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Linda Lorenzetti

Hi Dan,

It looks like Tom's callouts are png files, which means unless the image is small enough that you can place it on top, you'll need to perform some  image manipulation.  The callout shapes that are in PowerPoint would be a better option for this effect because you can fill them with an image using the format shape option (right-click callout).

Linda

Zara Ogden

I know how to do It. Kinda

You could follow this method. https://player.vimeo.com/video/149035275

What you are going to do is

1. create a box that is the same as your backgound

2. insert your bubble

3. select both and cut

4. paste special as png

5. remove the color from the center of your image.

6. complete.

Hope it works

Jessie Upp

Dan Brigham said:

Hi, e-learning heroes:

I downloaded the set of custom callouts and thought bubbles that Tom K. provided not too long ago. Anyone know how I add an image so that it crops itself into the bubble, and I don't have to any Photoshoping?

Thanks so much. --Daniel


Hi Daniel,

Would you be so kind to provide a direct link to the custom callouts and thought bubbles that Tom K provided a while ago?

~ Jessie

Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Jessie,

Here's a link to lots of custom callouts:

http://community.articulate.com/downloads/g/callouts/default.aspx

FYI, I clicked on the Downloads link at the top of the forum page. Lots of great stuff and well-organized, including a section called Assets with a subsection: Callouts

Jessie Upp

Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro said:

Hi Jessie,

Here's a link to lots of custom callouts:

http://community.articulate.com/downloads/g/callouts/default.aspx

FYI, I clicked on the Downloads link at the top of the forum page. Lots of great stuff and well-organized, including a section called Assets with a subsection: Callouts


Thank you, Rebecca!! Very helpful