Graphic Elements for PowerPoint

Created: Wednesday, June 21, 2006, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:05 am


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Question: Can you suggest any good software to create a stunning graphic element for my PowerPoint. I would like to try using 3D shapes instead of PowerPoint shapes.

Answer: Look at PowerPoint’s 3D engine — it is surprisingly powerful although not in the class of a 3D program. Another option is to download the public beta of Office 2007 — the graphic engine is stunning.

Alternatively, do what professional presentation designers do all the time — use Photoshop as a companion to PowerPoint!





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