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Chapter 8. Adding Graphics to Your Storyboard > Creating the Act III Slides

Creating the Act III Slides

As you’ll recall from writing your story template in Chapters 4 and 5, you never got around to writing Act III of your story—the resolution. You will quickly take care of the end of your story now with a couple of mouse clicks. A classic way to end a story is to back out the way you came in, and you can end your story the same way by holding down the Ctrl key while you select your Point A and Point B slides along with your Call to Action slide. With these slides selected, press Ctrl+D to duplicate the three slides. Now drag these duplicated slides to the end of the presentation, following the last Detail slide of Act II. Here you might differentiate these slides graphically from their Act I counterparts by hiding the headlines, as shown in Figure 8-22.

Figure 8-22. The Point A, Point B, and Call to Action slides duplicated as the closing Act III slides, with the headlines hidden.



  

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