ProPresenter 6 Tutorial: Using Non-printing guide lines | Screencast show

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What if you need to align text boxes, images, videos, etc. in Pro6, how can you do it so that they stay aligned from one slide to the next? Our friends at Renewed Vision have us covered.

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One of the simple, but effective tools in Photoshop (and other design software) is non-printing guidelines. These light-blue lines help you align elements, but don’t show up in the final product.

In this ProPresenter 6 tutorial, I’ll show you how to use them to align object, how to move them and how to get rid of them. Watch the video for more.

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