The World's Worst PowerPoint Presentations

Yes, people who think that it's okay to put 100 graphs on one slide do exist.

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Images and Text Do Not Mix

This PowerPoint presentation on cars (we know it's about cars because an introductory slide consists of the word "CARS" in huge, garish orange-and-blue letters) puts all of its images in the background (after applying a little tasteful fading), with paragraphs of text overlaid on them. This accomplishes the difficult feat of making the images hard to look at and the text hard to read. Perfect--a lose-lose situation!

The presenter could have consolidated the text in one part of the image, using the image's horizontal guiding lines; but that didn't happen, so the slide manages to look sloppy as well as unreadable. Bonus points for misspelling "carburetor."


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