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Formattable Burst Variations

Formattable Burst Variations example of possible use

Click on the series example to see an enlarged version. The distinct characteristics of the burst become apparent at a larger size.

This series of bursts can receive fill and line color. Photographs can also be imported into the burst, which was done in the series example (the series example also has a semitransparent burst over the burst with the imported photograph to give it a shaded color). There are five different variations for each shape. Look at them carefully before selecting a burst. Some have a larger center and smaller "rays." Some of the rays are uniform and some are ragged. Pick one variation and use it consistently throughout your presentation, e.g., if you use a v03 with one shape, the v03s for the other shapes will match.

Importing a photograph can be accomplished within the Format AutoShape menu for pre-PowerPoint 2007 versions and within the Format Shape menu for PowerPoint 2007. Just be sure to select a photograph that is roughly the same dimensions so it won't skew when imported. You may need to crop the photograph in another application before importing to get a good "fit."

Also, download the animated example to see how you might animate the slide – zooms are always good with bursts.

You may also want to take a look at other burst series in the library: EM001, EM007, and DE028

The background used in the example for this series is courtesy of ppted.com.
Visit http://www.ppted.com to view their library of backgrounds.


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Keywords: bursts, rays

Categories: Emphasis

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