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a.

Navigate to the appropriate page in your talking book.

b.

Go to the Insert menu Picture and select From File...

c.

Select the image to insert.

d.

Click OK.

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.

Fifth: Add Animation to Your Text and Images (This section was adapted from information found in the Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 Help menu.)

***Caution*** Only use animation in meaningful and purposeful ways!  Do not add animation just because it’s “cute” or “fun.”  Use it to enhance or add emphasis to specific items on your pages.

Add Custom Animation to Text and Images

1.

Display the slide with the text or objects you want to animate.

2.

Select the object you want to animate.

3.

On the Slide Show menu, click Custom Animation.

4.

In the Custom Animation Task Pane, click , and do one or more of the following:

If you want to make the text or object enter the slide show presentation with an effect, point to  Entrance and then click an effect.

If you want to add an effect to text or an object that is on the slide, point to Emphasis and then click an effect.

If you want to add an effect to text or an object that makes it leave the slide at some point, point to  Exit and then click an effect.

If you want to add an effect that makes an object move in a specified pattern, point to  Motion Paths and then click an effect.

Adapted by: Susan BowdoinPage 4

Last updated on: 6/20/2007

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