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. 100+ PowerPoint Tutorials. Even if you can’t use a tutorial right now, going through one is still a good way to learn about PowerPoint. The key is to do more than watch the tutorials. I loosely organized the tutorials by topic so they’re a little easier to scan. How to Use PowerPoint Tutorials.

How to Edit SVG Graphics in PowerPoint

Rapid eLearning

In the format toolbar (or via right-click) select Convert to Shape. I like to save as a PNG file so that the transparent part of the image remains transparent. How to Edit SVG in PowerPoint Video Tutorial. Here’s a video tutorial where I show how to convert and edit an SVG in PowerPoint. Click here to watch the YouTube tutorial. E-learning Graphics Multimedia PowerPoint Tutorials Visual Design

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Free medical images for eLearning

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Note that the icons are also in both PNG and EMF format, so you can ungroup and modify them. Articulate Storyline Resources eLearning Templates Tutorials Who doesn’t like free? Medical stock photos are pretty popular in eLearning right now. So I thought it would be a good time to hook you guys up with some free images. You can download the images here.

How to Customize Illustrations in PowerPoint

Rapid eLearning

Most illustrations are vector images that are saved in a format such as. Many of the illustrations you purchase will be in one of these formats: EPS,AI,PNG, or.JPG. Click here to view the video tutorial. e-learning Graphics Multimedia PowerPoint Tutorials Uncategorized Visual DesignIn 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.

Create an Animated Title Clip Using PowerPoint & Camtasia Studio 8

TechSmith Camtasia

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. This tutorial does not give step-by-step instructions on using each of the effects in PowerPoint 2007 / 2010. Double-click the background image to open the Format tab.

Newbies: More PowerPoint Hacks for Your Cp Project: Using PowerPoint Template Backgrounds in Your Captivate Master Slides

Adobe Captivate

Many are offered in a 16X9 format. (I There are lots of great tutorials about custom themes. I like using the PowerPoint backgrounds in my Cp projects. I don’t need the PowerPoint master slides, just the background image. Importing that PowerPoint background into my Captivate master slide applies the background to my title, content, quizzing, and all the other slides in the master slide series.

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

Rapid eLearning

Click here to view a tutorial. Right click on it and you’ll see the format shape option. Here are some tutorials that demonstrate how to create various objects in PowerPoint: Create a glassy marble. Click here to view the tutorial. Click here to view the tutorial. If you right click on the image, you’ll get access to the Format Picture window where you have a bit more control to fine-tune the sizing. Click here to view the tutorial.

Create an Image or Video Mask Using Snagit 12

TechSmith Camtasia

For this tutorial you will use a black and white geometric pattern image. This is the image mask created in this tutorial. This is the image used in this tutorial. The file format should already be set to GIF. Here are several more things you can do with your image mask: Save the image as a PNG file when you have the look you desire. Image masking allows you to create unusual and unique edge effects for your photographs and other graphics.

Guest Blogger, Bryan Jones of eLearningArt.com – How to Repurpose Content in under 1 hour

Learningtogo

Now… on with the repurposing tutorial. In the tutorial below, we’re incorporating the following concept from the interview with Margie: The science of evolution and how brain developed. So let’s start creating multiple formats of a single piece of content! Let’s assume that we’re going to start with the 50-100 word response we got from an internal expert (SME, manager, etc) we created in our microlearning tutorial. Right click, format shape.

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How to Repurpose Content in under 1 hour

eLearningArt

Now… on with the repurposing tutorial. In the tutorial below, we’re incorporating the following concept from the interview with Margie: The science of evolution and how brain developed. So let’s start creating multiple formats of a single piece of content! Let’s assume that we’re going to start with the 50-100 word response we got from an internal expert (SME, manager, etc) we created in our microlearning tutorial. Right click, format shape.

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How to share your Google Slides presentation

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Select the format you need, and the download will begin. For example, when downloading as an Image, whether PNG or JPEG, the quality of your slides can be lost, the presentation will be static, and you can only download one slide at a time.

Building Finger-friendly Buttons for m-Learning

Trivantis

All you need are two image files (any file format will do—png, jpeg, bmp or gif)—one to show as the unselected radio button/checkbox, and one to show as the selected radio button/checkbox when your learner taps the button. When using Lectora’s button object, you can use the Style ribbon to customize the button’s shape, background, effects and font formatting. Subscribe to the Lectora e-Learning Blog for more how-to tutorials and helpful tips.

The Perfect Toolkit to Create Your eLearning Courses

isEazy

There’s no time limit for your screen recordings, and it supports any video format. Loom is one of the most widely used tools for creating video tutorials. Long gone are those boring video tutorials where you could only see the screen and only hear the trainer’s voice in the background. It’s compatible with JPEG, PNG, GIF, and SVG formats. The world of eLearning courses is in constant evolution.

Top 10 Screen Recording Software for Windows

eLearning Brothers

They can be used to: demonstrate processes step-by-step in a tutorial. saves in a variety of formats including AVI, JPG, GIF, and PNG. WEBM is only available video format with free version. you can save in a variety of video formats including MP4. save videos in MP4 format (up to 720p or 1080p HD). Adding professional-looking video to your blog post, tutorial, or review is sure to increase your viewers’ engagement.

5 Lessons for Learning Photoshop

E-learning Uncovered

Back then, we didn’t have the web to turn to for Photoshop advice or YouTube for video tutorials. Instead of jumping directly into another Photoshop tutorial, I think it best that you learn some basic concepts of an editing tool like Photoshop. Don’t confuse this with file formats like jpeg, gif and png. All three of those are just different formats of a raster file. In the coming months, I will be bringing you more Photoshop for e-learning tutorials.

Google Slides: The ULTIMATE guide

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Advanced: text formatting. Grid view shows you your slides in grid formation so you can see an overview of your whole deck rather than looking at things one slide at a time. Format: Here you will find tools to help you customise your slide text. To remove all formatting changes to your text, click Clear formatting. Slides has some more advanced tools for formatting text, we talk about these later on. Select a shape and click the Paint format tool.