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Old 22-10-2003, 16:36
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Default Jigsaw Creator file format Imported into Powerpoint 2002

Hello:

I am interested in the jigsaw creator but I would like to know if the final file can be imported into Powerpoint 2002 as an animation. Thank you!
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Old 22-10-2003, 18:34
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Hello:

I am interested in the jigsaw creator but I would like to know if the final file can be imported into Powerpoint 2002 as an animation. Thank you!
Jigsaw Puzzle Creator is an add-on for CorelDRAW 11, so it creates the puzzles right in CorelDRAW document. From there you can export you artwork in a number of different formats (like WMF, EMF, GIF, JPEG, etc) many of which can be brought right into PowerPoint.

I'm not sure about what you mean by animation. You can export each puzzle piece individually and import it into PowerPoint and then animate them separately, if that's what you want.
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Old 22-10-2003, 18:54
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Default Jigsaw Creator Import into Powerpoint

Hello Alex:

Thank you for your reply. I was hoping that I can export the file as an animated gif. But I can use the Creator in Powerpoint and animate them separately. Just let me know if I can export as an animated gif. Thank you again
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Old 22-10-2003, 23:15
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Pam,

Could you explain what exactly you are trying to animate? You generate a jigsaw puzzle design and then?

I'm not sure I understand what you are trying to achieve.
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Old 23-10-2003, 10:40
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Hello Alex:

Thank you for your reply. What I was trying to achieve is an animationg that would split the puzzle apart and then another animation that would put the puzzle back together again. The previous suggestion of importing piece by piece and animate it in PowerPoint resolved what I was asking for. Thank you for that suggestion
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