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  • RUNNING THE PRESENTATION: The template was loosely developed like a memory game. Click numbered buttons to reveal hidden characters for about 3 seconds. (The template’s usage is meant to be customized and expanded upon --- for classroom, presentations, family, and more). USER TEMPLATE INSTRUCTIONS: How to update to your own images.Right-click pictures of the characters and select Format Picture. In dialog window select FILL (from left menu) and hit the radio button for “Picture or text fill” Hit the FILE button to get images of family, etc, from your hard drive, or hit the button for CLIP ART to get images like those seen here from Office Online Clip Art & Media downloads. Note: You can also Right-click shapes and include text and/or images.OTHER CUSTOMIZATION: Tips for personalization.Helpful hint- Ctrl-click and select multiple shapes when editing this template– example: select all clickable buttons and change style at once.Buttons could be enlarged to contain words related to revealed images. Right click image shapes to introduce text to screen elements. Characters are inside one shape that sites above another shape. Move these to access backgrounds behind them, or to re-align them directly over door.You can change animation timing, order, and sounds by accessing Animations from the top menu and select Custom Animations from the ribbon. Explore the Custom Animation pane to effect changes, such as keeping doors open permanently.BUIDLER NOTES:This takes the Valentines Countdown Calendar http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/TC103516951033.aspx?pid=CT101425701033 and customizes it via PowerPoint’s abilities.First: Duplicated slide one of the Valentine presentation. Left at least one rectangular shape where the 15 doors appear, but deleted the rest. This is now your editable template for a future background jpg. Choose a new background and put a “closed” image, like the red closed door, in each of the 15 shapes.Saved this slide as a jpg, and returning to 1st slide, made this the new background. (Right click on slide and Format Background, and chose picture from file). Now replaced the cupid characters with another image, in this case animated animals.Ctrl-click all of the these shapes and move down. This will get you to the “open door” background. Here it is replaced with the red open door.Played further with Custom Animation, reversed the order of the door so that it closes once more. Found door sounds from the Office Online Clip Art and Media website: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/clipart/FX101321031033.aspx?pid=CL100570201033Included some extra background slides that were created as the presentation developed.
  • RUNNING THE PRESENTATION: The template was loosely developed like a memory game. Click numbered buttons to reveal hidden characters for about 3 seconds. (The template’s usage is meant to be customized and expanded upon --- for classroom, presentations, family, and more). USER TEMPLATE INSTRUCTIONS: How to update to your own images.Right-click pictures of the characters and select Format Picture. In dialog window select FILL (from left menu) and hit the radio button for “Picture or text fill” Hit the FILE button to get images of family, etc, from your hard drive, or hit the button for CLIP ART to get images like those seen here from Office Online Clip Art & Media downloads. Note: You can also Right-click shapes and include text and/or images.OTHER CUSTOMIZATION: Tips for personalization.Helpful hint- Ctrl-click and select multiple shapes when editing this template– example: select all clickable buttons and change style at once.Buttons could be enlarged to contain words related to revealed images. Right click image shapes to introduce text to screen elements. Characters are inside one shape that sites above another shape. Move these to access backgrounds behind them, or to re-align them directly over door.You can change animation timing, order, and sounds by accessing Animations from the top menu and select Custom Animations from the ribbon. Explore the Custom Animation pane to effect changes, such as keeping doors open permanently.BUIDLER NOTES:This takes the Valentines Countdown Calendar http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/TC103516951033.aspx?pid=CT101425701033 and customizes it via PowerPoint’s abilities.First: Duplicated slide one of the Valentine presentation. Left at least one rectangular shape where the 15 doors appear, but deleted the rest. This is now your editable template for a future background jpg. Choose a new background and put a “closed” image, like the red closed door, in each of the 15 shapes.Saved this slide as a jpg, and returning to 1st slide, made this the new background. (Right click on slide and Format Background, and chose picture from file). Now replaced the cupid characters with another image, in this case animated animals.Ctrl-click all of the these shapes and move down. This will get you to the “open door” background. Here it is replaced with the red open door.Played further with Custom Animation, reversed the order of the door so that it closes once more. Found door sounds from the Office Online Clip Art and Media website: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/clipart/FX101321031033.aspx?pid=CL100570201033Included some extra background slides that were created as the presentation developed.
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