When designing professional presentations, it is often necessary to use multiple pieces of software to create an innovative design. Due to this reality, many presentations are designed using a minimum of two pieces of software: Photoshop and PowerPoint.

Since PowerPoint is not design software, most complex design elements will be created and organized in Photoshop. PowerPoint will then be used for any necessary final finessing of the design, as well as for giving structure to the overall message and flow of the presentation.

To get started designing professional presentations, learn how to utilize both Photoshop and PowerPoint for presentation design by watching the tutorial below.

Conclusion: When designing your presentations, remember: PowerPoint is not design software. Create your designs in Photoshop, or other professional design software options, and then use your designs to create slides in PowerPoint.


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