PowerPoint + Morph…Who Knew!!

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Listen, I LOVE making my PowerPoint slides “sing”!  It’s important to have the correct information, appropriate layout, and engaging content on your slides, but I always try to go the extra step to make it visually appealing as well.  

I was floating around YouTube and found this video, and this channel.  I was blown away by this “morph” feature…and how simple it is to integrate.  

Look out J&J, morphing will be coming to a Kipp Gray PP Presentation soon!!

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