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A PowerPoint presentation whiz in a workshop told you not to use more than three bullet points on a slide. She also said that adding visual images in PowerPoint--especially photographs--will tell your story better than words, charts, or tables. Photographs of people can be neighborly. They can be like a welcoming handshake with your audience.
The next time you're putting together a presentation, you try adding one. You insert a photo right where you want it, but the photo fills up the whole slide--no room for even one bullet point. You narrow the photo by dragging its "handles" with your mouse. The face looks like a person in a funhouse mirror--all blurry and distorted. What to do?
We put together a series of free, short, training videos to help you. Lesson 1 deals almost exclusively with adding and manipulating photos in PowerPoint. You'll learn the basics--how to insert, crop, and align them; then you'll move on to the fancier stuff--how to add styles and effects, and my favorite--how to reduce the overall size (as in megabytes) of your photographs so you can sidestep the inbox bouncer when you send off your presentation.
To start, go to the PowerPoint Skills Builder page, then click the first video under Lesson 1. You won't need to invest a lot of time learning because every video is under seven minutes (with a couple under three minutes).,
After watching them, leave a comment on this post (if you're so inclined) to let us know if we helped you. Your feedback is hugely important to us--we always listen to it. And, while you're at it, take a look at the recently re-designed PowerPoint home page on Office.com.
-- Erik Jensen
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Thanks for the tips on using photos. If someone want to know how to compress image files/pictures in PowerPoint? Please visit: www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com/.../adjust-pixels.html. I think it's very helpful.