1. Use trial presentation software in conjunction with Microsoft’s PowerPoint so that you can interweave ideas, bullet points and information from other sources into a combined presentation.

2. Develop your presentation well in advance so that you can work from a structured presentation. You can add new information just before the trial or during the trial, but you will save yourself last minute anxiety if you create a presentation early and have practice sessions.

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