Adding photos and clip art


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Adding photos and clip art

Let's face it; our presentation is boring. It needs color. It needs some pizzazz. It needs photos. We all know the analogy about photos, and it couldn't be more true in PowerPoint. To help convey our ideas to an audience, nothing speaks faster than a photograph, illustration or diagram of some sort. It's also true that photos of people will connect better emotionally with your audience, too. PowerPoint gives us quite a few ways to add photos and make them look great. So let's get started. Let's open up our sample file for this chapter and head to slide number two, Introductions.

There's a lot of space available on the right side. So let's put a photo over there. We learned, in the previous chapter, how to change the layout of a slide. Let's pull down the Layout menu and choose one that gives us content in two columns. Here's one called Two Content. The placeholder on the right is created, and you'll remember that if we want text, we would simply click a...

Adding photos and clip art
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Adding photos and clip art provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Essential Training

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