Text with Bites

Created: Monday, November 5, 2007, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:12 am



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It’s easy to create text with bites in PowerPoint, although it is a little time consuming. That’s not a big issue since you’ll want to use this effect sparingly as a design style for some titles or text boxes only. To make sure that you know what text with bites means, look at the before and after slides in Figures 1 and 2 – this effect is also known as “eaten-up text’”.

text before bites
Figure 1: Before the bites text after bites
Figure 2: After the bites
Although the figures and the steps use PowerPoint 2007, the actual effect can be easily replicated as far back as PowerPoint 97.Learn here…
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