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Picture Talk – User Guide

Presentation Browser View

Layout

Each page contains up to 20 image thumbnails for 20 presentations, swipe across the screen to browse presentations on other pages.

Create new presentation

Touch the Plus button in the top-right corner

View a saved presentation

Touch a thumbnail image in the presentation browser

Edit a saved presentation

Touch and hold on a thumbnail image, then select “Edit” from pop-up menu

Delete a saved presentation

Touch and hold on a thumbnail image, then select “Delete” from pop-up menu

Presentation Editing View

Use image from photo album

Select menu on top-right corner, then select “Select image…”.

Create a new button

Double-click any location in image

Edit a button

Touch a button will display the editing options for that button such as customizing the label text, color, font, and record/play sound for that button.

Move a button

Touch and drag the button

Scale a button

Pinch on a button to resize

Delete a button

Touch and hold on the button, then select “Delete” from the pop-up menu

Copy and paste a button

Touch and hold on the button, then select “Copy” from the pop-up menu.

Touch and hold on any part of image, then select “Paste” from the pop-up menu

Delete presentation

Select menu on top-right corner, then select “Delete presentation”

Remove all the buttons on image

Select menu on top-right corner, then select “Remove all buttons”

Save presentation

Select menu on top-right corner, then select “Save…”.

Save presentation as a new presentation

Select menu on top-right corner, then select “Save as…”

View published presentation

Select menu on top-right corner, then select “View presentation”

Presentation Published View

How to play

Click any object to reveal text label and/or play sound

Show/hide buttons

Click on the segmented control at the bottom

2 comments on “Picture Talk – User Guide

  1. I love picture talk. It’s good for infants,toddlers and children with special needs. Can I use the presentations I made on another one of my iPads in school?

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