Proper Capitalization in PowerPoint

PowerPoint is one of the most ubiquitous forms of communication from the classroom to the boardroom. Consultants use it daily to convey their points to clients, students use it to present to their classmates, and corporations use it to run meetings and make decisions. Given how frequently PowerPoint if used you would expect standard formatting for PowerPoint presentations, but you’d be wrong.

Style guidelines vary widely from company to company and even presentation to presentation. Depending on the audience and purpose for the presentation, the formatting, structure, and styles may vary widely. In this article, we will specifically focus on PowerPoint titles and headings.

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