Cable Slides How To
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

Cable Slides How To

on

  • 327 views

This Presenation was created and presented to help real estate agents to use PowerPoint as a graphics program and save .jpg images for slides advertised on Cable One Showcase of Homes.

This Presenation was created and presented to help real estate agents to use PowerPoint as a graphics program and save .jpg images for slides advertised on Cable One Showcase of Homes.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
327
Views on SlideShare
327
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
7
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment
  • 800x600 or 1024x768 pixels for 15 inch monitors
  • Size for instance can mean a number of things. File size: Cable One can accept large files : 1 MB for slides (these result in higher quality images).
  • Saving a file in the jpeg format uses a method of compression to make it smaller by sacrificing some data. (like faxing multiple times)
  • Since powerpoint defalt is 96 dpi we need to be able to adjust this. So I did some research and you can do this by editing your computer’s registry. First however we want to back up the registry so incase we mess it up you can set it back to normal.
  • Since powerpoint defalt is 96 dpi we need to be able to adjust this. So I did some research and you can do this by editing your computer’s registry. First however we want to back up the registry so incase we mess it up you can set it back to normal.
  • Since powerpoint defalt is 96 dpi we need to be able to adjust this. So I did some research and you can do this by editing your computer’s registry. First however we want to back up the registry so incase we mess it up you can set it back to normal.
  • www.Microsoft.com is a great resource for help. It will show you step by step instructions to back up the registry and restore the registry if you need to.
  • I would suggest having one powerpoint presentation and having each slide within it rather than new presentations for each. This way if you want to save everything all at once it just takes a couple of clicks or you can save individually.
  • Outdoors, Nationality, Specialty, Area, etc…
  • Keep in mind you only have 15 seconds and not everyone is watching on a 52 inch high def flat screen.

Cable Slides How To Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Microsoft PowerPoint Producing Quality Slides for Cable One
  • 2. Cable One Quality
    • Quality of .jpg image
    • Content
      • Information
        • Simplicity
        • Branding
      • Design
        • Movement
        • Text
        • Space
        • Color
  • 3. Vocabulary
    • Pixels/Dots – The dots of color that make up your image.
    • Dpi/Ppi - dots per inch/pixels per inch.
    • Jpeg - Probably the most common and popular way of saving picture files because the files are smaller.
  • 4.
    • PowerPoint does not give the user an option to set the DPI 
    • PP default setting:
    • .jpgs with a lower dpi and file size appear to have Jagged edges because information is missing.
    How does this relate to PowerPoint? 96dpi (horizontal and vertical) 960x720 Dots-per-inch (dpi) Pixels
  • 5. Sample Slide Address Price MLS number Details
  • 6.  
  • 7. Checking your image size
    • Right-click on the .jpg image
    • Select Properties
  • 8. Checking your image size
    • Look at file size (how many KB or MB it is.
    • Select the Summary tab.
    • Select Advanced
  • 9. Checking your image size
    • You can now see the Width and Height of your photo in pixels as well as the dpi resolution.
  • 10. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/322756 CLICK 1 2 3 6 5 4 4
  • 11.  
  • 12. Add the registry settings
    • Exit your Microsoft Windows programs.
    • Click Start , and then click Run .
    • In the Open box, type regedit , and then click OK .
  • 13. Navigate through the folders to the options
    • Software
    • Microsoft
    • Office
    • 11.0 (2003) 12.0 (2007)
    • Power Point
    • Options
  • 14.
    • With the Options key selected, go to the Edit menu, select NEW and then click DWORD Value .
    • Type ExportBitmapResolution , and then press ENTER
    • With ExportBitmapResolution selected, go to the Edit menu, select Modify .
  • 15. Adjusting DPI
    • In the Value data box, type the resolution value 150.
      • The maximum resolution setting that PowerPoint 2003 exports is 307 dpi
    • Click Decimal , and then click OK .
    • On the File menu, click Exit to exit Registry Editor
  • 16. Saving PowerPoint Files as a .JPG
    • File
      • Save As
        • Save as Type: JPEG File Interchange Format
    • .JPGS will be saved in a separate folder labeled Slide1, Slide2, Slide3, etc…
    • Please rename your slides by street name or word
  • 17. Quality: Content
    • Content
      • Keep it Simple
        • Don’t give it all away
        • Make them want to call
      • Creativity “Grabber”
        • Try something new
        • Brand yourself (theme, repetition)
        • Stand out in 15 seconds
  • 18. Please take notes on the successful and/or negative components of the following 6 sides for discussion.
  • 19. Examples
  • 20.  
  • 21.  
  • 22.  
  • 23.  
  • 24.  
  • 25.
    • Text
      • Font – get creative but beware of script
      • Bold, Italicize, Emboss, Highlight
        • Find a balance between emphasis and distraction
    • Color
      • color scheme
      • Font – don’t lose your message due to blending
        • Dark on Light - or – Light on Dark
    • Backgrounds
      • Patterns – don’t distract from the information
      • negative space is just as important
        • Too Sparse vs. Too Cluttered
    Simplicity & Legibility
  • 26.  
  • 27.  
  • 28.  
  • 29.  
  • 30. Movement
    • Stand back & look at your slide. Notice the line of the text and the images. Where are your eyes moving?
    • A “ Z” form is ideal for advertising with images and text. You want your customer to start at the top left corner and end in the bottom right corner.
    • If you notice something out of place or distracting then you need to rearrange a few items.
    The path our eyes follow when looking at a design.
  • 31.  
  • 32.  
  • 33.  
  • 34. Feedback
    • Phone Numbers!!! BIG BIG BIG
    • Logos (do not need realtor logos)
    • Keep inset from the edge
    • Don’t overlap text and images unless necessary.
  • 35. Tips
    • Master Slides
      • One Time format creator
    • Format Painter
      • Save time
    • Add a Border
    • Object Order