Drag and Drop PowerPoint or How to make PowerPoint behave like an Interactive Whiteboard. Match the correct definition with the name of the polygon Pentagon 8 sided polygon Trapesium 7 sided polygon Octagon Quadrilateral with 2 acute & 2 obtuse angles Parallelogram Quadrilateral with 1 pair of parallel sides Heptagon 5 sided polygon Before you start • Open PowerPoint • Click Tools • Click Options • Click Security Tag • Click Macro Security • Select Medium • Close and re-open PowerPoint (you won’t have to do any of that again) Write your presentation • Write the PowerPoint presentation as normal, or find the PowerPoint you want to add the macro to. • Save it. Instructions • Open ‘DragandDrop.ppt’ • (Click enable macros if asked) • Click Insert • Click Slides from Files • Click Browse and then on your chosen ppt • Tick Keep Source Formatting • Click Insert All • Click save as and rename your PowerPoint To make bits move with Drag and Drop • Right-click on the image or text box you want to move around • Click Action Settings • Click Run Macro (‘draganddrop’ should be in the box) • Click OK • When you have finished you can delete all these instruction slides Troubleshooting • Check security settings are ‘medium’ (recommended) or ‘low’ (not recommended) • Make sure you right-click on the top line of a text box if you want it to move – it will go transparent if clicked in right place. • If a group of objects won’t drag, try right clicking and saving the group as a picture. Insert the picture back into the presentation (‘Insert, Picture, From file…’) and apply the macro to the picture.
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