Learn how to combine and delete sections of shapes in PowerPoint to create custom graphics.
- [Instructor] Sometimes you just don't have time…or the access to a stock photography site…to download an icon.…But what you're looking for is really…just a simple shape that you can create on your own.…When I'm crunched for time, sometimes I actually make…my own icons directly in PowerPoint.…Yes, I know it's crazy, but sometimes it really…does save time.…And if the client doesn't have budget for stock photography…this is one of the only options besides stealing…something off the internet.…And we all know stealing's bad, so we're not gonna do that.…So let's look at a common scenario.…Let's say we have a suite of icons already created,…but now we need one for Science Lab.…
See, we have one for Factory, Medicine, Electrical…but no Science Lab.…So, I'm thinking we can create some kind of icon…for Science Lab right here in PowerPoint.…Maybe like a atom or something like that.…Let's go ahead and create a circle to match…these other ones, these blue circles here.…Let's get it all right looking,…there we go.…And center it with Science Lab.…
- Explore the fundamentals of the three-shape challenge using PowerPoint.
- Examine the steps to make a demo on an egg frying using three shapes in PowerPonit.
- Recognize the essentials to make a photorealistic phone feed.
- Define a morph.
- Examine how to make a morph demo using a photo montage.
- Explain what showstopper moments are.
- Explore how to make a parallax effect.
- Discover the essentials for making 3D effects in a PowerPoint presentation.