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I did this myself but I noticed there was a step missing. If you want to create a new background with an image you import, make sure you pull down the divider on the sidebar and add the image to the MASTER slide. Then you can save the theme. I tried saving the theme before doing this and couldn't figure out why it still looked like the old theme when I ...
As there doesn't seem to be any way to make PowerPoint handle vector graphics, the only solution is to export the image to the correctly sized PDF image (essentially treating it the same way one might work with a raster image). While this is incredibly dissatisfying, it does result in a PPT presentation with unpixelated images…
there's a simpler answer. choose whatever slides you want to use, go to view> lightable, then choose command A (select All), go to Format on the right and edit background as you want.
In Keynote 6.2 this works: There is a built-in fade build for bullet points in Keynote. To use it, create your bullets, select the text box they are in, and go to the Build Inspector. There, select an Effect, then go to the Delivery drop-down menu. One option is By Highlighted Bullet. This option will fade the prior bullet point as a new one ...
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