Let's talk about a misconception: the purpose of a presentation document.
It's quite common considering the same document good enough to support a speech as well as documentation of the talk.
That's all wrong, to say the least.
Let's be clear on these points:
Plain and simple, they need to be two different documents, created with two different purposes and goals in mind, using two different best practices as well.
... a presented document is meant to support our speech. Not the other way around.
When we talk to an audience we want to inform, entertain, educate, persuade or provoke or a mix of all of them.
With this context in mind, you are the main driver and the presented document is a tool that extends your presentation abilities.
Let's focus a bit with the golden principle for any slide, that is about reducing (or better yet, removing) text as much as possible, because:
people read first the slide, then listen to you
Having said that, if you put text on a slide, leave the time to read it first!
Speaking of slides for a speech, here some purposes a slide must convey:
You get the picture, that's where PRESENTA wants to help you.
... we have to put a lot of effort on making the context right with all the details that might help understanding the thesis. We cannot clarify in person if there's something not clear.
Two different goals, two different purposes, two different documents.