This is an utterly useless activity. Learn how multiple products can come together to create unimaginable things. Check it out!
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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)
In an earlier article, I had shown a method of making a picture transparent using the Transparency animation. This method shows the transparency only while PRESENTING – not while EDITING. Here is a macro which will help you create a transparent copy of any picture which is transparent during editing as well.
Shift is called the CONSTRAIN key. It constrains the proportions in this case.
Yes – I am starting with a recap. There is so much you can do with Videos in PowerPoint (2010 onwards), that it will require many articles. In this article, I will explain ALL that you can do with videos. Later we will cover specific features in-depth.
In one word you can do “EVERYTHING” with a video that you can do with a picture or a shape. That is immensely sophisticated yet very easy to do …
Download this colorful animated presentation and find out how it was done.
|Sometimes you receive slides where the original layout is spoilt manually.
You then struggle to get it back to normal – manually.
Here is a ONE CLICK solution.