Do you use record your audience's Questions and Answers?

Last updated by Brady Stroud [SSW] about 1 month ago.See history

Open a Word doc at the start of your presentation. It is a good idea to have some interaction with your audience in the form of Q&A. This will instill a lasting message long after your presentation is over.

By opening a word document on the screen or projector, everyone in the room will be clear about the questions being asked and the answers being given. This will also help you address any open issues after the presentation.

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Figure: A nice presenting technique is to write any questions and answers from your audience (live on stage)

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