PowerPoint presentations are an important medium in controlling and reporting. More than in reports that are produced for reading, presentations should always show clear intentions and content. The slides, which are shown in a presentation, are not the focus, but rather they accompany and support the presenter in his statements. Visualizations such as figures, charts and tables are therefore of paramount importance.
Correctly implemented and used visualizations are expressed, which can only be formulated verbally. They offer starting points for argumentations and explanations or impressively demonstrate what has been said. In reporting, “correct” means primarily: clear, uniform, condensed – and with a clear reference to the message of the presenter.