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YOU CAN CREATE WORD CLOUDS 
IN POWERPOINT
A 
“word cloud” 
is a 
graphical device 
used to present an 
unordered 
array of words 
– concepts, 
products, 
markets, 
...
Here, for 
example, is a 
CIO considering 
the challenges 
of wireless:
Here, for 
example, is a 
CIO considering 
the challenges 
of wireless: 
Size and color 
can be used for 
emphasis.
Here, for 
example, is a 
CIO considering 
the challenges 
of wireless: 
Size and color 
can be used for 
emphasis. 
Sans ...
The trick is the Square Transform 
text effect… 
SMARTPHONES
… that lets you resize, reshape, rotate 
or apply text effects: 
SMARTPHONES
Use a temporary shape as a guide for laying 
out the cloud:
Using lower case and a freer outline 
appears more chaotic:
Applying a 3D rotation 
adds a sense of threat:
Adding 3D depth lends 
weight to the “cloud:”
Here’s a version with 
text depth, 
3D rotation and 
a “reflection:”
More depth makes his concerns 
even more intimidating. 
He really needs help.
You can build word 
clouds in PowerPoint 
and add impact with 
a few text effects.
Visit 
powerpointy/wordpress.com 
and 
search for “word clouds” 
to get more details.
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You can create word clouds in PowerPoint

  1. 1. YOU CAN CREATE WORD CLOUDS IN POWERPOINT
  2. 2. A “word cloud” is a graphical device used to present an unordered array of words – concepts, products, markets, issues, etc.
  3. 3. Here, for example, is a CIO considering the challenges of wireless:
  4. 4. Here, for example, is a CIO considering the challenges of wireless: Size and color can be used for emphasis.
  5. 5. Here, for example, is a CIO considering the challenges of wireless: Size and color can be used for emphasis. Sans serif fonts work well.
  6. 6. The trick is the Square Transform text effect… SMARTPHONES
  7. 7. … that lets you resize, reshape, rotate or apply text effects: SMARTPHONES
  8. 8. Use a temporary shape as a guide for laying out the cloud:
  9. 9. Using lower case and a freer outline appears more chaotic:
  10. 10. Applying a 3D rotation adds a sense of threat:
  11. 11. Adding 3D depth lends weight to the “cloud:”
  12. 12. Here’s a version with text depth, 3D rotation and a “reflection:”
  13. 13. More depth makes his concerns even more intimidating. He really needs help.
  14. 14. You can build word clouds in PowerPoint and add impact with a few text effects.
  15. 15. Visit powerpointy/wordpress.com and search for “word clouds” to get more details.

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