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10 Tips for Enhancing Your Storyboard
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Tip 3: Install the Storyboard Formatter on Your Local Computer
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If you want to make the BBP Storyboard Formatter available on your local computer every time you create a new PowerPoint le, save it in your PowerPoint Templates folder. To do that, follow these steps:
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Double-click to open the BBP Storyboard Formatter that you saved to your computer earlier in this chapter. Click the Microsoft Of ce Button, click Save As, and then in the Save As dialog box, click the Save As Type drop-down arrow, and choose PowerPoint Template. PowerPoint automatically selects the location on your local computer where the default PowerPoint template is stored. To create a new presentation, click the Microsoft Of ce Button, click New, and then in the Templates area, select My Templates. In the New Presentation dialog box, you should see the template you just saved select it and click OK to create the presentation.
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Tip 4: Edit the Headlines
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PowerPoint provides two ways for you to edit headlines. The rst method is to click the View tab and, in the Presentation Views group, click Normal. In this view, click in the title area of the slide, and then start editing. The second method is to view the presentation in Outline format. In Normal view, the leftmost pane of the PowerPoint window contains an Overview area with two tabs: Outline and Slides. Click the Outline tab to see a list of headlines and, to the left of each headline, a number and a small icon of a slide. Click in the text of the headline you want to edit. As you make changes to a headline on the Outline tab, the corresponding text in the title area of the slide to the right is updated. You can drag the vertical line at the right side of the Outline pane to increase or decrease its size to accommodate the width of the headlines. The Outline tab can be useful for reviewing all of the headlines of the slides in a list that you can read from top to bottom. Later you can print this outline to use as speaker notes.
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Tip 5: Apply Slide Backgrounds Manually
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If you do not use the BBP Storyboard Formatter, you will not be able to use the built-in custom layouts to format the Key Point, Explanation, and Detail slides, but you can still format them manually. To quickly do this, follow these steps:
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In Slide Sorter view, right-click the Call to Action slide, click Format Background on the shortcut menu, and in the Format Background dialog box, click Fill and then select Solid Fill.
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On the Color drop-down menu, click More Colors, select dark gray, and then click OK. Make sure that the Transparency bar slider is set to 0%, and then click Close. Click the rst Key Point slide, and then hold down Ctrl and click to select the second and third Key Point slides. Now right-click one of the slides, click Format Background on the shortcut menu, and in the Format Background dialog box, click Fill and then select Solid Fill. On the Color drop-down menu, click More Colors, select medium gray, and then click OK. Make sure that the Transparency bar slider is set to 0%, and then click Close. Next click the rst Explanation slide, and then hold down Ctrl and select the rest of the Explanation slides. Now right-click one of the slides, click Format Background on the shortcut menu, and in the Format Background dialog box, on the Fill tab, select Solid Fill. On the Color drop-down menu, click More Colors, select light gray, and then click OK. Make sure that the Transparency bar slider is set to 0%, and then click Close.
Do nothing to the Act I and Detail slides. Be sure to change only the background colors for now and otherwise leave the slides blank except for the headlines. If you were to include logos, other slide backgrounds, and other graphics on your storyboard at this point, they would constrain your design decisions and interfere with the way you will use backgrounds in this chapter to purposefully cue the working memory of your audience.
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