Changing the layout of a slide helps you make your presentation more interesting and effective.
- [Narrator] Changing the layout of a slide…helps you make your presentation more interesting…and effective.…Now I've already created a presentation here.…If I click on the first slide,…over on the right where it says layout…you can see I have four choices.…This one is called one thing…and when I click on the frame you can see…I have one thing.…The one thing can hold video, photo,…icon, text or I can delete what's in there.…
If I come to slide number two,…this is also at one thing.…But I'm going to come over to the top…and click full screen.…With full screen the image fills the back…of the screen and then I have a second frame…where I can put text or an icon…or a photo.…I'm going to type in Aloh-ahh,…then click off.…Did you notice how the image gets…a little darker?…That's so you can read the title better.…
If I come over to the third slide…I click on thing plus caption.…The image gets a little smaller…and underneath I have another frame,…but this only lets me put in text.…When I click off, the thing plus caption appears…
- What is Adobe Spark?
- Finding images and icons
- Using themes
- Creating a base Post project
- Adding and formatting text
- Working with images
- Creating a post of multiple images
- Animating text and backgrounds
- Adding narration and music
- Inserting videos with transitions
- Creating a webpage
- Adding buttons, links, and videos to pages
Skill Level Beginner
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Elearning Techniques: Visual Designwith Sally Cox1h 34m Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Adobe Spark
2. Spark Post
3. Spark Video
4. Spark Page
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