Microsoft PowerPoint is like Photoshop for clip artwork photographs. In only a few clicks, you’ll be able to modify present clip artwork graphics in PowerPoint in order that the picture seem extra related to the theme of your Presentation.
As an example, you’ll be able to simply take away advanced backgrounds from clipart, merge two or extra clip artwork photographs into one, change colours schemes, add perspective, picture results and a lot extra.
The way to modify clip artwork in PowerPoint
Since clip arts are nothing however a gaggle of strains and coloured fills, the important thing to enhancing a clip artwork is to separate every part. Upon getting inserted a clip artwork in your PowerPoint presentation slide, proper click on the graphic and choose Group -> Ungroup. Repeat.
Now the clip artwork is like another vector form. If you wish to take away a background (as within the case of tiger above), choose the completely different objects that type the background and press delete.
Alternatively, you’ll be able to change the colour of the background by deciding on a distinct coloration from the Format menu.
You too can create very attention-grabbing clip artwork by combining a number of photographs. Within the instance beneath, we positioned the rabbit clip artwork onto the research desk. Within the course of, we eliminated that golden egg, scaled the dimensions and likewise flipped the rabbit path.
Within the subsequent instance, we imported an Excel chart inside PowerPoint, then picked solely the standing woman from the “assembly” clipart and positioned her behind the chart so as to add a slight 3D look.
The probabilities are infinite. You may simply change the colour of the shirt whereas maintaining every part else similar or rotate the graphics and even place a number of copies of the identical clip artwork picture on one slide however with a distinct scale.
And as soon as you might be performed enhancing the clip artwork, choose all components of the cut up picture (simply drag the mouse across the picture) and press Ctrl+G to group every part once more.