Be patient as you download: some of the pngs are as much as 1.5 MB.
There are so many way to add these graphics to a slide, but we particularly like the treatment used in the series example. Notice that the right side of the book has faded away, making a nice transition to a quote or excerpt that will be highlighted on the slide. This technique is also seen in the clipboard framework and the magnifying glass framework – a nice device. You can eliminate the quotation marks from quotes if you wish, as the text springing from the open book implies a quote or excerpt.
There are many options available within this series. You will need to determine how you want to use the frameworks/graphics before you download. Basically you'll need to look for either "png" or "emf" at the end of the name of the framework. PNGs are like photographs and cannot be edited, although they can be tinted in PowerPoint 2007. EMFs are like clipart and can be edited when ungrouped.
There are also some differences in the characteristics of the pngs. Specifically with the rows of books: v1 and v3 are grouped rows. The books in v2 and v4 and individual books. The EMF row and stack of books are individual books that have been grouped.
Be sure to review the tutorial for usage and formatting information. No animation example has been included with this series. Simple reveals are best to use.
Frameworks available in this series
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