As a professional communicator (not matter what some here my think) I found Cliff Atkison's Beyond Bullet Points recently published book a joy. Our corporate proposal management training has many of the same ideas. In our vocabulary every sentence and phrase in a document or presentation MUST describe in irrefutable beneficial outcome to the buyer. This means there is no fluff, no filler, no wasted space.
Atkinson describes a "script based" approach to making Power Point Presentations. This matches closely the Shipley as well as our proposal writing approach - storyboards. Once the storyboards are developed, they are enhanced to include the "narrative" that increases the details of the stories - "annotated markup." End with the deliverable document. There is actually more detail for all these approaches, but that's not important for this discussion.
If you're involved in any kind of "communication" process with Power Point or regular documents this is book you need to own. Once through the book it'll be obvious how poorly you've been communicating. Turns out though it's very hard to put these ideas into practice. Not because the approach is not correct, but because building clear and concise presentations or any communication is very hard.
For $25 this book should be on the shelf of any professional project manager, because project management is all about communication. Requirements, Plans, Cost, Schedule, Risk, "bad news," along with the success.