No one complains when your presentation lettering information is too big but they will, and should if it is too small.
Legibility is a big part of presentations. As the speaker, you are not expected to read out word-by-word every sentence in a paragraph- the audience is supposed to read the text on the screen and understand it.
- However they won’t be able to process your content if the letter size is too small or if the font is illegible.
- Unreadable fonts can annoy or distract your audience, which will make it harder for them to retain information
- Small sized fonts can strain the audience’s eyes causing frustration and distractions.
- If the text is indecipherable the audience may choose to not read it at all. This could upset the audience as your presentation would seem like a waste of time.