You can edit slides within your presentation customizing them to suit your needs. Being fully integrated into PowerPoint, Vevox can adapt to any design.
- From the 'Display Options' menu - use this option to make changes on the slides you are currently working on
- From the 'Preferences' menu - use this option to make changes as defaults across all slides.
Watch this video from the 03:00 timestamp to see more tips on how to customize your PowerPoint slides with the Vevox PowerPoint Add-in.
You can even use the PowerPoint Design menu to select pre-set up colour combinations, backgrounds, etc for your presentation slides.
Using the Display options:
When you select the display options another menu will open up to the right-hand side of your slide.
The first part of the display options relates to results, adding count down clocks and adding sound clips when you are polling.
When sharing your polls with your participants, you can set up each slide to show the results of the polling or to hide the results and carry straight on to the new slide.
You also have the option to select your data label type you would like to use that is related to the display of the results.
2. Count down clock
With the PowerPoint Add-in one can add a count down clock to create some excitement and also to limit the time that participants have to vote on a poll. Follow our instructions on how to set up a count down clock for your polling in PowerPoint.
From this section you can decide if you would like to:
- Play sound during polling
- Loop the sound clip until the vote is closed
- Or play a sound when the poll is closed.
The layout section is made up of three parts.
1. Select All Shapes
The select all shapes feature is an easy way to highlight a group of specific objects related to the poll so that you can make changes such as font sizes or color to multiple objects all at once.
Choice Text - This will select all the text of all the voting choices that you have specified in the question.
Choice Numbers - This will select all of the default numbers associated with each option.
Bars - Selects all of the results bars.
Data Labels - Selects the data labels associates with each of the options.
Displayed Text - Selects all of the text associated with the question. This is a combination of Choice text, Choice Numbers and Data Labels.
The autofit feature is a useful tool that will allow you to let the software intelligently apply a recommended best fit for your poll on the slide.
3. Reset To Default
If you have been editing the layout of your poll and you don't like the changes that you have made you can always revert back to the default layout applied when the question was first created.
If you would like to know more about changing PowerPoint objects like shapes and colors of your voting slides, watch this PowerPoint Add-in webinar from time stamp 9:07 https://youtu.be/EqlYO4mLPMA