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Keynote "Instant Alpha" equivalent in PowerPoint?

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#1 BigTarantula99


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Posted 25 October 2013 - 08:58 PM

You know how Keynote has that "Instant Alpha" tool that deletes a certain color portion of an image and makes it transparent?  For example, an image of a flower with a white background is inserted into Keynote and, in order to make the presentation more professional-looking, the Instant Alpha tool is used to get rid of the white background, making just the flower show on the slide.  Is there a tool in PowerPoint that does the same thing?  I'm new to PowerPoint.

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