Raw. The image has a ProShow border and shadow attached to it.
Bare. The image itself is used as a mask and a border/shadow layer. Image zooming occurs within the confines of the mask.
I. The image is masked to a 3:2 aspect ratio and a layer is used for a border and shadow.
II. The image is masked to a 4:3 aspect ratio and a layer is used for a border and shadow.
There are 3 styles: Portrait Basic, Landscape Basic, and Dual Portrait.
What these allow you to do is to put the image(s) on the slide, apply the style, and continue working. They images are basically positioned to the center of the screen, sized to 90% of the "Fit to Safe Zone," and given a border and shadow. The dual portrait style positions the images at similar locations left and right.
Effectively, these simple styles can save some time and effort in simple setup of the images on a slide.
There are 10 types of people who understand binary:
Those who do and those who don't.
Thanx for the thanx! Much appreciated. I hope the styles are useful to you as they are for me.
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