Slide Masters and image placeholders don’t always make sense to use. They get in the way and can make creating certain aspects more difficult. For many use cases they might not even make sense. But for some cases, like TPT product previews, they can make your workflow a whole lot faster. Tie that together with Power Pack, and you will have your product previews done in a matter of minutes.
We want to create a preview of our product that we upload to TPT. The preview should show a large if not all of the pages of the product that will be sold on TPT. This is what our preview could look like.
After this step is done, all the slides you want to use for your product preview should be in a folder somewhere on your computer.
Next we are going to use Power Pack to fill all the image placeholders.
The image placeholders across all the slides should have been filled with the images you picked now.
At this point you can use Flat Pack or any other program to secure and flatten the preview into a PDF to upload to TPT.
Let’s customise the template you downloaded in step 1 to suit your own Product Previews.
We had a quick look at how you can use Power Point templates together with Power Pack to create TPT product previews. Customising slide masters and slide layouts for every product you create doesn’t always make sense, but when it comes to creating product previews that look mostly the same everytime, template like this can help you save a lot of time.
Have you created a product preview this way? I would love to know.
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