint का उपयोग करते हैं।

ये PowerPoint के कई उपयोगों में से कुछ हैं। पावरपॉइंट एक बहुमुखी उपकरण है जो उपयोगकर्ताओं को विभिन्न उद्देश्यों के लिए आकर्षक, सूचनात्मक और दृष्टिगत रूप से आकर्षक presentation बनाने की अनुमति देता है।

MS PowerPoint का use करने के लाभ

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Presentation बनाने के लिए MS PowerPoint का use करने से कई लाभ मिलते हैं। यहाँ कुछ मुख्य लाभ दिए गए हैं:

  • User के अनुकूल Interface: MS PowerPoint का use करने का सबसे बड़ा लाभ इसका user के अनुकूल इंटरफ़ेस है। PowerPoint के इंटरफ़ेस को सहज और नेविगेट करने में आसान होने के लिए Design किया गया है , जिसमें आमतौर पर use किए जाने वाले tool और फ़ंक्शंस आसानी से उपलब्ध हैं। यह नौसिखियों से लेकर अनुभवी पेशेवरों तक, सभी कौशल स्तरों के users के लिए इसे सुलभ बनाता है। इसके अतिरिक्त, PowerPoint में पूर्व-Design किए गए template और थीम शामिल हैं, जो presentation बनाते Time Time और प्रयास बचा सकते हैं। इन template को कस्टमाइज़ करना आसान है, जिससे आप पेशेवर दिखने वाली presentation बनाने के लिए अपनी सामग्री और ब्रांडिंग जोड़ सकते हैं।
  • अनुकूलन योग्य: PowerPoint अत्यधिक अनुकूलन योग्य है, जिससे आप एक ऐसी presentation बना सकते हैं जो आपके ब्रांड या व्यक्तिगत शैली के अनुकूल हो। PowerPoint कई प्रकार के स्वरूपण विकल्प, फ़ॉन्ट शैली और रंग प्रदान करता है, जिन्हें आपकी Slides पर पाठ, छवियों और अन्य तत्वों पर लागू किया जा सकता है। आप पूर्व-Design किए गए लेआउट की श्रेणी से चुनकर या अपना स्वयं का कस्टम लेआउट बनाकर अपनी Slides के लेआउट को भी अनुकूलित कर सकते हैं। इसके अतिरिक्त, PowerPoint आपको अपनी presentation में छवियों, Video और ऑडियो जैसे मल्टीmedia तत्वों को जोड़ने की permission देता है, जो इसे और अधिक आकर्षक और गतिशील बना सकता है।
  • आकर्षक : PowerPoint आकर्षक और गतिशील presentation बना सकता है जो आपके दर्शकों का ध्यान आकर्षित करती हैं। Animation, transitions और मल्टीmedia तत्वों के साथ, आप अपनी presentation को दृष्टिगत रूप से अधिक दिलचस्प और आकर्षक बना सकते हैं। मुख्य बिंदुओं पर जोर देने या Slides के बीच गति या प्रवाह की भावना पैदा करने के लिए Animation और transitions का use किया जा सकता है। इसके अतिरिक्त, छवियों, Video और ऑडियो जैसे मल्टीmedia तत्वों का use अवधारणाओं और विचारों को स्पष्ट करने के लिए किया जा सकता है, जिससे वे आपके दर्शकों के लिए अधिक यादगार बन जाते हैं। एक आकर्षक और गतिशील presentation बनाकर, आप अपने संदेश के प्रभाव को बढ़ाते हुए, अपने दर्शकों की दिलचस्पी बनाए रख सकते हैं और अपनी सामग्री में निवेश कर सकते हैं।
  • Time बचाता है: presentation बनाने के पारंपरिक तरीकों की तुलना में PowerPoint Time बचा सकता है। अपने पूर्व-Design किए गए template, थीम और मल्टीmedia विकल्पों के साथ, यह आपको जल्दी और आसानी से पेशेवर दिखने वाली presentation बनाने की permission देता है। PowerPoint की Slides लाइब्रेरी सुविधा आपको Slides या आपके द्वारा पूर्व में बनाई गई संपूर्ण presentation का पुन: use करने की permission देकर Time बचा सकती है। यह विशेष रूप से useी हो सकता है यदि आपको समान विषयों पर कई presentation बनाने की आवश्यकता है, क्योंकि आप मौजूदा Slides को स्क्रैच से बनाने के बजाय आसानी से संशोधित कर सकते हैं।

MS PowerPoint का use करने के लिए टिप्स :-

  • इसे सरल रखें: अपनी PowerPoint presentation को Design करते Time, इसे सरल रखना महत्वपूर्ण है। बहुत अधिक पाठ या अव्यवस्थित Slides का use करने से बचें, क्योंकि यह आपकी presentation को भारी और अनुसरण करने में कठिन बना सकता है। इसके बजाय, अपनी सामग्री को स्पष्ट और संक्षिप्त तरीके से प्रस्तुत करने पर ध्यान केंद्रित करें, सरल और आसानी से पढ़े जाने वाले फोंट का use करें।
  • VisualArt का use करें: इमेज, चार्ट और ग्राफ़ जैसे VisualArt का use आपके बिंदुओं को स्पष्ट करने और आपकी presentation को अधिक आकर्षक बनाने के लिए किया जा सकता है। ऐसे VisualArt का use करें जो आपकी सामग्री के लिए प्रासंगिक हों और उन्हें सरल और समझने में आसान रखें। बहुत सारे VisualArt या अप्रासंगिक VisualArt का use करने से बचें, क्योंकि यह आपका ध्यान भंग कर सकता है और आपके संदेश से अलग हो सकता है।
  • अपनी डिलीवरी का अभ्यास करें: अपनी PowerPoint presentation को प्रस्तुत करने से पहले अपनी डिलीवरी का अभ्यास करें। यह आपकी सामग्री से अधिक परिचित होने में आपकी सहायता कर सकता है और प्रस्तुत करते Time अधिक आत्मविश्वास महसूस कर सकता है। एक दर्पण के सामने या किसी मित्र या सहकर्मी के साथ अभ्यास करें, और अपनी शारीरिक भाषा और आवाज के स्वर पर ध्यान दें।
  • Animation और transitions का संयम से use करें: Animation और transitions का use आपकी PowerPoint presentation को देखने में अधिक आकर्षक और आकर्षक बनाने के लिए किया जा सकता है, लेकिन उन्हें किफ़ायत से use किया जाना चाहिए। बहुत सारे Animation या transitions का use करने से बचें, क्योंकि यह ध्यान भंग करने वाला हो सकता है और आपकी सामग्री से दूर ले जा सकता है।
  • अपने दर्शकों को जानें: अपनी PowerPoint presentation को Design करते Time, अपने दर्शकों पर विचार करना महत्वपूर्ण है। उनके ज्ञान या विशेषज्ञता का स्तर क्या है? उनके हित या प्रेरणाएँ क्या हैं? अपने दर्शकों के लिए प्रासंगिक और आकर्षक भाषा और विज़ुअल का use करके अपनी presentation को अनुकूलित करें।
  • Slides मास्टर का use करें: Slides मास्टर PowerPoint में एक शक्तिशाली software है जो आपको अपनी सभी Slides पर एक सुसंगत Design लागू करने की permission देता है। फोंट, रंग और पृष्ठभूमि छवियों सहित अपनी presentation के लिए एक कस्टम Design बनाने के लिए Slides मास्टर का use करें। यह Time की बचत कर सकता है और आपकी presentation को देखने में अधिक आकर्षक और पेशेवर बना सकता है।
  • अपने Time का पूर्वाभ्यास करें: यदि आपकी presentation में Time शामिल है, जैसे Animation या Video, तो यह सुनिश्चित करने के लिए अपने Time का पूर्वाभ्यास करें कि आपकी presentation सुचारू रूप से चले। अपनी Slides और Animation के Time का अभ्यास करें , और यह सुनिश्चित करने के लिए आवश्यकतानुसार समायोजन करें कि आपकी presentation ठीक Time पर हो और सुचारू रूप से प्रवाहित हो।
  • Speaker नोट्स का use करें: स्पीकर नोट्स PowerPoint में एक useी software है जो आपको प्रस्तुत करते Time अपने लिए नोट्स और रिमाइंडर जोड़ने की permission देता है। प्रमुख बिंदुओं, Reminder , या question को लिखने के लिए स्पीकर नोट्स का use करें जिन्हें आप अपने दर्शकों से पूछना चाहते हैं।
  • रूपरेखा दृश्य का use करें: PowerPoint में रूपरेखा दृश्य आपको अपनी presentation की संरचना को एक सरल, पाठ-आधारित प्रारूप में देखने की permission देता है। अपनी सामग्री को व्यवस्थित करने के लिए बाह्यरेखा दृश्य का use करें और सुनिश्चित करें कि आपकी presentation सुचारू रूप से चलती रहे।
  • कीबोर्ड शॉर्टकट का use करें: कीबोर्ड शॉर्टकट Time की बचत कर सकते हैं और आपकी presentation में नेविगेट करना आसान बना सकते हैं। PowerPoint में कुछ useी कीबोर्ड शॉर्टकट में अपना Slides शो शुरू करने के लिए F5 दबाना, एक नई Slides बनाने के लिए Ctrl + N और चयनित ऑब्जेक्ट को कॉपी करने के लिए Ctrl + C शामिल हैं।

जबकि Microsoft PowerPoint अभी भी सबसे व्यापक रूप से use किया जाने वाला presentation Software है, ऐसे कई विकल्प उपलब्ध हैं जो समान या बेहतर सुविधाएँ प्रदान करते हैं। ये विकल्प कई प्रकार के लाभ प्रदान कर सकते हैं, जैसे रीयल-टाइम सहयोग, अद्वितीय Design विकल्प, और softwareों और Software प्रोग्रामों की एक श्रृंखला के साथ संगतता। आपकी आवश्यकताओं और वरीयताओं के लिए सबसे उपयुक्त विकल्प खोजने के लिए इन विकल्पों की खोज करना उचित है।

पॉवरपॉइंट विंडो के भाग – Parts of powerpoint window

PowerPoint विंडो में विभिन्न भाग होते हैं जो विभिन्न कमांड, टूल और सुविधाओं तक पहुँच प्रदान करते हैं।

यहाँ PowerPoint विंडो के मुख्य भाग हैं:

  • Title bar: टाइटल बार वर्तमान प्रस्तुति का नाम प्रदर्शित करता है और इसमें न्यूनतम, अधिकतम और बंद बटन शामिल होते हैं।
  • Ribbon: रिबन टैब की एक क्षैतिज पट्टी है जो विभिन्न समूहों में व्यवस्थित विभिन्न कमांड और टूल तक पहुंच प्रदान करती है। टैब में फाइल, होम, इंसर्ट, डिजाइन, ट्रांजिशन, एनिमेशन, स्लाइड शो, रिव्यू और व्यू शामिल हैं।
  • Quick Access Toolbar: क्विक एक्सेस टूलबार एक अनुकूलन योग्य टूलबार है जिसमें सेव, अनडू और रीडू जैसे अक्सर उपयोग किए जाने वाले कमांड होते हैं।
  • Slides/Outline pane: Slides/Outline pane प्रस्तुति में सभी स्लाइडों की थंबनेल छवियों या प्रस्तुति सामग्री की रूपरेखा प्रदर्शित करता है। आप इस फलक का उपयोग अपनी प्रस्तुति को व्यवस्थित करने, पुनर्व्यवस्थित करने और नेविगेट करने के लिए कर सकते हैं।
  • Notes pane: नोट्स फलक वह जगह है जहां आप स्पीकर नोट्स जोड़ सकते हैं जो प्रस्तुति के दौरान दर्शकों को दिखाई नहीं दे रहे हैं।
  • Status bar: स्टेटस बार स्लाइड संख्या, लेआउट और ज़ूम स्तर सहित वर्तमान स्लाइड के बारे में जानकारी प्रदर्शित करता है। आप स्टेटस बार से विभिन्न दृश्य विकल्पों और भाषा सेटिंग्स तक भी पहुँच सकते हैं।
  • Slide pane: Slide pane वर्तमान में चयनित स्लाइड को प्रदर्शित करता है और आपको पाठ, छवियों और मल्टीमीडिया सहित स्लाइड की सामग्री को संपादित करने की अनुमति देता है।
  • View buttons: View buttons PowerPoint विंडो के निचले दाएं कोने में स्थित हैं और आपको सामान्य, स्लाइड सॉर्टर, रीडिंग और स्लाइड शो जैसे विभिन्न दृश्यों के बीच स्विच करने की अनुमति देते हैं।

ये PowerPoint विंडो के मुख्य भाग हैं जो आपको अपनी presentation बनाने, संपादित करने और प्रस्तुत करने की अनुमति देते हैं। इन भागों का प्रभावी ढंग से उपयोग करने का तरीका जानने से आपको आसानी से अधिक पेशेवर दिखने वाली presentation बनाने में मदद मिल सकती है।

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What is microsoft powerpoint in hindi.

माइक्रोसॉफ्ट powerpoint एक प्रेजेंटेशन प्रोग्रामिंग सॉफ्टवेयर है जिसे मुख्य रूप से मार्केटिंग, फाइनेंसियल सर्विस, पर्सनल प्रेजेंटेशन में उपयोग किया जाता है।

Microsoft Power Point को कब रिलीज किया गया?

माइक्रोसॉफ्ट पावरपॉइंट जिसे संक्षिप्त में PPT भी कहते। इसे पहली बार मार्केट में 20 अप्रैल 1987 में एक अन्य कंपनी के द्वारा रिलीज किया गया था जिसे बाद में माइक्रोसॉफ्ट के द्वारा खरीद लिया गया।

Microsoft Powerpoint का मालिक कौन है?

ऐसे साधारण तौर पर देखा जाये तो माइक्रोसॉफ्ट पावरपॉइंट का कोई इंडिविजुअल मालिक नहीं है। इसे माइक्रोसॉफ्ट कंपनी के द्वारा की own यानि की संभाला जाता है।

Microsoft Powerpoint को किसने डेवलप किया?

माइक्रोसॉफ्ट पावरपॉइंट को Forethought Inc. कंपनी के डेवलपर डेनिस ऑस्टीन और रॉबर्ट गैस्किंस ने मिलकर बनाया था। यानि की यें दोनों इसके डेवलपर है।

MS PowerPoint एक शक्तिशाली presentation software है जो आकर्षक और सूचनात्मक presentation बनाने के लिए कई प्रकार की सुविधाएँ और कार्य प्रदान करता है। यह कई लाभ प्रदान करता है, जैसे कि विशिष्ट आवश्यकताओं के लिए presentation को अनुकूलित और तैयार करने की क्षमता, और युक्तियों की एक श्रृंखला users को Software का प्रभावी ढंग से use करने में मदद कर सकती है।

इसके अतिरिक्त, MS PowerPoint के कई विकल्प उपलब्ध हैं, जिनमें से प्रत्येक की अपनी अनूठी feature और लाभ हैं।

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How to set up and use subtitles in microsoft powerpoint.

You don’t need a translation tool to speak to your audience during a presentation. Subtitles do the trick!

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If you're presenting a slideshow to others who speak a different language, you can use subtitles in Microsoft PowerPoint. This helpful feature lets you talk to your audience without doing the work of translation  yourself.

Related: How to Translate a Word Document

If you have members of your audience who speak a different language or dialect, you may contemplate translating the slides or even creating two versions of the presentation. But with the subtitles in Microsoft PowerPoint, you don't have to do either.

You can speak in your native tongue and show real-time captions of everything you say in another language of your choice. All you need is a connected and working microphone with a stable internet connection for the live translation. You can then talk through each slide so that everyone understands.

You might also consider using the subtitle feature if members of your audience are hard of hearing. You can simply display the captions in the same language as the spoken one.

Open your slideshow in PowerPoint and head to the Slide Show tab to set up the subtitles. On the right side of the ribbon, click "Subtitle Settings."

Use the drop-down list to select the Spoken Language, if necessary, and then the Subtitle Language from over 60 dialects.

Subtitle language options

If you have more than one microphone connected to your computer , choose the one you want to use in the Microphone pop-out menu.

Lastly, select the location for the subtitles to appear on the screen. You can show them overlaid on the top or bottom, or above or below the slide.

Subtitle Settings in PowerPoint

Adjust the Subtitle Appearance

You can also change the appearance of the subtitles including the font and background. Select the Subtitle Settings drop-down arrow and choose "More Settings (Windows)" on Windows or "System Caption Preferences" on Mac.

Related: How to Change the Appearance of Netflix's Subtitles

On Windows, you can choose the caption font color, transparency, style, size, and effects using the drop-down boxes. Additionally, you can pick a background color and opacity setting, and dim the window content to improve contrast.

Caption settings on Windows

On Mac, you can select a preset option like Transparent Background, Classic, or Outline Text. To customize the background color and opacity along with the font color, size, style, and more, click the plus sign at the bottom of the preset list.

Caption settings on Mac

Once you have your subtitles set up, they're ready to use. You can enable subtitles by default or toggle them on and off during your presentation.

Subtitles in PowerPoint

To use subtitles automatically, check the box for Always Use Subtitles above the Subtitle Settings in the ribbon.

Checkbox for Always Use Subtitles

You can still turn off subtitles during the presentation when you use the automatic option.

To turn on subtitles during your slideshow, you can right-click the slide and select "Start Subtitles." This option then changes to "Stop Subtitles" if you decide to turn them off.

Select Start Subtitles

If you're using Presenter View on Windows, you can use the Toggle Subtitles icon.

Toggle Subtitles icon on Windows

In Presenter View on Mac, use the Closed Caption icon to turn the subtitles on and off.

Closed Captions icon on Mac

Subtitles in PowerPoint give you an easy way to present your slideshow in almost any language you need.

For help like this during a meeting, take a look at how to use live captions in Microsoft Teams or how to add live closed captions in Zoom .

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Create presentations from scratch or start with a professionally designed, fully customizable template from Microsoft Create .

Open PowerPoint.

In the left pane, select New .

Select an option:

To create a presentation from scratch, select Blank Presentation .

To use a prepared design, select one of the templates.

To see tips for using PowerPoint, select Take a Tour , and then select Create , .

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Add a slide

In the thumbnails on the left pane, select the slide you want your new slide to follow.

In the  Home tab, in the  Slides  section, select  New Slide .

In the Slides section, select Layout , and then select the layout you want from the menu.

PowerPoint slide layouts

Add and format text

Place the cursor inside a text box, and then type something.

Select the text, and then select one or more options from the Font section of the Home tab, such as  Font , Increase Font Size , Decrease Font Size ,  Bold , Italic , Underline , etc.

To create bulleted or numbered lists, select the text, and then select Bullets or Numbering .

PowerPoint format text

Add a picture, shape, and more

Go to the  Insert  tab.

To add a picture:

In the Images section, select Pictures .

In the Insert Picture From menu, select the source you want.

Browse for the picture you want, select it, and then select Insert .

To add illustrations:

In the Illustrations section, select Shapes , Icons , 3D Models ,  SmartArt , or Chart .

In the dialog box that opens when you click one of the illustration types, select the item you want and follow the prompts to insert it.

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An Introduction To MS PowerPoint

MS PowerPoint is a program that is included in the Microsoft Office suite. It is used to make presentations for personal and professional purposes.

In this article, we shall discuss in detail the functions and features of a PowerPoint presentation, followed by some sample questions based on this topic for the upcoming competitive exams. 

To learn more about the different programs under Microsoft Office , visit the linked article. 

Given below are a few important things that one must know about the development and introduction of Microsoft PowerPoint:

  • The program was created in a software company named Forethought, Inc. by Robert Gaskins and Dennis Austin. 
  • It was released on April 20, 1987, and after 3 months of its creation, it was acquired by Microsoft.
  • The first version of this program, when introduced by Microsoft was MS PowerPoint 2.0 (1990).
  • It is a presentation-based program that uses graphics, videos, etc. to make a presentation more interactive and interesting.
  • The file extension of a saved Powerpoint presentation is “.ppt”.
  • A PowerPoint presentation comprising slides and other features is also known as PPT.

Gradually, with each version, the program was more creative and more interactive. Various other features were added in PowerPoint which massively increased the requirement and use of this MS Office program.

From the examination point of view, MS PowerPoint happens to be a very important topic. Candidates who are preparing for the various Government exams can visit the Computer Knowledge page and get a list of topics included in the syllabus and prepare themselves accordingly. 

Basics of MS PowerPoint

Discussed below are a few questions that one must be aware of while discussing the basics of MS PowerPoint. Once this is understood, using the program and analysing how to use it more creatively shall become easier.

Question: What is MS PowerPoint?

Answer: PowerPoint (PPT) is a powerful, easy-to-use presentation graphics software  program that allows you to create professional-looking electronic slide  shows. 

The image given below shows the main page of MS PowerPoint, where a person lands when the program is opened on a computer system:

MS PowerPoint

Question: How to open MS PowerPoint on a personal computer?

Answer: Follow the steps below to open MS PowerPoint on a personal computer:

  • Click on the start button
  • Then choose “All Programs”
  • Next step is to select “MS Office”
  • Under MS Office, click on the “MS PowerPoint” 

A blank presentation is open on the screen. According to the requirement, a person can modify the template for a presentation and start using the program.

Question: What is a PowerPoint presentation or PPT?

Answer: A combination of various slides depicting a graphical and visual interpretation of data, to present information in a more creative and interactive manner is called a PowerPoint presentation or PPT.

Question: What is a slide show in a PowerPoint presentation?

Answer: When all the slides of a PowerPoint presentation are set in series and then presented to a group of people, where each slide appears one after the other, is a set pattern, this is known as a PowerPoint slide show. 

Question: What all elements can be added to a slide?

Answer: The following elements can be added to a Powerpoint slide:

  • Photographs
  • Media Clips

All these elements are mainly used to enhance presentation skills and make the slide more interactive.

To learn more about the Fundamentals of Computer , visit the linked article. 

For a better understanding of the Microsoft PowerPoint and its operations, functions and usage, refer to the video given below:

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Features of MS PowerPoint

There are multiple features that are available in MS PowerPoint which can customise and optimise a presentation. The same have been discussed below.

  • Slide Layout

Multiple options and layouts are available based on which a presentation can be created. This option is available under the “Home” section and one can select from the multiple layout options provided.

The image below shows the different slide layout options which are available for use:

MS PowerPoint - Slide Layout

  • Insert – Clipart, Video, Audio, etc.

Under the “Insert” category, multiple options are available where one can choose what feature they want to insert in their presentation. This may include images, audio, video, header, footer, symbols, shapes, etc. 

The image below shows the features which can be inserted:

MS PowerPoint - Features of Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation

  • Slide Design

MS PowerPoint has various themes using which background colour and designs or textures can be added to a slide. This makes the presentation more colourful and attracts the attention of the people looking at it.

This feature can be added using the “Design” category mentioned on the homepage of MS PowerPoint. Although there are existing design templates available, in case someone wants to add some new texture or colour, the option to customise the design is also available. Apart from this, slide designs can also be downloaded online.

Refer to the below for slide design:

MS PowerPoint - Slide Design

During the slide show, the slides appear on the screen one after the other. In case, one wants to add some animations to the way in which a slide presents itself, they can refer to the “Animations” category. 

The different animation styles available on PowerPoint are:

MS PowerPoint - Animations

Apart from all these options; font size, font style, font colour, word art, date and time, etc. can also be added to a PPT.

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Also, there are various other subjects that are included in the exam syllabus for various competitive exams. Candidates can check the detailed section-wise syllabus in the links given below:

Uses of PowerPoint Presentation

PowerPoint presentations are useful for both personal and professional usage. Given below are a few of the major fields where PPT is extremely useful:

  • Education – With e-learning and smart classes being chosen as a common mode of education today, PowerPoint presentations can help in making education more interactive and attract students towards the modified version of studying
  • Marketing – In the field of marketing, PowerPoint presentations can be extremely important. Using graphs and charts, numbers can be shown more evidently and clearly which may be ignored by the viewer if being read
  • Business – To invite investors or to show the increase or decrease in profits, MS PowerPoint can be used
  • Creating Resumes – Digital resumes can be formed using MS PowerPoint. Different patterns, photograph, etc. can be added to the resume
  • Depicting Growth – Since both graphics and text can be added in a presentation, depicting the growth of a company, business, student’s marks, etc. is easier using PPT

Government exam aspirants can upgrade their preparation with the help of the links given below:

Sample MS PowerPoint Questions and Answers

As discussed earlier in this article, Computer Awareness is included in the syllabus for many competitive exams. Thus, to understand the program from the examination point of view is also a must. 

Given below are a few sample questions based on MS PowerPoint.

Q 1. How many maximum slides can be added to a PowerPoint presentation?

  • No fixed number

Answer: (3) No fixed number

Q 2. Slide Sorter view can be selected under which of the following categories?

Answer: (4) View

Q 3. The combination of which keyboard keys can be used as a shortcut to add a new slide in MS PowerPoint?

Answer: (3) ctrl+M

Q 4. Header and Footer option is available under which of the following categories?

Answer: (1) Insert

Q 5. Which of the following is not included in the “Insert” category in MS PowerPoint?

Answer: (4) Animation

Similar types of MS PowerPoint Questions may be asked based on the features or usage of the program. Thus, one must carefully go through the elements and aspects of PPT. 

For any further assistance related to the upcoming Government exams, candidates can check the Preparation Strategy for Competitive Exams page. 

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Cephalic Presentation In Hindi – सेफेलिक प्रेजेंटेशन क्या होता है

Cephalic Presentation In Hindi : क्या आप जानते है आपका बेबी पसलियों पे लात मारता है जिससे आप हल्का दर्द मेहसूस कर सकते है

आपके 14 सप्ताह की गर्भवती होने से पहले आपका शिशु हिलना-डुलना शुरू कर सकता है हालाँकि, आप शायद गर्भावस्था के लगभग 20वें सप्ताह तक कुछ भी महसूस नहीं करेंगी आपके अंदर आपके बच्चे की स्थिति आपके जन्म देने के तरीके में अंतर ला सकती है

अधिकांश बच्चे अपने आप पैदा होने से ठीक पहले सिर की पहली मस्तक की स्थिति में आ जाते हैं जिससे सफलिस प्रेजेंटेशन कहा जाता है

  •  Cephalic Presentation In Hindi : बच्चे को सही स्थिति में लाना 

यदि आप अपनी डिलीवरी की तिथि के करीब आ रहे हैं, तो आपने अपने डॉक्टर या मिडवाइफ़ को C या सेफेलिक प्रेजेंटेशन शब्द का उल्लेख करते सुना होगा यह कहने का चिकित्सा तरीका है कि बच्चा नीचे और पैर ऊपर है और बाहर निकलने के की तरफ सिर नीचे है

यह जानना मुश्किल है कि बच्चा किस दिशा में है, लेकिन अधिकांश बच्चे (96 प्रतिशत तक) जन्म से पहले सिर की पहली स्थिति में जाने के लिए तैयार हैं

आपके और आपके बच्चे के लिए सबसे सुरक्षित डिलीवरी उनके लिए बर्थ कैनाल के माध्यम से है

आज हम Cephalic Presentation के बारे में जानेंगे याने यदि पेट में बच्चा उल्टा हो जाए तो क्या करें उससे जुड़ी अन्या प्रेजेंटेशन और पोजीशन (Position) के बारे में जानने के लिए लेख पर अंत तक बने रहिये

Cephalic Presentation In Hindi

Cephalic Presentation In Hindi – सेफेलिक प्रेजेंटेशन क्या होता है 

सेफेलिक प्रेजेंटेशन या हेड प्रेजेंटेशन या हेड-फर्स्ट प्रेजेंटेशन बच्चे के जन्म के दौरान एक स्थिति भ्रूण (Foetus) में होता है और सिर पहले श्रोणि में प्रवेश करता है

मस्तक प्रस्तुति का सबसे सामान्य रूप शीर्ष प्रस्तुति है जहां पश्चकपाल (Occiput ) जो दिमाग का पीछला हिसा होता है और प्रमुख भाग है (वह भाग जो पहले जन्म नहर में प्रवेश करता है)

  • पीरियड के कितने दिन बाद ओवुलेशन होता है

सेफेलिक प्रेजेंटेशन के लिए भ्रूण (Fetus) की गति को हेड एंगेजमेंट कहा जाता है यह तीसरी तिमाही में होता है, सिर के जुड़ाव में भ्रूण का सिर श्रोणि गुहा में उतरता है ताकि इसका केवल एक छोटा सा हिस्सा उदर रूप से महसूस किया जा सके

पेरिनेम और गर्भाशय ग्रीवा (Perenium and Cervix) को और अधिक चपटा किया जाता है और सिर को योनि से महसूस किया जा सकता है सिर के जुड़ाव को बेबी ड्रॉप के रूप में जाना जाता है

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और जैसा कि पेट के ऊपरी हिस्से पर दबाव कम होने और सांस लेने में आसानी के कारण प्राकृतिक चिकित्सा में हल्कापन आता है हालांकि यह मूत्राशय की क्षमता को गंभीर रूप से कम कर देता है, जिसके परिणामस्वरूप अधिक बार खाली होने की आवश्यकता होती है

आपका डॉक्टर आपकी गर्भावस्था के 34वें से 36वें सप्ताह में आपके बच्चे की स्थिति की जाँच करना शुरू कर देगा यदि आपका शिशु 36वें सप्ताह तक सिर नीचे नहीं कर रहा है, तो आपका डॉक्टर उन्हें धीरे से अपनी स्थिति में लाने की कोशिश कर सकता है

हालांकि, ध्यान रखें कि ये स्थितियां बदलती रह सकती हैं, और जब तक आप प्रसव के लिए तैयार नहीं होती हैं, तब तक आपके बच्चे की स्थिति वास्तव में काम में नहीं आती है

सेफैलिक प्रेजेंटेशन स्थिति दो प्रकार की हो सकती है – Two Types Of Cephalic Presentation in Hindi 

Two Types Of Cephalic Presentation

1) मस्तक पश्चकपाल पूर्वकाल (Cephalic Occiput Anterior)

यह स्थति ऐसी होती है जिसमे आपका शिशु सिर के नीचे है और आपकी पीठ की ओर है,  लगभग 95 प्रतिशत बच्चे इस अवस्था में होते है

इस स्थिति को प्रसव के लिए सबसे अच्छा माना जाता है क्योंकि सिर के लिए “मुकुट” या जन्म देते ही आसानी से बाहर आना सबसे आसान है

2) मस्तक पश्चकपाल पश्च (Cephalic Occiput Posterior)

आपका शिशु सिर के बल नीचे है और उसका चेहरा आपके पेट की ओर है, यह प्रसव को थोड़ा कठिन बना सकता है क्योंकि सिर इस तरह चौड़ा होता है और फंसने की संभावना अधिक होती है

Occiput Posterior Cephalic Presentation In Hindi = मस्तक पश्चकपाल पश्च

केवल 5 प्रतिशत मस्तक शिशु ही इस तरह का सामना करते हैं। इस स्थिति को कभी-कभी “सनी साइड अप बेबी” कहा जाता है

सिर-प्रथम मस्तक की स्थिति में कुछ शिशुओं के सिर भी पीछे की ओर झुके होते हैं, इसलिए वे जन्म नहर से गुजरते हैं और पहले विश्व मुख में प्रवेश करते हैं लेकिन यह बहुत दुर्लभ है और समय से पहले (शुरुआती) प्रसव में सबसे आम है

सर विभिन्न स्थिति क्या हैं – What Are The Different Positions Of Head

आपका शिशु ब्रीच (नीचे-नीचे) स्थिति या यहां तक कि अनुप्रस्थ (बग़ल में) स्थिति में बस सकता है

पीछे का भाग (Breech)

BREECH AND VERTEX presentation

ब्रीच माँ और बच्चे दोनों के लिए जटिलताएँ पैदा कर सकता है ऐसा इसलिए है क्योंकि अगर आपका शिशु पहले नीचे से बाहर आने का फैसला करता है तो बर्थ कैनाल को चौड़ा खोलना होगा

  • गर्भवस्था और गर्भपात संबंधित पूरी जानकारी हिंदी में

जैसे ही वे बाहर की ओर खिसकते हैं, उनके पैरों या बाहों का थोड़ा उलझ जाना भी आसान हो जाता है हालाँकि केवल चार प्रतिशत बच्चे ही प्रसव के समय नीचे-पहली स्थिति में होते है

Cephalic Presentation In Hindi के बारे में आइये थोडा और बारीकी से जानते है

  • फ्रैंक ब्रीच (Frank Breech)

यह तब होता है जब आपके बच्चे का पेट नीचे होता है और उसके पैर सीधे होते हैं इसलिए उसके पैर उसके चेहरे के करीब होते हैं, बच्चे निश्चित रूप से लचीले होते हैं

  • पूर्ण ब्रीच (Complete Breach)

यह तब होता है जब आपका शिशु अपने पैरों को नीचे की ओर रखते हुए लगभग पैरों को पार करने की स्थिति में आ जाता है

  • अपूर्ण ब्रीच (Incomplete Breach)

यदि आपके बच्चे का एक पैर मुड़ा हुआ है (जैसे क्रॉस-लेग्ड बैठना) जबकि दूसरा उनके सिर या किसी अन्य दिशा की ओर किक करने की कोशिश कर रहा है, तो वे अपूर्ण ब्रीच स्थिति में हैं

  • फुटलिंग ब्रीच (Footling Breach)

यह तब होता है जब बच्चे के दोनों पैर जन्म नहर में नीचे होते हैं, इसलिए वे पहले पैर से बाहर निकलेंगे

भ्रूण (Foetus) कब सेफेलिक पोजीशन में आता है

गर्भावस्था के 32वें से 36वें सप्ताह के दौरान अधिकांश शिशु इस स्थिति में आ जाते हैं हालांकि, इस बात की कोई संभावना नहीं है कि 33 सप्ताह के बाद आपका शिशु अपनी स्थिति में बदलाव करेगा

  • ट्रान्सवर्स की स्थति  Transverse’s Condition

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Transverse’s Condition

करवट के बल में स्थिति जहां आपका बच्चा क्षैतिज रूप से आपके पेट के पार होता है उसे अनुप्रस्थ भी कहा जाता है कुछ बच्चे इस तरह से शुरू कर सकते हैं जब आपकी तारीख करीब होती है,

लेकिन फिर सभी तरह से सिर की पहली मस्तक स्थिति (Cephalic Presentation In Hindi )  में स्थानांतरित करने का निर्णय लेते हैं

  • गुड़ खाने से पीरियड आता है

इसलिए यदि आपका शिशु आपके पेट के आर-पार बैठा है जैसे कि वह झूला में झूल रहा हो, तो हो सकता है कि वह थका हुआ हो और दूसरी पाली से पहले सभी गतिविधियों से ब्रेक ले रहा हो

दुर्लभ मामलों में, एक बच्चा गर्भ में बग़ल में जा सकता है (हिलने की कोशिश नहीं की) इन मामलों में, आपका डॉक्टर आपकी डिलीवरी के लिए सिजेरियन सेक्शन (सी-सेक्शन) की सिफारिश कर सकता है

कैसे पता करे की शिशु (बच्चा) किस पोजीशन में है

आपका डॉक्टर यह पता लगा सकता है कि आपका शिशु वास्तव में कहाँ है

  • एक शारीरिक परीक्षण से पता कर सकते है की आपका शिशु किस अवस्था में है 

अपने बच्चे की रूपरेखा प्राप्त करने के लिए अपने पेट को महसूस करना और उस पर दबाव डालना एक अल्ट्रासाउंड स्कैन

आपके बच्चे की एक सटीक छवि प्रदान करता है और यहां तक कि यह पता लगा सकता है कि वे किस स्थिति का सामना कर रहे हैं

  • अपने बच्चे के दिल की धड़कन को सुनना भी बता सकता है आपके बच्चे की पोजीशन

बच्चे के दिल को सुनना आपके डॉक्टर को एक अच्छा अनुमान देता है कि आपका बच्चा आपके गर्भ में कहाँ बसा है

यदि आप पहले से ही प्रसव पीड़ा में हैं और आपका शिशु मस्तक की प्रस्तुति में नहीं बदल रहा है, या अचानक एक अलग स्थिति में कलाबाजी करने का फैसला करता है,  तो आपका डॉक्टर आपकी डिलीवरी के बारे में चिंतित हो सकता है

आपके डॉक्टर को जिन अन्य चीजों की जांच करनी है, उनमें शामिल हैं कि आपके गर्भ के अंदर प्लेसेंटा और गर्भनाल कहाँ हैं, एक चलता-फिरता बच्चा कभी-कभी अपने पैर या हाथ को अपनी गर्भनाल में फंसा सकता है आपके डॉक्टर को मौके पर ही यह तय करना पड़ सकता है कि सी-सेक्शन आपके और आपके बच्चे के लिए बेहतर है या नहीं

आप अपने बच्चे की स्थिति कैसे पता कर सकती है

आप यह बताने में सक्षम हो सकती हैं कि आपका बच्चा किस स्थिति में है, जहां आपको लगता है कि उनके छोटे पैर उनके सॉकर किक का अभ्यास करते हैं

  • यदि आपका शिशु ब्रीच (नीचे-पहले) की स्थिति में है, तो आप अपने पेट के निचले हिस्से या कमर के क्षेत्र में लात मारते हुए महसूस कर सकती हैं, यदि आपका शिशु मस्तक (सिर से नीचे) की स्थिति में है, तो वह आपकी पसलियों या पेट के ऊपरी हिस्से में गोल कर सकता है
  • यदि आप अपने पेट को रगड़ते हैं, तो आप अपने बच्चे की स्थति पता लगाने के लिए पर्याप्त रूप से महसूस कर सकते हैं कि वे किस स्थिति में हैं

एक लंबा चिकना क्षेत्र आपके बच्चे की पीठ है, एक गोल कठोर क्षेत्र उनका सिर है, जबकि ऊबड़ हिस्से पैर हैं अन्य घुमावदार क्षेत्र शायद कंधे, हाथ या पैर हैं, आप अपने पेट के अंदर की तरफ एड़ी या हाथ का निशान भी देख सकते हैं

गर्भावस्था में लाइटनिंग क्या है

गर्भावस्था में लाइटनिंग क्या है

आपकी गर्भावस्था के 37 से 40 सप्ताह के बीच कभी-कभी आपका शिशु स्वाभाविक रूप से मस्तक (सिर से नीचे) की स्थिति में आ जाएगा,  आपके प्रतिभाशाली नन्हे द्वारा इस रणनीतिक स्थिति परिवर्तन को “लाइटनिंग” कहा जाता है

आप अपने निचले पेट में भारी या भरा हुआ महसूस कर सकते हैं – यह बच्चे का सिर है!

आप यह भी देख सकते हैं कि आपका पेट बटन अब “बाहर है जो आपके बच्चे का सिर और ऊपरी शरीर आपके पेट को धक्का दे रहा है”, जैसे ही आपका शिशु मस्तक की स्थिति में आता है, आप अचानक नोटिस कर सकती हैं कि आप अधिक गहरी सांस ले सकती हैं क्योंकि वे अब और जोर नहीं दे रहे हैं

हालाँकि, आपको और भी अधिक पेशाब करना पड़ सकता है क्योंकि आपका शिशु आपके मूत्राशय पर जोर दे रहा है Cephalic Presentation In Hindi का क्या अर्थ है यह तो आप समझ गए होंगे आइये जानते है की बच्चा कैसे मुड़ता है

क्या आपका बच्चा मुड़ सकता है

अपने पेट को सहलाने से आपको अपने बच्चे को महसूस करने में मदद मिलती है, और आपका शिशु आपको ठीक पीछे महसूस करता है, कभी-कभी अपने पेट को बच्चे पर थपथपाने से वह हिलने लगेगा बच्चे को मोड़ने के लिए कुछ घरेलू तरीके भी हैं, जैसे योग मुद्राएं

ब्रीच बेबी को सेफेलिक पोजीशन में लाने के लिए डॉक्टर एक्सटर्नल सेफेलिक वर्जन (ईसीवी) नामक तकनीक का इस्तेमाल करते हैं इसमें आपके बच्चे को सही दिशा में ले जाने में मदद करने के लिए मालिश और पेट पर जोर देना शामिल है

कुछ मामलों में दवाएं जो आपको और आपकी मांसपेशियों को आराम देने में मदद करती हैं, आपके बच्चे को मोड़ने में मदद कर सकती हैं

  • सफेद पानी की रामबाण दवा

यदि आपका शिशु पहले से ही मस्तक की स्थिति में है, लेकिन सही दिशा का सामना नहीं कर रहा है, तो डॉक्टर कभी-कभी प्रसव के दौरान योनि के माध्यम से बच्चे को धीरे से दूसरी तरफ मोड़ने में मदद कर सकते हैं

बेशक, बच्चा बनना इस बात पर भी निर्भर करता है कि वे कितने बड़े हैं

आप कितने छोटे हैं और यदि आप गुणकों के साथ गर्भवती हैं, तो आपके बच्चे जन्म के दौरान भी स्थिति बदल सकते हैं क्योंकि आपके गर्भ में जगह खुलती है

शिशु की जान को जोखिम – Risk for Baby

सेफेलिक प्रेजेंटेशन के मामले में मां की संकीर्ण श्रोणि (Narrow Pelvis) जैसी कुछ स्थितियां ऐसी प्रस्तुति में जटिलताओं के जोखिम को बढ़ा सकती हैं

हेड-फर्स्ट सेफेलिक प्रेजेंटेशन में कुछ शिशुओं के सिर पीछे की ओर झुके हुए हो सकते हैं नतीजन वे जन्म नहर के माध्यम से आगे बढ़ते हैं और पहले बाहर आते हैं जिससे समय से पहले प्रसव होता है हालाँकि यह दुर्लभ है

ब्रीच बेबी की संभावना – Chances of Breech Baby

आपके ब्रीच बेबी होने की संभावना अधिक है यदि आप आपके पूर्ण कार्यकाल से पहले प्रारंभिक श्रम में जाएं, असामान्य रूप से आकार का गर्भाशय, फाइब्रॉएड, या बहुत अधिक एमनियोटिक द्रव है मल्टीपल प्लेसेंटा प्रिविया के साथ गर्भवती हैं (जब प्लेसेंटा गर्भाशय ग्रीवा को कवर करता है)

गर्भावस्था में सेफालिक प्रेजेंटेशन के फायदे – Advantages of Cephalic Presentation

एक उत्तम टीम एक लेबर और डिलीवरी नर्स की मदद से सेफेलिक डिलीवरी करती है आइए अब गर्भावस्था के दौरान मस्तक की स्थिति करने के कई लाभों के बारे में जानें

नवजात शिशु को जन्म देने के लिए मस्तक की स्थिति सबसे अच्छा और सुरक्षित तरीका है क्योंकि प्रसव के दौरान बच्चा सिर के नीचे और पीठ की ओर होता है

मस्तक मुद्रा का उपयोग शिशु को प्रसव नहर के माध्यम से जहां तक संभव हो, आसानी से और सुरक्षित रूप से स्थानांतरित करने में मदद करने के लिए किया जाता है, ‘सिफेलिक प्रेजेंटेशन’ से सहज जन्म की संभावना बढ़ जाती है

बाहरी सेफालिक संस्करण (ECV)

ECV में स्वास्थ्य सेवा प्रदाता शामिल होता है जो भ्रूण को बाहर से मोड़ने के लिए आपके पेट पर दबाव डालता है वे सिर को आगे या पीछे घुमाने और नितंबों को ऊपर की ओर उठाने का प्रयास करेंगे,  कभी-कभी यह प्रक्रिया को निर्देशित करने में सहायता के लिए अल्ट्रासाउंड का उपयोग करते हैं

ई.सी.वी करने का सबसे अच्छा समय गर्भावस्था के लगभग 37 सप्ताह का होता है, इसके बाद, भ्रूण की हृदय गति की निगरानी यह सुनिश्चित करने के लिए की जाएगी कि यह सामान्य स्तरों के भीतर है

ईसीवी की सफलता दर 50% से 60% है,  हालांकि भले ही यह काम करता हो, फिर भी एक मौका है कि भ्रूण जन्म से पहले ब्रीच स्थिति में वापस आ जाएगा

सेफालिक प्रेजेंटेशन में नॉर्मल डिलीवरी की संभावना

लगभग 95% शिशुओं का जन्म मस्तक प्रस्तुति में होता है जो अपना सिर पहले चेहरा रखते हैं क्योंकि डिलीवरी के दौरान आसानी से बाहर आना आसान हो जाता है, इस प्रकार मस्तक की स्थिति प्रसव के लिए सबसे अच्छी मानी जाती है

सेफालिक प्रेजेंटेशन (Cephalic Presentation) में लड़का है या लड़की कैसे जाने 

रिपोर्टों के अनुसार, पूर्वकाल प्लेसेंटा (Anterior Placenta) होने से पता चलता है कि आप एक लड़की की उम्मीद कर रहे हैं, जबकि पोस्टीरियर प्लेसेंटा (Posterior Placenta) होने का मतलब है कि आप एक लड़के की उम्मीद कर रहे हैं

ब्रीच डिलीवरी जैसी जटिलताओं के लिए माँ कैसे तैयारी कर सकती है, यदि गर्भावस्था के 37 सप्ताह में शिशु ब्रीच स्थिति में है तो आपका डॉक्टर यह कर सकता है की

  • अपने बच्चे को सिर की पहली स्थिति में बदलने का प्रयास करें
  • योनि ब्रीच जन्म की योजना बनाएं
  • सी-सेक्शन जन्म की योजना बनाएं

भ्रूण (Fetus) को मोड़ने के प्राकृतिक तरीके

ऐसे प्राकृतिक तरीके भी हैं जो भ्रूण को सेफालिक प्रेजेंटेशन में बदलने में मदद कर सकते हैं हालांकि, कोई चिकित्सा अनुसंधान नहीं है जो उनकी प्रभावकारिता की पुष्टि करता है

  • अपनी पोजीशन बदलना

जब आप कुछ पोजीशन में आते हैं तो कभी-कभी भ्रूण हिल जाएगा

  • आपके प्रदाता द्वारा सुझाई गई दो विशिष्ट चाल में शामिल हैं

अपने हाथों और घुटनों पर बैठना और धीरे से आगे-पीछे करना एक और आप कोशिश कर सकते हैं कि अपने घुटनों को मोड़कर और पैरों को फर्श पर सपाट (ब्रिज पोज़) के साथ अपनी पीठ के बल लेटते हुए अपने कूल्हों को हवा में ऊपर की ओर धकेलें

  • उत्तेजक ध्वनियाँ बजाना ( Exciting music tunes)

भ्रूण ध्वनि की ओर प्रवृत्त होते हैं आप अपने निचले पेट के पास संगीत बजाकर या अपनी आवाज की रिकॉर्डिंग करके भ्रूण को ब्रीच स्थिति से बाहर निकालने में सफल हो सकते हैं

  • कायरोप्रैक्टिक देखभाल (Chiropractic care)

एक हाड वैद्य वेबस्टर तकनीक की कोशिश कर सकता है। यह एक विशिष्ट कायरोप्रैक्टिक विश्लेषण और समायोजन है जो कायरोप्रैक्टर्स को गर्भवती व्यक्ति के श्रोणि में संतुलन स्थापित करने और गर्भाशय और सहायक स्नायुबंधन पर अनुचित तनाव को कम करने में सक्षम बनाता है

  • एक्यूपंक्चर (Acupuncture)

यह काफी सुरक्षित तरीका है जिससे कोई व्यक्ति भ्रूण को मोड़ने की कोशिश कर सकता है, कुछ चिकित्सक मोक्सीबस्टन को शामिल करते हैं

शरीर के कुछ क्षेत्रों पर सूखे मगवॉर्ट को जलाना भी एक तरीका है क्योंकि उनका मानना ​​​​है कि इससे सफलता की संभावना बढ़ जाएगी

जबकि अधिकांश बच्चे प्रसव के समय मस्तक की स्थिति में पैदा होते हैं, हमेशा ऐसा नहीं होता है और जबकि कुछ भ्रूणों को घुमाया जा सकता है, अन्य अधिक जिद्दी हो सकते हैं

यह आपके श्रम और प्रसव की इच्छाओं को प्रभावित कर सकता है यह याद रखने की कोशिश करें कि एक स्वस्थ बच्चा होना और खुद का स्वस्थ रहना आपकी अंतिम प्राथमिकताएं हैं आपको अधिक आराम और तनावग्रस्त होना चाहिए

टर्निंग विकल्पों और डिलीवरी के सबसे सुरक्षित मार्ग के बारे में अपने स्वास्थ्य सेवा प्रदाता से बात करने से आपको इस मोड़ को बेहतर ढंग से समायोजित करने में मदद मिल सकती है

FAQs – Cephalic Presentation In Hindi

सवाल : शिशु को मस्तक की स्थिति में कब होना चाहिए?

आपकी गर्भावस्था के 37 से 40 सप्ताह के बीच आपका शिशु स्वाभाविक रूप से सेफालिक प्रेजेंटेशन में आ जाएगा

सवाल : क्या सेफालिक पोजीशन सुरक्षित है?

शोध से पता चलता है कि 95% बच्चे अपनी तिथि से कुछ सप्ताह या दिन पहले सेफेलिक लेते हैं, इसे सबसे सुरक्षित पोजीशन माना जाता है, यह एक सहज जन्म प्रक्रिया सुनिश्चित करता है

जबकि अधिकांश बच्चे प्रसव के समय मस्तक की स्थिति में होते हैं, यह हमेशा ऐसा नहीं होता है यदि आपके पास एक ब्रीच बेबी है, तो आप अपने डॉक्टर से प्रसव के लिए उपलब्ध विकल्पों पर चर्चा कर सकती हैं

सवाल : क्या मस्तक प्रस्तुति का मतलब श्रम निकट है?

जन्म के दौरान आपके गर्भाशय के भीतर आपके बच्चे के लिए सिर नीचे करना आदर्श स्थिति है। इसे सेफेलिक पोजीशन के नाम से जाना जाता है

यह आसन आपके बच्चे को डिलीवरी कैनाल से अधिक आसानी से और सुरक्षित रूप से गुजरने देता है, लगभग 97% जन्म मस्तक प्रस्तुति के माध्यम से होते हैं

सवाल : क्या शिशु मस्तक से ब्रीच में बदल सकते हैं?

ब्रीच शिशु को मोड़ने के लिए बाहरी मस्तक संस्करण (ई.सी.वी) सबसे लगातार प्रक्रिया है

गर्भावस्था के लगभग 37 सप्ताह में, आपका स्वास्थ्य देखभाल पेशेवर इसे करेगा, यह सर्जरी आपात स्थिति के दौरान अस्पताल में की जाती है

सवाल : मैं अपने बच्चे को Cephalic Presentation में कैसे रख सकती हूँ?

हालाँकि, यदि आपका शिशु को सेफेलिक पोजीशन में आ जाता है, तो यह स्वाभाविक है, लेकिन यदि आप चाहते हैं कि आपका बच्चा केवल इसी स्थिति में रहे, तो आप अपने बच्चे की स्थिति को प्रसव या को सेफेलिक पोजीशन में लाने के लिए कुछ प्रकार के व्यायाम कर सकती हैं

ब्रीच टिल्ट, फॉरवर्ड-लीनिंग पोजीशन (स्पिनिंग बेबी प्रोग्राम), कैट और कैमल पोज जैसे व्यायाम

लगभग 95 प्रतिशत बच्चे अपनी नियत तारीख से कुछ सप्ताह या दिन पहले सिर की पहली स्थिति में गिर जाते हैं,  इसे सेफेलिक प्रेजेंटेशन कहा जाता है, और जब जन्म देने की बात आती है तो यह माँ और बच्चे के लिए सबसे सुरक्षित होती है

सेफेलिक प्रेजेंटेशन विभिन्न प्रकार की होती है सबसे आम और सबसे सुरक्षित वह जगह है जहाँ शिशु आपकी पीठ की ओर उन्मुख होता है, यदि आपका बच्चा अपनी पोजीशन बदलने का फैसला करता है या आपके गर्भ में सिर नीचे करने से इनकार करता है

तो आपका डॉक्टर उसे सेफेलिक प्रेजेंटेशन में ले जाने में सक्षम हो सकता है, ब्रीच (नीचे पहले) और अनुप्रस्थ (बग़ल में) जैसी अन्य शिशु स्थितियों का मतलब यह हो सकता है कि आपकी सी-सेक्शन डिलीवरी होनी चाहिए

आपका डॉक्टर आपको यह तय करने में मदद करेगा कि डिलीवरी का समय होने पर आपके और आपके बच्चे के लिए सबसे अच्छा क्या है

हमने आज इस आर्टिकल में Cephalic Presentation In Hindi  के बारे में सम्पूर्ण जानकारी देने का प्रयास किया है, हमें आशा है की आपको यह आर्टिकल अच्छा लगा होगा, किसी भी आशंका के लिए हमें Comment करिये हम ज़ल्द से ज़ल्द आपके Comment का Reply देने का प्रयास करेंगे

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presentation noun ( EVENT )

  • talk She will give a talk on keeping kids safe on the internet.
  • lecture The lecture is entitled "War and the Modern American Presidency."
  • presentation We were given a presentation of progress made to date.
  • speech You might have to make a speech when you accept the award.
  • address He took the oath of office then delivered his inaugural address.
  • oration It was to become one of the most famous orations in American history.
  • The presentation was a collaborative effort by all the children in the class .
  • The charity invited the press to a presentation of its plans for the future .
  • The magazine asked its readers to send in their comments about the new style of presentation.
  • Jenny's retiring and I think there's going to be a small presentation this afternoon .
  • Graduates must be in full academic dress at the presentation of certificates .
  • call for papers
  • extemporize
  • maiden speech
  • talk at someone

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presentation noun ( APPEARANCE )

  • adverse conditions
  • have it in you idiom
  • stock-in-trade
  • unaffiliated
  • undercurrent

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Ruby Franke and Jodi Hildebrandt sentenced to up to 30 years in prison in child abuse case

By Kerry Breen

Updated on: February 20, 2024 / 3:17 PM EST / CBS News

Parenting YouTuber Ruby Franke and her business parter Jodi Hildebrandt, who pleaded guilty to child abuse charges that stemmed from one of Franke's children  escaping Hildebrandt's house  in August to beg a neighbor for help, have been sentenced to prison. Each could serve as much as 30 years, the prosecutor said after the hearing, the most severe penalty available under Utah law.

Franke has been sentenced to four consecutive prison terms, CBS News affiliate KUTV reported Tuesday , which could range from one to 15 years each. The Utah Board of Pardons and Parole will determine prison time, KUTV reported. Franke has 30 days to appeal the decision. 

Hildebrandt received the same sentence of four consecutive prison terms, KUTV reported, which could again range from one to 15 years each. Like Franke, Hildebrandt's prison time will be determined by the Utah Board of Pardons and Parole.

Franke, who gave parenting advice on her now-defunct "8 Passengers" YouTube channel, and Hildebrandt, who operated a counseling business called ConneXions Classroom, were each initially charged with six counts of aggravated child abuse, a second-degree felony. Each count carried a potential penalty of one to 15 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000. 

While reading the sentencing recommendation, state prosecutor Eric Clarke compared the environment Franke's children faced to a "concentration camp-like setting," and said that Franke "committed horrible acts of child abuse." While addressing Hildebrandt's charges, Clarke called her a "significant threat" to the community. 

Both women addressed the court before their sentencings, with Hildebrandt saying that she would "submit to what the state feels is an appropriate amount of time served." Franke admitted that she and Hildebrandt had "inflicted the injuries" on her children. She said that she had been "led to believe that this world is an evil place" and that Hildebrandt had never been her "business responsibility," but that she had paid the other woman to be her mentor. Franke also thanked public safety officials who rescued her children, calling them "angels," according to KUTV. 

"My charges are just," Franke said. "They offer safety to my family, accountability to the public." 

What did Ruby Franke and Jodi Hildebrandt do? 

In December, Franke  pleaded guilty to four counts of child abuse  and admitted that she tortured her children, including the now 12-year-old boy who escaped Hildebrandt's home. In the plea agreement, which contained graphic details of abuse, Franke said her son was often kept bound, and that her nine-year-old daughter was made to do manual labor outside in the hot sun with no water or shoes. Both children were often told they were possessed and that their punishments were necessary to help them. 

The boy told officials that Hildebrandt had tied him up and used home remedies to treat wounds caused by the restraints, according to court documents reviewed by KUTV . 

As part of her plea deal, Franke agreed to serve a prison term and agreed that her sentences would run consecutively. She also agreed to testify against Hildebrandt. 

Hildebrandt also pleaded guilty , just days after Franke, to four counts of child abuse. Her plea agreement stated that she either tortured the children or was aware of the abuse. The agreement also stated that Hildebrandt "either physically forced or coerced" Franke's daughter to "jump into a cactus multiple times." 

The crimes were motivated by their religious faith, said Washington County Attorney Eric Clarke in a statement.

"This is a case about religious extremism. The defendants appear to have fully believed that the abuse they inflicted was necessary to teach the children how to properly repent for imagined 'sins' and to cast the evil spirits out of their bodies," Clarke said. "Hildebrandt regularly stated that God communicated directly with her and gave her directions. Franke accepted Hildebrandt as her leader and followed her instructions and guidance." 

Where is Ruby Franke's family now? 

Even before the criminal charges, Franke was criticized on YouTube for her harsh punishments towards her children, including once banning one of her children from his bedroom for seven months because he pranked his younger brother.  The YouTube channel, which began in 2015, ended after seven years. 

Franke's husband, Kevin Franke, has filed for divorce. In early September, a lawyer for Kevin Franke told CBS News that he was representing his client's interests in keeping his children together and in his care and that he could not comment on Ruby Franke's arrest. 

Kevin Franke appeared in court Friday alongside Franke's two eldest children. While speaking from the stand, Franke apologized to her former husband. "You are the love of my life," she said, according to KUTV. "The ending of our marriage is a tragedy."

Franke's parents and brother both filed statements with the court ahead of her sentencing Tuesday, blaming Hildebrandt's influence for her actions. Franke's brother Beau Griffiths said that he had also been enrolled in Hildebrandt's ConneXions program.

"At the continued encouragement of Ms. Hildebrandt, Ruby systematically pushed those around her away, first myself, and then our sisters, parents, and close friends, and then her husband, and finally her own children," Griffiths said in part. "Ruby has clearly been brainwashed. She has been taken advantage of by Ms. Hildebrandt." 

Franke's sisters,  Julie Griffiths Deru  and  Bonnie Hoellein , YouTubers themselves,  shared videos detailing  Franke's separation from the family and stating that they were not aware of her actions. 

Franke's parents, Chad and Jennifer Griffiths, said in their statement to the court that for three years they only had "brief communications" with their daughter, where she "accused us of either things that never happen or she grossly exaggerated the events that did." 

"She was delusional," they said, according to KUTV. "She was so deeply brainwashed we could not recognize her." 

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Kerry Breen

Kerry Breen is a reporter and news editor at CBSNews.com. A graduate of New York University's Arthur L. Carter School of Journalism, she previously worked at NBC News' TODAY Digital. She covers current events, breaking news and issues including substance use.

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