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What they think of me / What I really do - in PowerPoint

Make your own 'What they think of me' in PowerPoint!

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What they think of me / What I really do is a popular set of photos and captions going around at the moment.  It started with artist Garnet Hertz only a few weeks ago:

Contemporary Artist - Garnet Hertz image from What they think of me / What I really do - in PowerPoint at Office-Watch.com

There are some more examples below.

The ‘template’ provided by KnowYourMeme is a simple JPG ‘frame’ that you can drop your pictures and text onto it.

Or ….

It’s even easier in PowerPoint.

  image from What they think of me / What I really do - in PowerPoint at Office-Watch.com

A PowerPoint slide has picture and text elements that can be placed in the right locations. All you have to do is add the images, type the text and you’re done.

Office-Watch.com has made a PowerPoint ‘template’ ready to use.

  1. Download it from here. It’s a small PPTX file (less than 1MB).
  2. Open it up in PowerPoint
  3. Change the six blank ‘pictures’ to your choice of images
  4. Change the caption text
  5. Change the heading text

To make an image of the PowerPoint slide, go to File | Save As and choose JPG from the long list file types.

Of course, you can also copy the slide to include in your own presentation.

The hard part is finding the images and writing the captions … we leave that to you. Send us your “What they think I do” creations and we’ll post them here at Office-Watch.com – email your PPTX or JPG file to WTTID2012@office-watch.com

UPDATE: We have some What they think I do creations from readers posted separately.

More info at KnowYourMeme.com with thanks to Mary-Jane Almer for letting us know what you young people are up to <g>.

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Article posted: Sunday, 19 February 2012

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