PowerPoint Creative
Log In or Register to participate in PPC!

Log in

I forgot my password

Or
Who is online?
In total there are 2 users online :: 0 Registered, 0 Hidden and 2 Guests

None

Latest topics
RUBIKSTEPSSun Jul 14, 2019 7:11 amjohnr
PIRATE ISLANDSun Jun 23, 2019 3:55 pmjohnr
Hi, I'm Isaac!Fri Jun 21, 2019 4:24 pmjohnr
SHUT THE BOXFri Jun 07, 2019 5:04 pmjohnr
DOORS OF DEATH!Wed Jun 05, 2019 12:44 pmjohnr
Hola como estanSun May 26, 2019 2:02 pmMarisol1971
Hello (and Sorry).Tue May 21, 2019 8:50 amrusnakcreative
GETTING STARTED 1 - Make a shooting game
Mon Jan 21, 2019 6:09 amjohnr
This is the first of a series I'm planning for anyone new to making games on PowerPoint. It's a 'Shoot the Spaceships' shooting game based on one of my first ever games made on PowerPoint featured here: My First Games

This one was made on PowerPoint 2010. The original was made on PPT 2003, so this one uses some of the more advanced features that were not available back then such as the 'Trigger' …
MAKE A MEMORY GAME ON POWERPOINT - 3-Part Video Tutorial
Tue Jan 15, 2019 5:49 amjohnr
After an interesting dialogue between myself and Yahretszy, I eventually developed a way of making a 'matching pair' memory game for as many pairs of objects that will fit on a slide.

I subsequently made a video tutorial of how this method works which I split into three parts to stop it being too much to take-in in one go. They are on You Tube but not made public quite yet.

I have also posted a …
Make your own cogs and gears!
Sat Sep 09, 2017 11:53 pmrusnakcreative
Using the Merge Shapes tools, and multiple shapes, you too can make some pretty impressive shapes!

PowerPoint Creative Forum - Tutorials 344zhbp


  1. You'll need to make 1 large circle, a multi-pointed star, a medium circle, and a smaller circle in that order. It should look like the shapes on the left.
  2. Alter the star so that each of the points is wide enough for each tooth of your cog. The tooth of your cog …
THE SLIDE BACKGROUND FILL TECHNIQUE
Fri Dec 14, 2018 2:38 pmjohnr
Slide background fill is one of my favourite PowerPoint functions. It opens up so many possibilities. This is a video tutorial on how to apply it and how you can get an object to move behind an element of a background photo.

I used this technique in the 'Santa's Halloween Rescue' game and have used this game as the basis for the tutorial.

How to VBA - Lesson 1: How do you VBA?
Tue Aug 22, 2017 11:11 pmrusnakcreative
Hello out there, this will be my first attempt at forming what I hope would be a general but in-depth guide on how to do some programming with PowerPoint!

In this first lesson, we'll go over what is VBA, and where to go to make programming magic happen, and how to make a button run a macro.

So, what is VBA?
VBA stands for Visual Basic for Applications and is the programming language of …
Search
Display results as :
Advanced Search
Statistics
We have 275 registered usersThe newest registered user is mr.jOur users have posted a total of 1400 messagesin 319 subjects
Social bookmarking
Social bookmarking digg  Social bookmarking delicious  Social bookmarking reddit  Social bookmarking stumbleupon  Social bookmarking slashdot  Social bookmarking yahoo  Social bookmarking google  Social bookmarking blogmarks  Social bookmarking live      

Bookmark and share the address of PowerPoint Creative on your social bookmarking website
RSS feeds

Yahoo! 
MSN 
AOL 
Netvibes 
Bloglines