Friday, October 30, 2009

Happy Halloween: Join the party

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Watch more cool animation and creative cartoons at Aniboom
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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Insert royalty free images in PowerPoint using new PowerPoint add-in from fotolia

Images and video marketplace, Fotolia has released FREE Add-in for PowerPoint 2007 & Word 2007. With Fotolia PowerPoint add-in you can instantly add high-resolution photos, vectors, and illustrations using your free Fotolia account without leaving PowerPoint. See video below on how to use Fotolia Add-in.

You can download Fotolia Add-in for PowerPoint 2007 here.

Add-ins like authorSTREAM desktop which lets you insert YouTube videos and images from Bing, SlideFinder which lets you search the web for presentations and slides and Fotolia ribbon are going to give a new direction to creation of content and media rich presentations.
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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Using PowerPoint presentations as Greeting card

This post on feisublog which showcase a Diwali greeting from authorSTREAM, shows a perfect and innovative way of sending personalized greeting card digitally crafted with your own hands to your loved ones.

PowerPoint gives you immense power and freedom to use your imagination, creativity to create a great greeting card for any occasion. With typical greeting card websites it's way difficult to pick the correct card which can express your deep emotions. Animations, sound, your own narration in PowerPoint will help you ponder your inner emotions in a PowerPoint slide show in a much better way.

So just build up a theme or story and start creating your own very special card. Get some cool pictures, templates, music or record narration if you want to send more personalized card. Make sure to time it with cool animations and transitions.

Halloween iconImage via Wikipedia

Why not create your own Halloween greeting card, full of bats, jack-o'-lantern, ghosts, skeletons, witches, devils and some scary music. Have a look on Halloween cards on Slideshare and authorSTREAM, read Microsoft's step by step guide on How to Create a multimedia greeting card in PowerPoint and get started.

Update: authorSTREAM already has a greeting card section which has user submitted presentation cards for different events and festivals. Either you can use greeting cards available on authorSTREAM or upload your own PowerPoint presentation, add some background theme, message and share it with your loved ones.

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