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Using Artistic Effects in PowerPoint 2010

Posted on: Oct, 2012 By: Mike Weber
Today we are taking a look at how to enhance one of our most popular sets of toolkits, the Chalkboard Doodle and the Flowchart Doodle.  Specifically, we'll be taking a look at using PowerPoint 2010's "Artistic Effects" to be able first modify Pictures to match the chalkboard style, and then how to make Graphs and Charts match the chalkboard style.  Are you feeling a bit lost?  Here's an idea of what we're going to make:

 

Briefly, here is a PDF showing how to make an image have a chalk overlay, so it looks like it was also drawn with chalk.

Next, take a look at using Shapes to create fill colors to be used in charts and graphs.

 

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By: Mike Weber
Mike is a great asset as part of the team at PresenterMedia. He really loves working with people. He's always ready to help someone in need and it gives him great satisfaction in doing so. He is the go to person when a PresenterMedia customer needs help. While not at work, you will usually find him playing sports, running or enjoying a sports game.

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Oct 19, 2015 -
Ruby
I want make animations with templates and use artistic effects

Your presentations are going to be amazing!

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