How to Make a Post-It Checklist Graphic for Your Slides

??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Do you use checklists on your slides? If you’re the type who creates slides that talk about lists with X number of items, then you might want to come up with a checklist graphic just to make it more pleasing to the eyes.

One example done by Ellen Finkelstein is a post-it checklist. Of course you can come up with other images. In her blog post, Create a checklist graphic in PowerPoint, she mentioned getting sample photos for free at freeimages.com. But if you already prefer the post-it checklist graphic, she will teach you how to:

1. Get the Post-it® note
2. Add the checkboxes
3. Add the checkmarks and numbers

Head to her post now and find out more!

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Burst and Star Graphics for Presentations

If you need to make graphics with impact for your blog posts, newsletters, training materials and other visual aids, you can do so by using one with burst or star shapes.

Making a burst image or star graphic is pretty easy. Ellen Finkelstein in her blog post, Create your own graphics with bursts and stars, gives you 11 easy steps to follow so you can format an image to look like this:

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You will need PowerPoint to do this. Head there now and find out how you can make interesting graphics with bursts and stars.