Learn to create useful torn and burnt paper effects in half a minute using PowerPoint 2010. Watch and learn from our video tutorial.
Uses of the effect:
The effect can be used in a number of ways. For example, it can be used to showcase ripped screenshot as follows:
Another very simple way to use it is to show clippings of a news item like a scrap of newspaper or note paper. You can even showcase famous quotes or highlight important text like this:
You can find more ways to highlight text here in this article >>
Apart from using torn paper effect, there are a number of other ways to showcase quotes in your slides.
Some templates to draw inspiration from:
These template are quite useful to highlight critical information, quote or to make an important announcement. You can use the ‘change picture’ option to replace this sample picture with the picture of your choice.
Now, that you’ve seen the options to display quotes in your slides…
Click on the video to learn how to create the torn paper effect:
Overview of steps in tutorial:
To learn how to bring Combine shape command to your quick access toolbar, watch our earlier tutorials on how to create segmented Venn diagram.
The Shape Subtract option as the name suggests works only with shapes.
If you want to cut pictures using the same technique, all you need to do is to draw a rectangle to match the size of the picture. Save the picture. Fill the rectangle with the picture using ‘shape fill with picture’ option.
You can find the detailed tutorial for a shape subtract trick here >>
You can take this torn paper effect to the next level by giving it a Burnt paper effect in PowerPoint 2010.
See the stunning results you can achieve in a matter of seconds by learning this technique.
Click PLAY to watch the video tutorial below:
To recap the video:
Almost all the effects we teach in our tutorials can be created in less than a minute. These effects add that ‘little extra’ to make your ideas stand out.
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