Graphics such as drawings, clip art or graphs are frequently used in PowerPoint to get the point across visually. These ten PowerPoint graphics tips will aid you in creating a better PowerPoint presention.
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The alignment of graphic objects is a matter of a few simple steps in PowerPoint. You can line up graphic objects horizontally or vertically -- to the left, right, top or bottom -- in relation to each other or relative to the slide.
PowerPoint makes it easy to create a family tree chart of your family's roots. You can make it as simple or as complicated as you want. Simply add more pages to extend the family tree to more generations.
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A reader asked -
"What makes an effective PowerPoint presentation in terms of graphics and text? How many of them should be used on the pages?"
An image map is a graphic object that has many hotspots or invisible hyperlinks to other objects or websites. For example - in a photograph showing a variety of women's clothing, if you clicked on the dress, you would be sent to another slide or website containing all the info about the dresses; when you clicked on the hat, you would be sent to the slide or website about hats ... and so on.
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