Graphics in PowerPoint 2003 Prepared by Prof Pat For WS445 – Feb. 24, 2010 Just the basics for preparing graphics & call-o...
How to Use this Slide Show <ul><li>Slide #3 illustrates a final product.  Read the notes section below the slide to learn ...
Graphics with Call-Out: Sample Is this a FEMINIST symbol?  Does it objectify women and promote body image problems? Note: ...
PP 2003 – Basic Layout The Notes Section
The Drawing Toolbar Click on Draw to Rotate or Flip image. Also to group 2 or more images together Fill Color Fill Color F...
Draw Your Own Graphics Use the different Shapes – rectangles, circles, triangles, etc.  to create original drawings
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How to use the Drawing Toolbar to add Callouts, create and recolor outline boxes, etc. in PowerPoint 2003. Includes screen shots.

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  • Prepared in PowerPoint 2003 as guide for students still using this older version on their home computers
  • Used the Title only slide Layout Logo from Feministing.com – Previously copied to hard drive as a PNG file and then put on this slide using Insert &gt; Picture Came in Centered – between top &amp; bottom half of slide – which I didn’t like so I Moved it closer to bottom To get outline around Feministing.com logo, with image selected &amp; Picture Toolbar showing, I clicked on the Line Style icon (shows 3 lines of various widths) and chose the width I wanted. Did not want a black line, so clicked on Line Color icon in Drawing Toolbar and chose this bluish color. If you don’t see the Drawing Toolbar at bottom of PowerPoint window, then Right-click in empty portion of Menu Bar or Formatting bars at top of window and click on Drawing Toolbar. To draw circle around the sexy woman – Click oval icon in Drawing Toolbar. To make the Circle transparent, click the Fill Color icon (looks like a paint can) &amp; choose No Fill To make the outline of the circle red, click on the Line Color Icon (looks like a pen) &amp; choose your color. To make the outline thicker, click the Line Style icon (3 lines of various widths) and choose your width. To add the Call-Out, click on AutoShapes in Drawing Toolbar, then click on Call-outs &amp; choose what you want. To write the text, need a Textbox. Click on Insert &gt; Textbox.
  • What you see when creating a slide show in PowerPoint 2003.
  • I used FastStone Capture to get picture of Drawing Toolbar which I then copied into PowerPoint and annotated in PowerPoint.
  • I used the call-out to make the clouds, the rectangle shape for house, door, windows, and the triangle shape for roof.
  • Graphics In Power Point2003

    1. 1. Graphics in PowerPoint 2003 Prepared by Prof Pat For WS445 – Feb. 24, 2010 Just the basics for preparing graphics & call-out annotations for the March 3 assignment Key Point : When using Call-outs, you must insert a Textbox over the Call-out in order to type your words ( unlike Word where can type directly into a Callout ).
    2. 2. How to Use this Slide Show <ul><li>Slide #3 illustrates a final product. Read the notes section below the slide to learn how this slide created </li></ul><ul><li>Slide #4 is a screen shot of the basic working window in PP 2003, with major parts identified (so you can understand the Notes section in Slide #3) </li></ul><ul><li>Slide #5 has details of the Drawing Toolbar. </li></ul><ul><li>Slide #6 – Create your own Graphics </li></ul>Download the slide show so you can run it on your computer. Don’t run as a full screen slide show – run it the way you would if you were editing or creating new slides. That way you can read the Notes section below each slide.
    3. 3. Graphics with Call-Out: Sample Is this a FEMINIST symbol? Does it objectify women and promote body image problems? Note: You can explain what you did, sources of graphics and quotes, etc. by using the Notes Section below the slide.
    4. 4. PP 2003 – Basic Layout The Notes Section
    5. 5. The Drawing Toolbar Click on Draw to Rotate or Flip image. Also to group 2 or more images together Fill Color Fill Color Font Color Line Width Click here for Callouts, Fat Arrows, etc.
    6. 6. Draw Your Own Graphics Use the different Shapes – rectangles, circles, triangles, etc. to create original drawings

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