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How to Customize Illustrations in PowerPoint

Rapid eLearning

In this post we’ll look at an easy way to customize illustration in PowerPoint, since it’s a tool most of us have and it’s easy to do. Finding the Right Illustrations in PowerPoint & E-Learning. How to Edit Vector Illustrations in PowerPoint. Many of the illustrations you purchase will be in one of these formats: EPS,AI,PNG, or.JPG. EPS or.AI

Free eLearning resource screen template and tutorial

eLearningArt

design my backgrounds in PowerPoint, then import them into whatever authoring tool I need. Here’s a quick lesson on how I designed the giveaway file using only PowerPoint and shapes. 2. Again, I like to design the categories in PowerPoint. The icons I used were PNG images. could have also used icons developed in PowerPoint for full control over the design. 3.

More Than 100 PowerPoint Tutorials & a Free Template

Rapid eLearning

With as many PowerPoint questions that I get, it’s a good thing that over the past year or so the elearning community has created about 300 PowerPoint tutorials. also included a free PowerPoint elearning template to celebrate the holidays and a great 2010! Click to download the free PowerPoint template. 100+ PowerPoint Tutorials. Create a TV monitor.

Forget Photoshop, PowerPoint 2010 Rocks for AHA-G!

ZaidLearn

However, I will admit that I have been using PowerPoint ever since I got into e-learning, and have interestingly never stopped loving it, especially in mashing up graphics (Although, PowerPoint can be frustrating at times). Also, it takes time to master Photoshop (basics), while in PowerPoint you can learn some amazing stuff within seconds. BEING ATTACKED! FORGET IT ! AHA-G?

Create an Animated Title Clip Using PowerPoint & Camtasia Studio 8

Visual Lounge

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use PowerPoint to create an artsy, collage style title clip… …and add a little animation applied to it via the Camtasia Studio Visual Properties! This tutorial takes a pictorial approach to show how my title clip image was created in PowerPoint. will use a default size slide in PowerPoint. Before You Start.

Here’s a Free PowerPoint Template & Laptop Illustration

Rapid eLearning

Plus, it’s a great way to learn more of PowerPoint’s illustration features. Below is the tutorial. And at the end of the post you’ll find the original PowerPoint file for you to download and deconstruct. Click here to view the tutorial via Screenr. combined shapes in PowerPoint 2010 to cut a hole in the lid and make it transparent. saved it as a PNG.

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Free Assets from the E-Learning Community

Rapid eLearning

Montse Posner Anderson has an example screenshot and a tutorial on how to create your own backgrounds. Other files shared by your peers in the community: Clotheslines template (PowerPoint). Folder icons (PNG). Miscellaneous office backgrounds (PNG & PowerPoint): desk and mailroom. Slide background (PowerPoint). Digital numbers (PowerPoint).

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You Need to Know These Seven Tips If You Build Graphics for E-Learning

Rapid eLearning

For my demos, I decided to stick with PowerPoint to show that if that’s all you have, then you still can do quite a bit. PowerPoint 2010 comes with a background removal feature which makes it really easy. Older versions of PowerPoint have a simple feature that lets you make a single color transparent. Click here to view a tutorial. In PowerPoint, add a shape to the slide. In PowerPoint 2010, you can combine shapes to create custom shapes. Here are some tutorials that demonstrate how to create various objects in PowerPoint: Create a glassy marble.

Forget Photoshop, PowerPoint 2010 Rocks for AHA-G!

ZaidLearn

However, I will admit that I have been using PowerPoint ever since I got into e-learning, and have interestingly never stopped loving it, especially in mashing up graphics (Although, PowerPoint can be frustrating at times). Also, it takes time to master Photoshop (basics), while in PowerPoint you can learn some amazing stuff within seconds. BEING ATTACKED! FORGET IT ! AHA-G?

See How Easily You Can Create Graphics in PowerPoint

Rapid eLearning

The other day I was looking at the AI Vault web site. I ran across a tutorial on creating an envelope icon. It’s a great tutorial and relatively easy to do. However, the tutorial is targeted for Illustrator users. Looking over the tutorial, I wondered if I could follow the steps to recreate the icon in PowerPoint. Click here to view the tutorial at Screenr. 1.

How to Design the Visual Elements for Interactive Elearning Courses

Rapid eLearning

In a previous post, I showed that when you use rapid elearning tools (as well as PowerPoint) you can build effective elearning courses. I’d even argue that PowerPoint provides some extra benefits because of its easy authoring and graphics development. Here’s a quick tutorial and a few tips when working with these assets : Vary the colors of the objects to give it more variety.

10 ways to enhance the LMS experience for your users

TalentLMS

There are lots of free tutorials on the web where you can learn the basics of proper web typography. Take advantage of TalentLMS ‘ extended multimedia import options (powered by our proprietary EncodeMagic engine), to include all kinds of media assets in your lessons, from pictures and songs, to PowerPoint presentations. 6. Adding things in. Taking things out. Typography. Humor.

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WiZiQ - A Free Virtual Classroom Tool!

ZaidLearn

WiZiQ 's virtual classroom features include: Two way audio Text chat Multiple participants PowerPoint & PDF sharing Whiteboard Media files like gif, jpg, swf, png etc. Click here for detailed instructions on how to install it, which includes video tutorials. Let's hope that also PowerPoint (or file) sharing and multiple participants (say up to 40!) FEATURES?

WiZiQ - A Free Virtual Classroom Tool!

ZaidLearn

WiZiQ 's virtual classroom features include: Two way audio Text chat Multiple participants PowerPoint & PDF sharing Whiteboard Media files like gif, jpg, swf, png etc. Click here for detailed instructions on how to install it, which includes video tutorials. Let's hope that also PowerPoint (or file) sharing and multiple participants (say up to 40!) have been waiting for years for a free easy-to-use Flash-based virtual classroom (synchronous learning) tool, which also has PowerPoint or file sharing capability. FEATURES? will always remain free. love it :).