Hole in the Paper Graphics for PowerPoint – 01

Created: Thursday, October 8, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



What does “Hole in the Paper” mean? This is a name for a graphic treatment that gives an appearance of something being visible from a frame of torn paper. Typically it is difficult to create a graphic of this sort in PowerPoint. So we decided to create something so easy. In fact, this ended up being so simple that anyone can now build this “hole in the paper” visual effect in just under one minute! How did we do that? We created everything other than the picture you want to use. All you need to do is insert your own picture, send it behind everything else in your “slide” and you are done.

Download and use these graphics in PowerPoint.

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