In this article I’ll show you how simple it is to convert any font in to a shape, you can then turn them in to placeholders or merge with other shapes. Use regular, icon or dingbat fonts.
Ever wondered how to create pretty labels with arched text in PowerPoint. Sometimes you might need to curve your text in order to fit it on a a label. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a simple label in PowerPoint.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create custom brush shaped image placeholders in PowerPoint. Previously I’ve made a tutorial on how to make basic custom placeholders in PowerPoint such as circles, if you are interested to learn learn that as well, view this tutorial: How to Create Basic Custom Picture Placeholders in PowerPoint […]
Ever seen a presentation and wonder how those unique infographic shapes were made? Here we’ll show you how to do it all in PowerPoint. You can download the light bulb slide here. We are going to start by using 3 basic shapes. If you hover over the shapes you’ll see the names: under flowchart choose Terminator […]
EMF files can be very handy, you can create custom shapes in PowerPoint, save them as EMF and then edit on Illustrator or to use on your future presentations. How to import EMF file to PowerPoint To bring EMF to PowerPoint go to Insert -> Pictures and choose the EMF file. Once you have it […]
In this tutorial I’ll show you how you can easily bring vector graphic from Adobe Illustrator to your PowerPoint document. Here we have a very simple vector done in Illustrator, this is for demonstration purpose only since you could easily create something like this directly on PowerPoint. To use Illustrator vector shape on PowerPoint we […]
This tutorial will teach you how to create a custom image placeholder. This tutorial was made using PowerPoint 2013 but the same instructions apply to PowerPoint 2010 as well. In PowerPoint you can fill any shape with an image but if you want to customise your basic square image placeholder here is guide how to […]