PowerPoint Tutorials: How to Use PowerPoint Maps for Print

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JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Shapes, objects, graphics, designs created in PowerPoint has a high advantage for printing in PowerPoint because they are all vector. Many people consider that PowerPoint is made only for business use. Let’s take it to another level and see how 24point0 Map products can be used for print in skyscrapers, posters, banners and even on t-shirts. This tutorial will also show you how to export images from PowerPoint for print. A simple way of printing 24point0 Maps on banners, posters, etc. without using other image editing software: No need to draw or illustrate a very detailed map from scratch. You can simply use one of our editable PowerPoint map products. Let’s show you how you can use the map to be printed on your t-shirt. For this process, you will need to use other vector editing software like Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw, etc… Taking Adobe illustrator as an example since this software is known worldwide. Here is how you can import our PowerPoint map into Adobe illustrator by retaining it’s vector, editable shape paths. There you go. Now you can change the colors, resize, add your own design elements. You can do all of these actions because they will all be in a vector form, fully editable. Since our PPT maps are ready to be used on it’s own, it is also useful to teachers, professors, managers, preachers and group leaders since it can easily be printed out. How to Add Tools to Quick Access Toolbar in PowerPoint How Do I Embed a Video from My Computer into My Presentation? How to Use PowerPoint Maps in Websites Tips and Tutorials on using our PowerPoint slides Source.

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