Insert Characters in PowerPoint using Adobe Presenter

Created: Tuesday, December 30, 2014, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:15 am



It’s not too easy to find high quality, royalty-free photographs of people that you can use throughout your lessons — and to find pictures of the same person in different poses with the backgrounds within those pictures removed — well, that’s even more difficult. Fortunately, Adobe Presenter’s Character option enables you to add such characters easily into your PowerPoint slides. The Character option provides ready-to-use character images such as business executives and medical practitioners that help you make your presentations engaging with real actors.

Explore how to insert characters in PowerPoint using Adobe Presenter.

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