RE: Overlaying pages of text on top of one another (fanned out)
- From: Echo S <echos@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 13 Oct 2005 06:17:04 -0700
I think custom animations will be your best bet.
You can use Draw|Order to move one Word document above or behind another so
it shows the way you want it to when you animate it.
When I've had to do this kind of thing (documents fanned out) in the past,
I've usually found it easiest to take screen shots of the Word documents,
save those as images, and use Insert|Picture|From File to insert the pictures
of the docs onto my slide. Then I rotate each of the images a little so they
"fan," and then I add custom animation to each.
Holler if you need assistance with any of the specifics.
Echo [MS PPT MVP]
presenter, PPT Live '05
Sept 25-28, San Diego http://www.powerpointlive.com
"Bridge Erector Gal" wrote:
> Yes, still require assistance. I am working with Custom Animations; but do
> not know if this is the best thing to use. Any other suggestions? Boss
> departs for home office this Friday. Much thanks. Bridge Erector Gal
> "Echo S" wrote:
> > Did you get this worked out, or could you still use help with it?
> > Sorry, it seems we all missed it last week.
> > --
> > Echo [MS PPT MVP]
> > http://www.echosvoice.com
> > presenter, PPT Live '05
> > Sept 25-28, San Diego http://www.powerpointlive.com
> > "Bridge Erector Gal" wrote:
> > > I desperately need to prepare one slide if possible displaying multiple Word
> > > documents with text fanned out one on top of the other slanted right. Is
> > > this done via Draw, Order, Bring to Front or Back on one slide or something
> > > else? I have 6 separate text docs in Word so can I fan them down on one
> > > slide, rehearsed timing or can this only be done using six separate slides?
> > > I thank you so much for your assistance. Tonight I will stop at the library
> > > to get a Users Guide Manual as my company does not have one. Any suggestions
> > > on the best one for PPT 2002?
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