The images you selected from the Group were taken to this editor and displayed in the order that they will appear in the presentation. The small number at the bottom left hand corner of each image indicates the order that the image will be displayed in your presentation. You can move an image to create a different display order by clicking on the image and dragging it to the new position. When you place an image over another image, the rest of the images will move down sequentially by one number. Note: You can create more than one presentation per image group.
If you double-click on any image in the Presentation Editor, the image will open in the Image Workspace. You are now able to manipulate this image so you can customize how you would like it to appear in your presentation. You can change the image by using the Image Workspace Tool. For example, if you zoom into the selected image you will see the portion of the image that will be displayed during playback represented by a highlighted box in the thumbnail. The zoom level will be saved into the presentation, and the image will appear already magnified during the presentation play mode.
The panel at the bottom of the Presentation-Editor has the following eight functions available for creating presentations:
Copy - Select an image in the Presentation Editor and select Copy. This will duplicate the image.
Cut - Click on an image. Select Cut. Cut removes the highlighted image from the Presentation. When an image is cut it will become gray in color with a red outline, unless the image being cut is a copied image. If you cut a copied image out of the Presentation Editor window, that image will disappear from the window. Cutting an image will not alter the images in the actual Group, but affects only the Presentation. A cut image will not appear in the Presentation.
Restore - To restore, or re-activate a cut image, click on the cut image, and then select Restore. This will re-activate the image to be played back in the Presentation.
Link - This is useful if you would like to compare two or more images at once. To link two or more images, select the images you want to remain on the screen and then click Link. The image that follows your originally selected image will now be “linked” to the first image (linked images have blue borders surrounding them). This tells Insight to keep both images on the screen at the same time. There is no limit on the number of images you can link
When you play your presentation and you have two images linked, for example, the first image will open alone. Then as you advance to the next linked image, both images will be on the screen together. If you have more than two images linked together, then all the images will open up one at a time as you advance in the presentation. With each advance, you are adding another linked image to your presentation.
Unlink - Click on the first selected image that is linked to one or more images, and then click Unlink. This removes the link for the last image linked and tells Insight to display that image separately.
For example, if you have three images linked to one image, the first selected image will have a white box around it, while the other three linked images will have a blue box surrounding them. If you click on the first image with the white box, and then click Unlink, the last image with the blue box will unlink. This leaves two images linked to the first image with the white box.
Data - This enables you to view the data associated with the active image as you create your presentation.
Save - When you have finished composing your presentation, select Save. You will then be prompted to give the presentation a name, and save it into the image group that you are using. Note: you can create more than one presentation in your image group.
Save & Close - When you select Save & Close, you will be asked to name the presentation. When you do this and select Save, the presentation will automatically close.
Creating a Presentation
Playing a Presentation
Export a Presentation to HTML
Export a Presentation to PowerPoint
Exporting a Presentation to Keynote