Bite idea 001 - frame your images

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Creating frames using your presentation software can be done quite easily by just simply adding a thick white border to selected images, then followed by adding a shadow. Learn this and more in our Bite Idea series.

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Bite idea 001 - frame your images

  1. 1. Bite Idea 001 Frame your imagesTuesday, 26 February, 13
  2. 2. Very  often  we  copy  and  paste  images  from  our  hard  drive  (or   the  Internet)  into  our  presentations  without  making  any   enhancements  or  consider  if  they  look  their  best.  Putting   images  in  a  frame  can  make  them  look  better  thus  making  our   presentations  look  more  professional. Creating  frames  using  your  presentation  software  can  be  done   quite  easily  by  just  simply  adding  a  thick  white  border  to   selected  images,  then  followed  by  adding  a  shadow.  We  can  also   use  the  frame  feature,  which  is  available  in  some  presentation   software,  to  get  the  same  effect. Here  are  some  examples  of  the  before  and  after  results  of   framed  and  unframed  images.Tuesday, 26 February, 13
  3. 3. Before Edmund Chan Director of Marketing Philart, Inc.Tuesday, 26 February, 13
  4. 4. After Edmund Chan Director of Marketing Philart, Inc.Tuesday, 26 February, 13
  5. 5. Before Orchids from Singapore Botanic GardensTuesday, 26 February, 13
  6. 6. After Orchids from Singapore Botanic GardensTuesday, 26 February, 13
  7. 7. Before Colorful BirdsTuesday, 26 February, 13
  8. 8. After Colorful BirdsTuesday, 26 February, 13
  9. 9. www.stickyspy.com Presentation Design > Coaching. Training. Consulting. /StickyPresentations @stickyspyTuesday, 26 February, 13

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