PowerPoint Transitions are extremely useful in emphasizing the change from the previous to the next slide. We have already seen how to learn all the transitions quickly. In this article, we discuss how to apply transition to multiple slides and see the results.
Just finished a one-week tour of New Zealand. Covered 20 customers and 1100+ users. During the session for Air New Zealand, I promised them that I will write a blog about how to make a plane fly using two simple yet powerful PowerPoint features: Remove Background and Motion Path. Watch the video. I have also put detailed instructions below.
In the earlier post, we saw how boring text can be converted into interesting and high-impact slides. The only pending problem was that splitting text into words or characters needed to be done manually. That is a tedious process. Therefore, I wrote a macro to simplify this activity. Read on to find out how to download and use this macro.
Here is a list of all the articles I have written about PowerPoint SmartArt. This is a LIVE list. I will update it whenever I write more articles about SmartArt.
- Boring to Exciting ppt – in few clicks!
- Marketing: Arranging multiple pictures in few clicks
- Show Off and Learn: Picture Organization Chart in 2 minutes
- Video Tutorial: How to show collaboration in PowerPoint (4 min)
- Marketing: How to create “Our Customers” Slide in seconds
- Applied Knowledge: SWOT and PEST analysis (PowerPoint)
- Applied Knowledge: Show an Iterative Process using SmartArt
- What did I learn today: Dual SmartArt
- SmartArt Animation: Part 1
- SmartArt Animation: Part 2: Multi-level diagrams
- Bottom-Up approach using SmartArt
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 Artistic Effects 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)