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Earlier I wrote about how to show bottom-up approach using simple bullets. Now let us do the same thing using SmartArt. Here we can use various visuals and enhance the visualization.
Transitions should be used to emphasize some change from pervious slide to next slide. Usually the changes are opposite – before/after, less/more, negative/positive, problem/solution etc. But there are transitions which are useful when there is continuity rather than dramatic change. Here is an example: How to show your product range – one product at a time…
You cannot. As long as it is text. But you CAN if you convert it to a picture. But there is little more to be done to create great looking text for your presentations. Read on and find out how. (Reading time 8 min)
Often we need to convert text to pictures in PowerPoint. Many effects like Artistic effects, Color effects, Brightness / Contrast, etc. cannot be applied to text – but can be applied to images. Here is how you do it. (Reading time 3 min)
In the previous article (SmartArt Animation: Part 1) we saw three types of Animation Effects for SmartArt: As one object, One by On and All at Once. In this article, we will explore remaining two – Level at Once and Level One by One. These two types of effects are available only if you have multi-level bullets. Let us learn these two features. (Reading time 4 min)
SmartArt offers 5 special types of animation. Most of these are never used. We will find out how and when to use these. Two part series (Reading time 7 min)