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Google Slides Image Hack: Cropping vs. Masking

For those of us who did not grow up with digital cameras/photos, at some point in time, you may have wanted to remove someone from a photo. Perhaps, an ex-boyfriend/girlfriend or former BFF. It may have looked something like this:

And, if you are wise enough to recall that, you will know that pictures of relationships were often patched back together with this tool …

Today, Google Slides cropping tool will help you hide a portion of an image without destroying the hidden area. You will be able to access the area of the image you cropped and restore the entire picture. Here is an example: read more

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Customizing Colors with ColorPick

Most applications provide a color palette to choose from when changing font/background colors. If you are seeking to match a specific color from a website or digital file, the ColorPick Eyedropper Chrome extension works perfectly.

To use the ColorPick Eyedropper, follow the below steps:

  • First, add the ColorPick Eyedropper from the Chrome WebStore
  • Find the color you want to copy on your screen. Click on the ColorPick Eyedropper extension.

  • Click on the color you want to copy. Then, copy the color code
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    Say it with a Word Cloud

    Google defines a word cloud as “an image composed of words used in a particular text or subject, in which the size of each word indicates its frequency or importance.”  The word cloud above is from a 1991 report where my sister interviewed my grandpa about his service in the United States Army during WWII. By looking at the image, you will notice certain words are larger and bolder because they appear more frequently in the report.  

    Word Clouds are a fun way to introduce a topic or lesson. It’s also a visual way to showcase students’ feelings or reactions to an activity or worldly event.  read more

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