Change orientation in PowerPoint slides from landscape to portrait
Normally when you create new PowerPoint presentations the slides are presented as landscape orientation, but some slides may require free vertical space so the portrait orientation may be better for these.
Let’s see here how to change the PowerPoint orientation from landscape to portrait orientation. We need to open Slide Master from the View tab, then you can change the PPT orientation for the template.
This image illustrate what we are commenting here.
Sometimes this change is not enough, because the slide orientation change will affect the whole presentation and slides. Sometimes we need to mix landscape and portrait in the same PPT PowerPoint presentation. In order to achieve this Microsoft and other tutorials suggest to do a mix of PowerPoint presentation files linked together. This solution has a different approach for PowerPoint 2003 or PowerPoint 2007 and 2010. You can learn more in A good old-fashioned workaround: Using portrait and landscape orientation in the same presentation or Use portrait and landscape orientation in the same presentation. Also, technologytrish proposed a solution for this same situation that you can learn here.
This example shows the final result after changing the layout from landscape to portrait.