Pointillism PowerPoint

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  • doesnt open

    , Mar 27th
    • Hi jacklilywillowclover,
      Thanks for letting us know that there are issues with this PowerPoint. I'm sorry to hear this and would love to help.
      To enable our lovely PowerPoints to work properly, we suggest selecting 'Enable Editing' if this is displayed as an option. Any animations, links or other special features will work best when the PowerPoint is viewed as a Slideshow. To do this, simply click on the Slideshow tab and select 'View from beginning'.
      I hope this helps and I will also send a copy of this resource through to you. If you need further guidance please get back in touch and we'll find a solution! :)

      , Mar 27th
  • Dear Twinkl, the description for What is Pointillism? on the powerpoint is muddled and cannot be read.

    , Nov 18th
    • Hi Applekenke,
      Thank you very much for commenting! It's great to hear from you :)
      I've taken a look at the Powerpoint and I can see that when I first opened the resource it looked muddled to me too. If you click on 'Enable Editing' and then pop the Powerpoint into Slideshow mode, it should show properly. Could you try this and let me know if it still doesn't work as it should? Have a great day! :)

      , Nov 18th
This PowerPoint explains what pointillism is and how it came about. It also displays paintings by 4 prominent pointillist artists.
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