18 Feb

Use Clip Art to Make Custom Icons for Your Presentation 2.0

Few months ago I did a blog post on using clip art to create custom icons and to date this has been one of my most visited posts.

Bruce Gabrielle, the author of Speaking PowerPoint actually wrote the tip into his book and recently created a short video tutorial for it. So if you rather follow the steps on screen here is the short video:

Comments (2)

  1. leyla 06. Mar, 2011 at 1:56 pm

    This was great! Very helpful (and seemingly easy).
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  2. Srinivasa 13. Feb, 2016 at 3:16 pm

    Thanks for your book. Exactly about what my business has faelln into. No one else wanted to touch PowerPoint, way back in the mid nineties. Found a niche. Very nice to find people who know as much and more about PPT innards. Enjoying the book. Scribbling all over it and making it my own. New stuff I had never even thought to explore. Such as those annoying extra color chips you don’t want the client to use. Tried to obtain Visual Studio LightSwitch even chatted with an agent no longer available by MS. Can you let me know what is your next best suggestion for editing XML? Do want to try getting those extra custom chips in there too!Thank you again,Francine

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