Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Creating Custom Bullets
With your options set, click OK to return to the Package For CD dialog box. Insert a blank
CD in your writable drive and click Copy To CD. If you’d rather save the package to a hard
drive or network drive, click Copy To Folder. PowerPoint copies the requested files and also
creates a menu similar to the one shown in Figure 20-25. If AutoRun is enabled on the
computer when you insert the CD, the menu appears automatically. If AutoRun is disabled
or if you saved the package to a folder, you can display the menu by opening the CD or
folder in Windows Explorer, opening the PresentationPackage subfolder, and
doubleclicking the file named PresentationPackage.html.
Figure 20-25 The menu is actually a web page with a link to each presentation or other file
included in the package.
Creating Custom Bullets
Many of the text placeholders you use in PowerPoint include bullets for bulleted lists. As
you can with other Office 2010 programs, you use the Bullets option on the Home tab to
select bullet shapes and styles. Office 2010 has a little-known feature that is particularly
useful for bullets in PowerPoint presentations: the ability to import your own images. For
example, on a corporate presentation, you might use the company logo as a bullet; on a
presentation about penguins, you could use a penguin photo as a bullet.
To create your own custom picture bullets, select the lines of text you want to modify and
click the arrow next to the Bullets option in the Paragraph group on the Home tab. Click
Bullets And Numbering, the command at the bottom of the Bullets gallery. In the Bullets
And Numbering dialog box that appears, click Picture. In the Picture Bullet dialog box, click
Import. Now you can select any image on your computer and see it dropped back into the
Picture Bullet dialog box, as shown in Figure 20-26.
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