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016-Living on the EDGE

Having images and text together on a single slide can sometimes be challenging. Both set of information (text and images) might be fighting for attention on that single slide. ...

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015-Black or White

Is it better to use a black background or a white background in presentation slides? If you think back from the many presentations that you have created or attended, you will realised that most of us would generally use a white background on presentation slides. As I asked around, many responded wit ...

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014-The picture is Half Full

A full picture is exciting as it shows clarity in the information it represents. If you have a high resolution image, always show it in full when possible. What happens if the image resolution of your picture is not high enough for you to show it in full? ...

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013-Saving a low-resolution image

Have you ever had an image that you like but the resolution is so low that it's almost impossible to use it in your presentation slide? Not to worry. There is still hope. We can alter (or enhance) the image into a slightly different style thus hiding the flaws of the low-resolution effects. ...

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012-Five Degree Rotation

In the first part of the 5-degree rotation (titled 5 Degree Impact) we talked about rotating an image object to create a more exciting overall design for our presentation slides. Today we will use the same technique for the title / main message of our slides. ...

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011-Thick and Thin

An exciting way to create highlight is to vary the thickness of the font used on our presentation slides. A very common method is to apply the BOLD style to the selected word (or words). But to make this more interesting, we might want to choose a font type that has different width definition. ...

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