Layout of Slides

In Powerpoint, I have four buckets of regional data with multiple items underneath. Breakout shown below.

West - Category 1, Category 2
East - Category 3, category 4, category 5
South - category 6
North- category 7, category 8

In PowerPoint slides, I wanted to have each section and then break out the categories to show 2 per slide. However, in the East region, it shows 3 categories. Should I just 1 on its own slide? Should it just be 1/2 a slide like every other category or just make it bigger to take up the full slide. I cannot fit all 3 categories on 1 slide.

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Ah, it really just depends on the data and how it looks.

I'd (generally speaking) default to putting 1/2 on a slide so each category is the same size as you move through the series.

Another thought is to put East category 5 and South category 6 on the same slide with East on the left and South on the right. You could even animate the South stuff in on click so it's not up there while you're finishing East. But again, it all kind of just depends....

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