PowerPoint has theme colors. Each design (template) has a different set of colors. You want to find particular photos / images which match the theme colors. Sounds like a difficult task? Not at all. Use Insert – Online Pictures – Pexels. Install the software and search. Type the keyword and click on the color you want. Try it out now. For details read this article. Here, I searched for orange colored cars.
That’s it. Simple and effective.
Please read the PowerPoint Clipart / Online Picture articles before reading this one – Part 1 and Part 2. PowerPoint Illustration Best Practices covers how to find relevant images and how to use them efficiently.
The first thing to notice and understand is that images searchable on the web are NOT free for all to use randomly. Let us address this issue at the outset.
Continue reading PowerPoint Illustration Best Practices
Read the previous article for continuity. In this article, we will use the new term PowerPoint Online Pictures. We will cover OneDrive, Pexel and Pickit. In the next article, we will learn best practices for using clipart, images and illustrations.
Continue reading PowerPoint clipart (Online Pictures) is back : Part 2
Some time back, the familiar Insert – Clipart option stopped working. Now, PowerPoint clipart is back with a bang. Choose Insert – Online Pictures. These options are available as of today. Just choose a source, search and add images to the slide.
Which option to choose when? Which source is good for what?
Continue reading PowerPoint clipart is back: Part 1
For the previous post, Mouse as a learning tool, I created this graphic in PowerPoint…
The idea was to show mouse and learning in one attractive artwork. I thought it would be useful to explain how this graphic was created. It required few minutes to create.
It started with simple Office online clipart of a brain scan (search for “Brain photo”) and a photograph of a mouse (Microsoft Hardware site).
Here is the video. No commentary. No music. Just ONE minute to do it.
View it in High Res – 720 P and Full screen so that you can see the menu interactions in detail. I have not used ZOOM this time.
(In short videos, Zoom takes up time and it also confuses the viewer)
Enjoy. Do post your feedback and comments.