Three, no four ways the Spanish Inquisition will help you write better headings than this one.

    I bet you were not expecting me to use the Spanish Inquisition to help you write better headings. Well, that’s the point, isn’t it? Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition and I’m guessing that it got your attention, or you would not have read this far. The Spanish Inquisition have several ways to helpMeer lezen over “Three, no four ways the Spanish Inquisition will help you write better headings than this one.”

Do not underestimate the power of the dark slide.

Yes, there is one. A dark side of PowerPoint I mean. It can be a tad dominant (like Vader). In fact, some presentations look as if the speaker has thought only about what they could show in PowerPoint, instead of what they wanted to say. All the books I know that deal with preparing presentationsMeer lezen over “Do not underestimate the power of the dark slide.”

Section Intoductions: Tell Your Readers What to Expect

When you divide your text into subsections you will have to make your reader understand what you are doing and what you are doing it for. This means that all sections at first and second level that you split up into subsections get an introduction. Third level sections  usually don’t get an introduction as theyMeer lezen over “Section Intoductions: Tell Your Readers What to Expect”