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Grand Daddy

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The ideal balance between the visual and the verbal depends on

A) the nature of your audience.
B) the length of the report/presentation.
C) the amount of money available for underwriting the costs of graphics.
D) internal company guidelines.
E) the placement of the visual.

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Explanation: A) Each audience responds best to a particular balance and emphasis. A non-English speaking audience, for example, may require extra visuals to get around language barriers. A largely academic audience, in contrast, might respond better to a text-heavy presentation.

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