Office hacks: easy to achieve PPT picture local enlargement

In the PPT slideshow to achieve the picture local zoom effect, the production of more trouble. If you use Articulate Storyline 3, you can easily achieve the local zoom effect by using the “zoom area” and “hotspot” functions.

First, open Articulate Storyline 3 and create a new project. In the “Story View” state, double-click the “Untitled Scene” slide to enter the editing window, use the “Insert” tab in the “Picture “Insert the required picture, set the picture size and style. Next, click the “Insert” tab in the “Zoom Area”, then the entire slide will be a green box circled, adjust the size of the box, drag it to the picture needs to be enlarged location. The same reason, you can repeatedly insert multiple zoom areas, then in the timeline of the “zoom area” timeline will appear more than one zoom area, you can adjust their location by mouse, the length of the playback time (drag the right side of the zoom block to adjust).

Next, these zoom areas of the “Zoom Area” timeline are separated by a certain distance, and the first zoom area should be a certain distance behind the starting position of the picture on the picture timeline (Figure 1).

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Click “Hot Topics” in the “Insert” tab, select “Oval”, and draw an ellipse in each zoomed area of the picture. Adjust the start and end points of each hotspot so that the start point of “Hotspot 1” on the timeline is the same as the start point of the picture, the end point of “Hotspot 1” is the same as the end point of “Zoom 1”, and the start and end points of “Hotspot 2” are the same. The start point of “Hot Topic 2” is the same as the end point of “Zoom 1”, the end point of “Hot Topic 2” is the same as the end point of “Zoom 2 “The starting point of “Hot Topic 3” is the same as the ending point of “Zoom 2”, and the ending point of “Hot Topic 3” is the same as the ending point of the end point of “Zoom 3” is the same as the end point of “Zoom 3”, and so on. The purpose of this is to achieve the zooming effect after clicking on the corresponding area (Figure 2).

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Next, click in the middle of the “Zoom 1” timeline, then right-click and select “Create Cue Point at Playhead”; click in the middle of the blank space between “Zoom 1” and “Zoom 2”, then right-click and select “Create Cue Point at Playhead”; click in the middle of “Zoom 2”, then right-click and select “Create Cue Point at Playhead”; click in the middle of the blank space between “Zoom 2” and “Zoom 3”, then right-click and select “Create Cue Point at Playhead”, and so on (Figure 3).

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In the “Triggers” panel on the right side of the window, click “New Trigger”, select “Pause Timeline” at the pop-up window operation, select “This Slide” at the timeline, select “Timeline Start” at the time, and select “1.1 Untitled Slide” at the object. Select “This Slide”, select “Timeline Start” at the time, and select “1.1 Untitled Slide” at the object. Create a new trigger, select “Pause Timeline” at the pop-up window operation, select “Reach Timeline” at the timeline, select “Cue Point”, “#1”, follow the steps below. “#1”, and so on, set each cue point as a pause point.

Then add a new trigger, select “Continue Timeline” at the pop-up window operation, select “this slide” at the timeline, select “user click” at the time, and select the object “Hot Topic 1”. This way, the timeline will continue to play when you click on Hotspot 1. And so on, add new triggers to set several other hotspots to continue playing the timeline when clicked.

Finally, click on the “Player” button, and in the pop-up window, remove all the checkboxes for resources, menus, and so on. Finally, click the “Publish” button, select the Web tab in the pop-up window, enter the title, set the publish folder, and finally publish.

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