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Which is a good guideline for using charts and graphs in a presentation? A. Never use charts and graphs. B. Use a lot of text to explain the charts and graphs. C. Keep charts and graphs simple and focused.

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when doing a presentation it shud be simple.. cause presenter have to do the elaboration.. so i think it's C..
Why is it generally a good idea to set the font size to at least 30 points in presentations? A. to put the focus of the presentation on the text B. to make the most important points stand out C. to ensure readability even from a distance
im not sure... is it C??? sorry... undecided.. whether B or C..

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its c

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