A feature of Tableau I hadn't used before is the story tool. This enables you to add 'slides' for sheets or dashboards to be added, which can then be annotated. The nice feature is that each 'slide' can be filtered in any way that I'd like, so the same sheet can appear twice, each with different annotations and filters. As this is all linked to data that can be updated, it looks like an easy way to prepare for regular presentations. This is all way easier than trying to remember which item to click on a sheet or dashboard.
The Presentation mode will be familiar to PowerPoint users, but the data is still capable of being filtered so that questions could be fielded if another aspect of the data needed to be explored. If the audience doesn't have access to Tableau, printing the worksheet to a PDF creates a a sheet for each slide. While not interactive, this still makes for an interesting reports format. An example two page PDF is attached to this post - the content isn't earth shattering!.
Nice tool though and one I can see me using.