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Making Your Stick Figure Tour Guide
Making Your Stick Figure Tour Guide
Making Your Stick Figure Tour Guide
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Making Your Stick Figure Tour Guide

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Instructions for Stick Figure PPT

Instructions for Stick Figure PPT

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  • 1. Making Your Stick Figure Tour Guide
  • 2. Step One: Make Your Stick Figure 1. Open Power Point. 2. Choose Blank Slide 3. Choose Autoshapes, Lines, Angled Lines Use these to draw your body, legs and arms
  • 3.
    • To Draw Head, Eyes & Mouth
    • Choose Autoshapes,Lines, Freeform
    • Try to draw a round head, eyes & mouth
    • This can be tricky!
    • To Draw Hair
    • Choose Autoshapes, Lines and Freeform or Scribble for curly hair.
  • 4.
    • To change the color of your head, eyes, etc .
    • 1. Highlight that object with the cursor.
    • Right click the mouse and choose Format Autoshape
    • Under Colors and Lines you can change the Fill color to make yourself colorful!
  • 5. Saving Your Stick Figure Slide
    • Choose Edit, Select All
    • All parts of your stick figure will be highlighted.
    • Choose Edit, Copy
    • Save your slide as “stickfigure” in YOUR folder.
    • Minimize this slide in case you need to copy and paste the figure again.

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