‘Insert > Picture > From File…’ Is it a picture that will paint a thousand words, or the new ClipArt? Make sure your photographs help your slides, and your message, come alive.
These free tutorials demonstrate everything you need to know about photos in presentations – including how to use PowerPoint to edit, crop and rescale your pictures, fill Autoshapes with images, and manage the filesize of the presentation.
18th March - Free PowerPoint tutorial covering formatting images and photographs in PowerPoint 2007. Manipulating images within autoshapes, compressing photographs, and cropping images.PowerPoint Training
5th March - Free PowerPoint tutorial covering working photograph formatting in PowerPoint 2007. Includes filling autoshapes with photographs and resizing autoshapes containing photographs.PowerPoint Training
24th February - This Picture Slide Show PowerPoint tutorial demonstrates how you can create your own Picture Slideshows in PowerPoint 2007.PowerPoint Training
1st December - Free m62 Photo Management PowerPoint Tutorial. Includes how to use PowerPoint to reduce photograph file size, changing brightness and contrast, and cropping images.PowerPoint Training
30th November - This PowerPoint tutorial covers inserting photographs into PowerPoint, adding photographs into PowerPoint shapes as fill effects, and preserving aspect ratio of photographs. PowerPoint Training
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Edward Balchon, Malcolm Pirnie
Working through the questions and undergoing a process of laying our presentation bare to the experts at m62 was a hugely beneficial process. It enabled us to clarify numerous points in terms of how they are received, which ultimately has led to an end result which suits a far broader range of audiences.