Text Characters with Picture Fills in PowerPoint

Created: Friday, April 24, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am

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You may have seen text used creatively as a container for picture fills so many times – but did you realize that you could do it within PowerPoint – yes, all you need is PowerPoint and nothing else! Well, of course you still need imagination, the proper picture to use as a fill, and a nice thick, blocky font – but you probably have it all already – and we will help you put all these elements together within this quick and easy tutorial.

Learn how you can fill text characters with picture fills creatively.

Categories: design, powerpoint, text

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