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A cool trick in PowerPoint.

A cool trick in PowerPoint.

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    • PowerPoint Magic
    • How do you create this effect in PowerPoint?
    • Step – 1 Make a Picture as your slide background
      This picture is on your
      hard disk
      Right click on the slide -> Format Background -> Fill -> Picture or Texture Fill -> Insert from File -> Go to the folder and choose your picture
    • This is how your slide will look like
    • Step – 2 Cover the entire slide with white colour
      Insert -> Shapes -> Rectangles -> Draw the rectangle such that you cover the entire slide.
      Right click on the rectangle -> Format Shape -> Solid fill colour white
    • Step – 3 Insert a Picture of Magnifying Glass
      Insert -> Picture -> Choose the picture from the folder where it is saved
    • Step – 4 Insert a circle to fit the lens
      Insert -> Shapes -> Circle. Draw a circle. Right click on it to remove line colour. Adjust the circle so that it fits the lens.
    • Step – 5 Insert background image onto the circle
      Right click on Blue circle (our lens) -> Format Shape -> Fill -> Slide Background Fill. The lens will be filled by the image we had used for the background.
    • Step – 6 Group the Picture with the Lens
      Select Picture & Lens -> Right click -> Group -> Group
    • Place the Glass & Lens Image wherever you desire. By placing the lens at different places, you will see different parts of the background image.
    • Isn’t it
      PowerPoint Magic!
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      Image credits: (1) Magnifying Glass; Suat Eman(2) Crime Scene; Simon Houden