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This is the fifteenth in a series of quick video tips for business managers using PowerPoint by guest blogger Bruce Gabrielle, author of Speaking PowerPoint.
Five math whizzes from the same city go to Harvard to study business and only one becomes a CEO of his own company. You want to use visuals in your PowerPoint presentation to help tell their story to budding entrepreneurs at an upcoming event.
In this short video, Bruce Gabrielle shows you how to use the Transitions and Artistic Effects features in PowerPoint to make parts of an image fade into the background and another part come into focus.
Bruce explains how to crop the irregular image (the CEO guy) that you want to stand out in the next video in his series. the next step in making the second part of this task--cropping the image that you want to stand out--next week in another video.)
I like this. I'm going to try it out!
This will surely help my business.