When you and your team have finished writing a top-notch presentation, you’ve got one more step to go. And that’s putting together the finished product so your information is clear, easy to access, and engaging. Just as you’ve created a presentation with your recipients in mind, you’ll want to use that same perspective when putting your work together in a presentation binder. With these tips, you’ll be able to put your presentation together so it’s an attractive masterpiece.
Training Manuals Built to Last
What’s the key to any effective training manual from the user’s point of view? Finding information quickly and easily. So when putting together a training manual, make sure it’s simple for the user to navigate. Use dividers to create different sections in your manual, so users can flip to the section they want right away. Label both the front and back of the divider tabs, so no matter which section the binder is already opened to, it’s easy for the user to turn to another section. Avery Index Maker® Clear Label Dividers with Easy Apply™ Label Strips are easy to create right from your desktop. Avery Templates and the auto-fill feature helps you create and print multiple sets of divider tab labels for both the front and back sides of the tabs.
To construct your training manual, you’ll want something sturdy that will stand up to heavy usage and be easy to navigate. The Avery Durable Binder is the perfect solution. In addition to its sturdiness, the binder features patented EZ-Turn™ Rings. The unique shape of these rings ensures that pages lie flat and turn more smoothly than they would on regular round rings, and holds more pages than the same size round rings.
Marketing Presentations that are Truly Professional
Let’s get straight to the point. When you’ve created a marketing presentation for busy people, you’ll want a binder that’s just as organized, concise, and professional as your work. Whether it’s next year’s marketing plan or a competitive analysis of the current market, your users will appreciate reviewing your information in an Avery Flexi-View Presentation Binder. These flexible binders are perfect for shorter, concise presentations. They’re durable and lightweight, making them easy to carry. Plus, they have a stylish graphic border on the cover that frames your work, giving it a polished and professional appearance. To create customized covers, turn to free Avery Templates to get started.
To keep the presentation organized, combine the Avery Flexi-View Presentation Binder with Avery Index Maker Clear Label Dividers with Easy Apply Label Strips. These unique dividers make it easy to create multiple sets quickly because you can actually apply all the tab labels to the dividers in one swoop. Not only are these labels easy to print and apply, they’ll give your dividers a custom-printed look.
Business Presentations that Make a Lasting Impression
Making a new business presentation for a potential client? Show them you’ve created a presentation with them in mind. A potential client wants to feel like the presentation was crafted and customized just for them. So add the details that make a difference. Best of all, you won’t have to go to an expensive outside print shop to get the job done. Start with an Avery Framed View Binder, and create an attractive title page that includes the client’s name and logo as well as your own. Avery Templates make it easy for you to create and personalize your title page. The front cover of the Avery Framed View Binder frames your title page, giving it a clean, polished look. To organize your work, use Avery Index Maker Clear Label Dividers with Easy Apply Label Strips. The clear labels give your dividers a print-shop quality look right from your desktop. For added impact, consider including the client’s logo on each tab divider. Avery Templates make it simple for you to do.
For another extra touch, create a specially designed business card to include with your presentation. With Avery Clean Edge® Two-Side Printable Business Cards and free Avery Templates, you can create personalized cards in a snap. On one side of the card you can include your contact information, such as your name, company, address, e-mail address and phone number. On the other side, consider adding a customized message to help you close the deal.
The next time you’re putting a presentation together, take a moment to think about the information and final product from the user’s perspective. When you create a presentation with them in mind, your presentation can make a valuable and lasting impact.