When you're at a webinar you can literally show anything that could appear on your computer screen, including your notepad, desktop, your software or even a web browser. But I really believe that you should show a PowerPoint presentation because he helps people learn better and gives you more control over what you show on the screen.
You create your PowerPoint presentation to use at a webinar, choose a theme. Write out your slide and bullets, and the rearrange that outline consistent of slides so that it makes more sense. The first thing you should do when opening p PowerPoint and creating your instructional slide show is to choose a theme. You might notice that by default the design of your slide appears as a white background and black text. This is perfectly okay, as long as you have good information no one will care that your design looks plain.
I would rather have good information and a bad design than bad information and a good design. Take a couple of seconds and choose from the available themes or leave it at the default. The important part is going to be the slides and bullet points. With PowerPoint you add a title and a series of bullet points for every slide. If you want to show the next slide, just click on new slide and type in the titles and bullet points there as well. When you run that slide show, you simply play the current slide.
You talk a little bit about it and then you go on to the next slide. This ensures that you do not have to script anything, and you do not have to remember anything either. You just see what's on the screen and you present for a couple of minutes in each slide. But as you're putting things together you might realize that some information should go before others, or you should present your outline before going into the specific slide, or even recap information you just taught.
That is why you can easily move and drag and drop the order of your slides. I hope that stepping you through those steps in creating and presenting a webinar PowerPoint presentation convinces you that PowerPoint is the best way to present on your webinar. Open a PowerPoint, choose a theme. Write out slides and bullets and then rearrange those slides in an easy to understand and logical format.