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f.

To align the text after removing bullets or numbers, click and drag the lower indent setting found on the horizontal ruler to the left to align with the upper indent setting.

8.

Repeat the steps above to add text to each of the book pages.

Fourth: Add Pictures / Images

Save graphic images in the Images folder you created inside your TalkingBook folder.  You may obtain graphic images from any of the following sources:

Microsoft Office Clip Art

Microsoft Office Clips Online

Digital camera

Scanner

Download from the Internet

Create your own with Draw tools (within PowerPoint)

1.

To insert a Clip Art image:

a.

Navigate to the appropriate page in your talking book.

b.

Go to the Insert menu Picture Clip Art...

c.

Search for the image you wish to insert.

d.

After finding the image you wish to insert, left-click the image once to insert it onto the PowerPoint slide.

If necessary, resize the image by clicking and dragging on its corners (handles).

If necessary, crop the image by clicking on the crop tool and then clicking and dragging the corners or sides to the desired crop location.

If necessary, reposition the image by clicking anywhere on the image and dragging it to the new position.

2.

To insert a previously saved graphic image obtained from an external source:

Adapted by: Susan BowdoinPage 3

Last updated on: 6/20/2007

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