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For some reasons can be informative to create several shapes with one background picture and move some of them apart. Moving shapes is easy, but how to keep the background image flowing through them all?
A Jigsaw puzzle is a perfect illustration of a seemingly solid, but unstable structure. Building up or disintegration of such structures serve a good illustration of many business processes.
For the illustration of the complex organizational structure you might think about using Jigsaw puzzle. At a first glance pieces of Jigsaw puzzle look extremely complex, but this isn’t true and you will need a few simple steps to create an impressive Jigsaw puzzle chart.
If you have mastered simple Jigsaw puzzle pieces (see How to create simple Jigsaw pieces using PowerPoint shapes) and 2-D realistic pieces (see How to create 2D realistic Jigsaw pieces using PowerPoint shapes), you are ready to create 3-D realistic pieces. This will give you presentation a look of a professional graphical designer work.
Here you will see how to combine different Jigsaw puzzle drawing techniques to create a photo-realistic puzzle with the fallen-out piece. By adding the falling-out pieces one by one, you can illustrate the dissolution process.
If you mastered realistic 3D Jigsaw puzzles, then you are ready to make them even more vivid. The background image will make them look like real Jigsaw puzzles from eBay. The 3D rotation will add a dynamic of falling down pieces.
Using PowerPoint union and subtract operations you can create basic Jigsaw puzzle pieces in a few minutes (see How to create simple Jigsaw pieces using PowerPoint shapes), but, if you want them to look close to the real ones, you will need to master re-shaping tricks.
Currently, templates with Jigsaw puzzles are very popular on the Internet. Some of them are pretty expensive, but creating your own Jigsaw puzzle piece won’t take a lot of time.
To create really impressive presentation, it is necessary to make some visual effects: highlight several words in the text, items, shapes, etc. If there are pictures in a slide, it can be useful to add some effects to it. One of the interesting effects is the effect named out-of-bound:
It is now popular to create PowerPoint slides with diagrams or charts drawn using the chalk or marker effect. If you create slides with this effect, it will be great to create an agenda or other slides in the same style. For some PowerPoint slides, you can add a background image with a chalk or marker effect: