Inserting an animated GIF from the clip art gallery


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Inserting an animated GIF from the clip art gallery

PowerPoint comes with a library of images, animations, and sound clips. All of them are free to use and even more are available for download from www.microsoft.com. Here's how to use them in your presentation. Clip Art animations aren't exactly videos but the Clip Art Gallery classifies them as such. Each has an animated GIF, an image that moves, made by saving several similar graphics together in one GIF file then viewing them in a looping sequence. It makes the graphic look like a short movie. Let's add one to our presentation.

Click on the second slide in your exercise file. Notice the six images in the middle of the placeholder. The bottom center icon has four squares on it. This represents the Clip Art Gallery. Click on it and the Clip Art Gallery will open in the pane on the right. The second box says Results should be: and it defaults to All media file types. Click on the dropdown arrow and uncheck everything except for videos. I'll turn off the checkmark under All media ...

Inserting an animated GIF from the clip art gallery
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Inserting an animated GIF from the clip art gallery provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2010: Audio and Video in Depth

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Business
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