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Adding Clip Art And Pictures
Adding Clip Art And Pictures
By the end of this module, learners should be able to: Insert clip art Insert a picture Resize pictures and clip art
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What resolution should I make my images for PowerPoint slide shows?
What resolution should I make my images for PowerPoint slide shows?
If you've asked this question and gotten answers like "Just scan your images at 96 dpi," I'll have to ask you to push your brain's Restart button. You need to clear your head of all that dpi stuff because for PowerPoint purposes, it's wrong, irrelevant, confusing (choose any three). Working out the right size for images in PowerPoint is a lot simpler than some people try to make it sound. The Basic Rule is this: For images that fill the slide, the image size (in pixels) should be equal to the video screen's resolution.
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How to reduce the size of your PowerPoint file?
How to reduce the size of your PowerPoint file?
Frequently, many people puzzles about what pixel should be made a picture file for PowerPoint file. Here I would like to tell you that mostly images don’t need to be much larger than 1024x768 pixels. If your images are larger than this, your PowerPoint files are probably larger than they should be.
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Reduce PowerPoint file size with third-party software
Reduce PowerPoint file size with third-party software
Pictures, videos, audios, complex effects can result big PowerPoint file size. It is hard to deliver if the file size is too large. Maybe after you tried the methods mentioned somewhere else and found that they were not so easy to handle and took little effect.
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How To Change The Chart Legend Text Size In PowerPoint
How To Change The Chart Legend Text Size In PowerPoint
This video tutorial shows how to set the chart legend text size in PowerPoint.
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How To Resize A Table Row In PowerPoint
How To Resize A Table Row In PowerPoint
This video tutorial shows how to resize a table row in PowerPoint.
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How To Resize A Clip Art Element In PowerPoint
How To Resize A Clip Art Element In PowerPoint
This video tutorial shows how to resize a clip art element in PowerPoint.
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PowerPoint 2007FEditing Your Photos
PowerPoint 2007FEditing Your Photos
Most people would agree that PowerPoint is a great tool to create stunning photo slideshows.
Creating a slideshow by gImport and Exporth may be the common way used. But with enhanced graphic ability in PowerPoint 2007, you have more easy-to-use features to edit and customize photos.
In this article, we will talk about some clever tips to use PowerPoint 2007 as a photo editor rather a simple slideshow maker.
1. Image Borders
Using different style of borders around the edge of an image makes the images to catch more attention from the audience. PowerPoint gives you handy access to create interesting border lines for your images. You can either change line color, line weight or even line style.

First, insert an image to a PowerPoint slide.
PowerPoint 2007 -> Insert Ribbon -> Image Icon
Browse to your picture folder, insert an image for editing.

Second, Click the image and then go to the Format Tab.
Format Tab-> Picture Border
Under Picture Border, select a theme color, choose a line weight and then find the line dash style you want.
When done, you will see a line border around you image.

2. Image Frames
Something like image borders, frames also easily pretties up your image. PowerPoint expands the concept of style to Quick Style Functionality and offers a beautiful frame gallery for you image.


When you insert an image, click the picture to activate the Format Tab. Then you can see the Frame Gallery in that tab.
You can select a Picture Style from the gallery in the image below to apply a frame, shadow, 3-D rotation, and other effects to selected images.

3. Recolor an Image
If you are a Publisher user, you should have experienced with the recolor feature. In PowerPoint 2007 , you can do it in much the same way.


When you select a picture, you can find this Recolor Tool in the Format Tab of Picture Tool. You can apply the color style you want to your image, from Dark variation to Light variations.


4. Create Auto-shaped Images
The next good thing with PowerPoint 2007 is that you can change the shape of any image. Your image can be resized in any auto shapes. You have a lot of variations, from basic to complicate. You image is not longer in a rectangles. You can cools them up so quickly and easily!




5. Add a Theme
PowerPoint template gives your presentation a uniform look and feel. That is the same reason we use theme for our photo slideshow.



A theme not only gives a color scheme to your photo slideshow but also formats fonts, effects, effects and background styles and more. Once you specify a theme, all the elements in the slideshow will be changed to match that theme. If you are not satisfied with the color scheme, more theme color options are available for you choose from so you are able to create a theme in different color scheme. Of course, you can even change the fonts and effects of a theme.


With these tips to create a wonderful photo slideshow, now you may like to expand its audience by publishing to web. Here are some tips to share a PowerPoint slideshow on web with success.
1. Save as an HTML Webpage (Static Slideshow)
PowerPoint 2007->Save As -> Web Page
2. Convert to Flash Slideshow for Sharing on Blog or a Webpage (Animated Slideshow)
http://www.sameshow.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=3926#3926
3. Specify the Default Fonts for Web-Based Slideshow
4. Change the Title for a Web-Based Slideshow
5. Change the Target Screen Resolution for Web-Based Slideshow
6. Optimize Your Slideshow for a Specific Browser


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How to Convert PowerPoint to Flash
How to Convert PowerPoint to Flash
Convert your Powerpoint (XP/2003/2007) presentations to flash in a single click. Easily distribute your presentations via CD/e-mail to anyone, anywhere!. PowerFlashPoint accurately converts your PowerPoint to Flash and retains all of your special effects. PowerFlashPoint accurately converts your PowerPoint presentation to Flash and retains all of your special effects with upto 98% reduction in file size.
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How to view PowerPoint on iPod
How to view PowerPoint on iPod
iPod is a brand of portable media players designed and marketed by Apple and launched in October 2001. Devices in the iPod range are primarily digital audio players, designed around a central click wheel — with the exception of the iPod shuffle, which uses buttons because of its small size. As of September 2006, the line-up consists of the video-capable fifth generation iPod, the smaller second generation iPod nano, and the display-less second generation iPod shuffle. The iPod line used to contain the iPod mini, until being discontinued for the introduction of the iPod nano. The full-sized model stores media on an internal hard drive, while the iPod nano and iPod shuffle use flash memory due to their smaller size. Like many digital music players, iPods can also serve as external data storage devices.
It must be very cool to view PowerPoint on iPod , but how should we do?
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