Creating Word Clouds for PowerPoint using Word Cloud Generator

Created: Wednesday, February 11, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am

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Word Clouds provide creative ways to explore and explain a concept or a subject using relevant terms that support a central idea. Even better, they create a visual from some words, and can be used effectively in presentation scenarios, such as within your PowerPoint slides. However, creating such a Word Cloud in PowerPoint can be both a daunting and a time consuming task! You will first have to insert text boxes and rotate them randomly until you are satisfied. And even then, the output you achieve in PowerPoint may not be so appealing. To make this process easier, we will explore another site called the Word Cloud Generator.

Learn how to create word clouds for PowerPoint in Word Cloud Generator.

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