In this video we'll demonstrate some new features in IBM® Lotus® SymphonyTM
3. The sidebar in Lotus Symphony 3 contains more panels such as the properties panel, the style list, the clip art panel, the functions panel, animation effects, and slide transitions.
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Table 1. Welcome
In this video we'll demonstrate some new features in Lotus Symphony 3. The sidebar in Lotus Symphony 3 contains more panels such as the properties panel, the style list, the clip art panel, the functions panel, animation effects, slide transition and so on.
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|1.2||In this example, we'll use the sidebar panels to format a presentation document. First we'll display the Properties panel.|
Applying a slide layout
Table 2. Applying a slide layout
We select a slide in the thumbnail view and we can see there are choices in the Slide Layout section. We'll click a slide layout to apply to the slide.
Now we'll change the font name and font size of the text. And then rearrange the text into two columns.
Adding clip art
Table 3. Adding clip art
We'll add some clip art to our presentation from the Clip Art panel.
We click the Clip Art icon on the sidebar and select a balance graphic in the Finance category, and then drag it to the slide.
Table 4. Animation effects
To make our presentation more interesting, let's add an animation effect to the clip art. We open the Animation Effects panel and select an animation effect.
Table 5. Slide transitions
Finally, let's set a slide transition style for the slide. We click the Slide Transition icon and then select Wipe Up in the Apply to selected slides list.
Previewing our work
Table 6. Previewing our work
Now let's preview how our changes will look.
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