Manuscript Speech

Term explanation  •  Category Speeches

Definition and meaning

For a manuscript speech, the speaker has an entire manuscript to read from. The benefit is that, as every single word is scripted, no important parts will be missed. However, speeches that are fully written down often seem unnatural and may bore the audience.

SlideLizard

PowerPoint allows you to take notes on your slides, which you can see during your presentation. This will help your presentation flow more smoothly. You can read more about presentation notes in our blog post.

Learn more



Other glossary terms

Open Questions

In contrast to closed questions, the answer to open questions can be more detailed and creative. You can convey more information.

Learn more

Tutorials

Tutorials are videos with instructions that show how for example a product or a software works.

Learn more

Master view

In the master view in PowerPoint you can edit the Slide Master.

Learn more

Vocal distractions

In vocal distractions filler words like um, er, and you know are used during a pause.

Learn more






Top blog articles
More posts

6 Tips to turn your boring slides into stunning presentations

The 5 best PowerPoint-Plugins in 2022

SlideLizard Live Polls

Get started with Live Polls, Q&A and slides

for your PowerPoint Presentations

Pimp my PPT

Be the first to know!

The latest SlideLizard news, articles, and resources,
sent straight to your inbox.

- or follow us on -