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This is the eighth in a series of quick video tips for business managers using PowerPoint by guest blogger Bruce Gabrielle, author of Speaking PowerPoint.
Sometimes you want the sweeping, dramatic, and sexy look of curved lines in your PowerPoint slides. But how? Here's an easy way, using Edit Points and Gridlines.
-- Bruce Gabrielle
Hi Eric, I want to let you know this is a great video to a learner! :)
@Juan Manuel Moyano, very glad to hear that the post helped you. For more great video tips by Bruce Gabrielle, check out blogs.office.com/.../101-powerpoint-tips-for-business-managers.aspx.
I learned this trick from Brian Walter, a masterful speaker. www.extrememeetings.com
These swirled lines are especially useful for trainers who need to keep a room interested for hours at a time, or for webinars where the audience is easily distracted by their inbox, etc. The swirls add personality to the slide.
I need to ask a question of the group...how do I do this?
I have made a powerpoint presentation but in between each slide is a black slide when I try to rehearsh slide transitions and when I just run the slideshow from the beginning there is a black screen between each slide...taking up 2 sec each time....I can't find anything in the transition tab...please help!!!
@Terrisz, please send your presentation to me at email@example.com, and I'll take a look.