How To Utilize WordArt And Shapes In Microsoft PowerPoint 2007

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Introduction

PowerPoint 2007 Word Art and ShapesPowerPoint 2007 Word Art and Shapes There are numerous highlights and orders you can use in PowerPoint to make outwardly engaging slides. Two of these highlights are WordArt and shapes. WordArt enables you to make adapted content with surfaces, shadows, and blueprints. It can be connected to content on any slide. Furthermore, in PowerPoint you can embed an assortment of shapes, for example, lines, bolts, callouts, stars, and fundamental shapes, including rectangles and circles.

In this lesson, you will figure out how to apply and change WordArt styles, and also how to embed and adjust different shapes on a slide.

 

To apply a WordArt style:

  • Select the content you need to change. The Format tab will show up.
  • Select the Format tab.
  • Move your cursor over a WordArt style in the WordArt Styles gathering to see a live review of the style on the slide.

WordArt Styles

  • Tap the More drop-down bolt to see all conceivable WordArt styles.

More WordArt Styles

  • Snap an alternative to choose it.

To change the fill shade of a WordArt style:

  • Select the content you need to change.
  • Tap the Text Fill charge in the WordArt Styles gathering.

WordArt Fill Command

  • Move your cursor over a shading choice to see a live review on the slide.
  • Snap a shading to choose it.

Or on the other hand select from the accompanying:

  • No Fill: This alternative will leave the WordArt content without a fill shading.
  • More Fill Colors: This opens a discourse box of shading decisions you can use as a fill shading.
  • Picture: This opens the Insert Picture discourse box. From here, you can choose a photo from your PC to use as the fill foundation.
  • Slope: This shows a submenu of different inclination choices that change how the fill shading shows up.
  • Surfaces: This shows a submenu of different surfaces you can apply to WordArt content.

Working with WordArt

To change the content blueprint of a WordArt style:

  • Select the content you need to alter. The Format tab will show up.
  • Select the Format tab.
  • Tap the Text Outline order in the WordArt Styles gathering.

Text Outline

  • Move your cursor over a shading alternative to see a live review on the slide.
  • Snap a shading to choose it.

From the Text Outline menu, you can likewise apply no blueprint shading, get to more hues, change the heaviness of the line, and change the line style.

To apply a content impact to a WordArt style:

  • Select the content you need to adjust. The Format tab will show up.
  • Select the Format tab.
  • Tap the Text Effects summon. A menu of choices will show up.
  • Select a menu choice. The choices are Shadow, Reflection, Glow, Bevel, 3-D Rotation, and Transform. Each will show a submenu.

Text Effects

  • Snap a choice from the submenu to choose it.

You can utilize WordArt to make adapted content that is attractive and proficient; in any case, with such a significant number of styles and choices, you can likewise make message that isn’t suitable for an introduction, that is hard to peruse, or that essentially does not look engaging. Keep in mind, since you can accomplish something doesn’t mean you should!

To embed a shape:

Select the Home tab.

  • Tap the Shapes charge.
  • Snap a shape from the menu.
  • Embed Shape

Insert Shape

  • Move your cursor toward the slide. It will appear as a cross shape.
  • Snap and hold down the mouse catch, and drag the cursor until the point when the shape is the coveted size.

Shape Cursor

  • Discharge the mouse catch to embed the shape.

To change a shape style:

  • Select the shape. The Format tab will show up.
  • Select the Format tab.
  • Tap the More drop-down bolt in the Shapes Style gathering to show more style alternatives.

Shape Style

  • Move your cursor over a style to see a live review of the style on the slide.
  • Snap a style to choose it.

Working with shapes

To change the shape fill:

  • Select the shape. The Format tab will show up.
  • Select the Format tab.
  • Tap the Shape Fill charge to show a drop-down rundown.
  • Select a shading from the rundown, or pick one of the other menu choices.

Shape Fill

To change the shape layout:

  • Select the shape. The Format tab will show up.
  • Select the Format tab.
  • Tap the Shape Outline charge to show a drop-down rundown.
  • Select a shading from the rundown, or pick one of the other menu alternatives.

Shape Outline

To apply a shape impact:

  • Select the shape you need to alter. The Format tab will show up.
  • Select the Format tab.
  • Tap the Shape Effects order.
  • Move your cursor over a menu alternative. A submenu will show up.
  • Move your cursor over a choice in the submenu to see a live review of the impact on the slide.

Shape Effect

  • Snap an alternative to choose the shape impact.

You can resize and move the shape simply like you would with content boxes and pictures.

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How To Create Photo Albums In Microsoft PowerPoint 2013

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                           Making a photograph collection

PowerPoint enables you to import an arrangement of pictures into a photograph collection introduction. With the photograph collection highlight you can choose, revamp, alter, and add content to your photos. As a matter of course, one picture will show up on each slide, yet you can alter the slide design to incorporate various pictures in the event that you need.

                       To make a photograph collection:

1.  Select the Insert tab.

2. Tap the Photo Album summon in the Images gathering, at that point select New Photo Album.Inserting New Photo Album

3. The Photo Album discourse box shows up. Find and tap on the File/Disk button.

Accessing images in files

4. To choose all pictures in your organizer.

  • Tap  the principal picture, at that point press and hold the Shift key and select the last picture.
  • To choose different nonadjacent pictures, press and hold the Control key while tapping the coveted pictures.

Selecting pictures from files

5. The Photo Album discourse box gives a few alternatives to moving, modifying, and changing the format of pictures. Alter as required, at that point click Create to embed pictures into the photograph collection.

Creating Photo Album

6. A different introduction will be made for the photograph collection. Of course, it will incorporate a cover sheet and one picture for each slide.

Photo Album results

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How To Insert Picture In Microsoft PowerPoint 2013

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Introduction

Including pictures can make your introductions all the more fascinating and locks in. You can embed a photo from a document on your PC onto any slide. PowerPoint even incorporates apparatuses for finding on the web pictures and adding screen captures to your introduction.

To insert a picture from a file:

  1. Select the Insert tab, at that point tap the Pictures order in the Images gathering.Screenshot of PowerPoint 2013
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  3. An exchange box will show up. Find and select the coveted picture document, at that point click Insert.Screenshot of PowerPoint 2013

The photo will show up on the presently chose slide.

You can likewise tap the Pictures order in a placeholder to embed pictures.

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How to Apply Themes In Microsoft PowerPoint

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                                                  Introduction

A theme is a predefined combination of colors, fonts, and effects. Different themes also use different slide layouts. You’ve already been using a theme, even if you didn’t know it: the default Office theme. You can choose from a variety of new themes at any time, giving your entire presentation a consistent, professional look.

Watch the video below to learn more about applying themes in PowerPoint.

                                                What is a theme?
In PowerPoint, themes give you a quick and easy way to change the design of your presentation. They control your primary color palette, basic fonts, slide layout, and other important elements. All of the elements of a theme will work well together, which means you won’t have to spend as much time formatting your presentation.

Each theme uses its own set of slide layouts. These layouts control the way your content is arranged, so the effect can be dramatic. In the examples below, you can see that the placeholders, fonts, and colors are different.

The Frame theme and the Integral theme
If you use a unique slide layout—such as Quote with Caption or Name Card—and then switch to a theme that does not include that layout, it may give unexpected results.

Every PowerPoint theme—including the default Office theme—has its own theme elements. These elements are:

1. Theme Colors: There are 10 theme colors, along with darker and lighter variations, available from every Color menu.
Theme Colors
2. Theme Fonts: There are two theme fonts available at the top of the Font menu under Theme Fonts.
Theme Fonts
3. Theme Effects: These affect the preset shape styles. You can find shape styles on the Format tab whenever you select a shape or SmartArt graphic.
Theme Effects
When you switch to a different theme, all of these elements will update to reflect the new theme. You can drastically change the look of your presentation in a few clicks.

If you apply a font or color that isn’t part of the theme, it won’t change when you select a different theme. This includes colors selected from the Standard Colors or More Colors options and fonts selected from All Fonts. Using non-theme elements can be useful when you want certain text to be a specific color or font, like a logo.

You can also customize themes and define theme elements yourself. To learn more, see our Modifying Themes lesson.

                                Applying themes
All themes included in PowerPoint are located in the Themes group on the Design tab. Themes can be applied or changed at any time.

                                  To apply a theme:
1. Select the Design tab on the Ribbon, then locate the Themes group. Each image represents a theme.
2. Click the More drop-down arrow to see all available themes.
Clicking the More drop-down arrow
3. Select the desired theme.
Selecting a theme
4. The theme will be applied to the entire presentation. To apply a different theme, simply select it from the Design tab.
The applied theme
Once you’ve applied a theme, you can also select a variant for that theme from the Variants group. Variants use different theme colors while preserving a theme’s overall look.

Applying a theme variant

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