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Make a paragraph pop out of an image and look zoomed in.

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#1 panthersfan25


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Posted 30 October 2014 - 11:01 AM

Hello All,


I have an image that we will be showing during a company meeting, it has a paragraph underneath it that is difficult to read because it is too small.  I want to show the image and then when the speaker talks about it, I want it to zoom in on that paragraph and make it large enough for everyone to read.  i have seen it down where it blurs the background image and focuses on the text, any ideas how I can do this?  I do have access to Adobe CS5.5 Suite, if there are any programs within that suite.




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#2 Martel


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Posted 01 November 2014 - 08:04 AM

You could convert that paragraph to an image 

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Posted 03 November 2014 - 09:56 PM

Is PowerPoint being used for the presentation? If so, and in regards to what you have seen before, the paragraph or text can be enlarged and highlighted using the custom animation feature within PowerPoint.


Specifically, (again this is in PowerPoint), you would open Custom Animation, select the text box containing the paragraph or text, Add effect>Grow/Shrink. I would probably retype the text because it will appear more crisp than if the paragraph is converted to an image and then animated with this technique. 


From there, the animation can be adjusted for size, speed, fade, etc. 


If you are simply displaying an image during your meeting, then I would agree with Martel and simply convert the paragraph to a hi-res image. 

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