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Raising Interest with Your Layouts
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A striking way to set up your CTA+3 slides is to use a distinctive layout to make them stand out among all the other slides in the storyboard. In 6, you set up a preliminary medium gray background on the Key Point slides when you set up the storyboard. You can change those placeholder backgrounds to something more striking for example, by using a split-screen layout on the Key Point slides. This layout style, shown in Figure 7-13, is a quick and easy way to set up these slides for sketches, and it s a particularly good t for using icons as described earlier in this chapter.
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FIGURE 7-13 Sketches of the CTA+3 slides with a split-screen layout on the Key Point slides.
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In 8, you ll explore PowerPoint features to set up and apply different layouts to the different levels of the storyboard. For now, if you want to quickly set up these slides to see how they look when you sketch on them in split-screen layout format, go to Normal view for the rst Key Point slide. On the Insert tab, in the Illustrations group, click Shapes and then select Rectangle. Position the cursor in the upper right of the slide, click
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Sketching the Call to Action and Key Point Slides
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and drag until the rectangle lls half the screen, and then right-click the box and add a white ll. Then click and drag the headline to the left and click and drag the sizing handles to t the headline, as shown on the upper-right slide in Figure 7-13. Copy and paste the rectangle to the other two Key Point slides, and adjust the headlines. On the Call to Action slide, add a horizontal white rectangle to the middle of the slide to distinguish this slide from the Key Point slides, as shown on the upper-left slide in Figure 7-13. Once you have the temporary layouts in place on the CTA+3 slides, sketch on the slides as usual.
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Keeping the Motif Flowing
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Your sketches will start to really strengthen your visual story if you have used a motif throughout your story template. For example, carry the puzzle motif from the Act I slides to the Call to Action slide, as shown on the upper-left slide in Figure 7-14. Beginning with the third Key Point slide on the lower right, sketch three puzzle pieces together with the numbers 1-2-3, then put the rst two puzzle pieces on the second Key Point slide on the lower left, and then put the rst puzzle piece on the rst Key Point slide on the upper right. You can still add photos to the slides if you want sketch a photo of a document on the rst Key Point slide on the upper right, the people photo on the lower-left slide, and the customer survey form and logos on the lower-right slide.
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FIGURE 7-14 Sketches of the CTA+3 slides with a puzzle motif.
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Sketching Your Storyboard
The photos in this example might or might not be full-screen, depending on the actual photos you use. They could also be simple photo objects with the backgrounds cut out. Or if you want to get really creative, bring the puzzle motif and the photos together by sketching each photo inside a puzzle piece.
Integrating the Interaction
Just as the Point A and Point B slides are good places to ask questions and prompt dialog, other good places to do that are just before the second and third Key Point slides. To plan for audience interaction at these points, go to Slide Sorter view after you sketch your Key Point slides, select Key Point 1, and then click Ctrl+D to duplicate the slide. Drag the duplicate Key Point 1 slide to just before the Key Point 2 slide. Now select Key Point 2, duplicate it, and drag the duplicate to just before Key Point 3. After you present the Explanation and Detail slides that follow Key Point 1, you ll see the Key Point 1 slide again, and there you ll pause to ask for questions. When you ve nished, advance to the Key Point 2 slide. Pause again after the Key Point 2 slide, and then advance to Key Point 3. You also might choose to duplicate these slides in 8, after you ve added graphics to visually reinforce the Key Point slides at the end of the rst and second Act II scenes.
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