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v.

Repeat steps to place a back arrow in the lower left-hand corner of the page.

c.

Add a page turning effect.

i.

Go to the Slide Show menu Slide Transition.

ii.

Select a transition effect from the drop-down list.  Remember to select one that will ease the transition between the pages, not one that is garish or distracting.

iii.

Click Apply to All.

4.

Go to the Insert menu Duplicate slide.  Repeat this step for each page of your book.  This ensures that the buttons and transitions are consistent throughout the book.  If you aren’t sure how many pages you’ll need, just make sure to always leave a blank slide to duplicate as needed as the last slide.

5.

Save your talking book in the folder you created.

Third: Add Text

1.

Navigate to the first page of your talking book.

2.

Go to the Format menu Slide Layout.

3.

Select Title Slide.

4.

In the spaces indicated, click to type the book title and subtitle (author’s name).

5.

Navigate to page two.

6.

Go to the Format menu Slide Layout.

7.

Select the slide layout that most resembles the type of slide you’ll need.  

a.

To delete text boxes, click on the text box border until you see it change to a dotted line, then press the delete key.

b.

To move text boxes, click on the text box border then drag it to a new location.

c.

To resize a text box, click on the text box border, then click and drag the corners of the textbox (in to reduce, out to enlarge).

d.

To format text, highlight the text and use the Formatting toolbar to select font type, size, attributes (bold, italic, underline), alignment, bullets/numbers and indents.

e.

To remove bullets or numbers, highlight the text and click the bullets or numbers button on the formatting toolbar.

Adapted by: Susan BowdoinPage 2

Last updated on: 6/20/2007

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