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This is the fifth in a series of quick video tips for business managers using PowerPoint by guest blogger Bruce Gabrielle, author of Speaking PowerPoint.
Tables with rounded corners are friendlier, more contemporary, more Web 2.0. But you can't create them automatically. Here's how you can achieve this effect using a handful of workarounds that include shapes, gradient colors, and background fills.
-- Bruce Gabrielle
I don't comment often here but those are some really great tips. Hopefully Microsoft will add table rounded corner & transparency options in future release...I would go sofar to say rounded corners should probably become the default setting.
JohnCz, many thanks for your comments. I'll pass this along to our product team to keep in mind for future releases.
4 Cheers for the rounded corners. That's just slick
Love the tips...they remind me of the tips I get from the rapid elearning blog. He has two good resources, here are the links if anyone is interested.
www.screenr.com/.../learningppt a bunch of powerpoint tutorials and the blog
Thanks for these tips.