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Team One Team Two Team Three Team Four Team Five Team Six Team Seven Team Eight 1 Combine text boxes with text to create a static/manual score board.

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2 Team One Team Two Team Three Team Four Team Five Team Six Team Seven Team Eight 1 Combine text boxes with text to create a static/manual score board

3 Timer Bar Sorry! Youre time is up! 2 See how-to video

4 Use popup boxes to apply the contiguity principle when combing text & graphics Place a no fill action button over graphic image, group them, then animate the grouped button with emphasis Pop-up Boxes 3

5 Spin wheel 4

6 Drag & Drop (uses the dragdrop macro – does not work on ppt 2007+) 5 See introduction to writing macros in Visual Basic in MS Office applications at Right mouse click on a game piece and select Hyperlink. You will see that click has been assigned to run the macro named dragdrop. This macro does NOT work in Powerpoint However, you can move pieces by viewing slide in edit mode.

7 Using the Exit animation following every mouse click on a specific square 6

8 Drag & drop 7 Right mouse click on a game piece and select Hyperlink. You will see that click has been assigned to run the macro named dragdrop. This macro does NOT work in Powerpoint However, you can move pieces by viewing slide in edit mode.

9 Drag & Drop 8 Right mouse click on a game piece and select Hyperlink. You will see that click has been assigned to run the macro named dragdrop. This macro does NOT work in Powerpoint However, you can move pieces by viewing slide in edit mode.

10 10 Wrong answer Reset score The action buttons in this slide use the Visual Basic Macros (see below) to change the score displayed in the scorebox. Reveal developer menu option. Then select Developer/Macros/Edit to see macros in the Visual Basic Editor developer menu Sub pointSubstract() score = Val(ActivePresentation.SlideShowWindow.View.Slide.Shapes("scorebox").TextFrame.TextRange.Text) ActivePresentation.SlideShowWindow.View.Slide.Shapes("scorebox").TextFrame.TextRange.Text = score - 1 End Sub Sub pointAdd() score = Val(ActivePresentation.SlideShowWindow.View.Slide.Shapes("scorebox").TextFrame.TextRange.Text) ActivePresentation.SlideShowWindow.View.Slide.Shapes("scorebox").TextFrame.TextRange.Text = score + 1 If score => 10 Then MsgBox "You win!" End Sub Sub Resetscorebox() ActivePresentation.SlideShowWindow.View.Slide.Shapes("scorebox").TextFrame.TextRange.Text = 0 End Sub To assign a name a textbox, click Home/Select/SelectionPane. Select the object you wish to assign a name, and double click that object listed in the Selection pane to insert the objects new name. Code written by Allan Jeong, February 2010 Learn how to write macros in Visual Basic in MS Office applications at Score box 9 Right answer Yes

11 Place Your Multiple Choice Question Here Which Answer Below is Correct? - Robie Knows! Robie Says – Try Again Robie Says – Great Job! Incorrect Answer3 Incorrect Answer1 Incorrect Answer2 Correct Answer NextBack

12 Roll Die Roll Dice (not working) 11

13 Roll Dice (not working) 12


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