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How to Make 3D Pop-out Photos in PowerPoint - (Out of Bounds Effect Tutorial)

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Published on Jan 15, 2013

Here's another cool PowerPoint trick you can use to spice up your presentations. It is a 3D pop-out photo technique that most people only do in Photoshop (called the "out of bounds" effect) - it makes your pictures pop up on page and look totally amazing!

It's easy to do, and is a great way to quickly add some spice to your PPT pics.

Check out my new blog with step-by-step instructions on this tutorial! http://nutsandboltsspeedtraining.com/...

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To learn other Animation and PowerPoint Tricks (and download more FREE slides), see my other posts:

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