Portrait

The portrait orientation in PowerPoint is the default version of how slides are presented. You can do a lot with this orientation and also format your slides to make good use of effects and transitions to ensure that your slides in the Portrait orientation can appear attractive enough to grab the attention of your audience.

PowerPoint 2013 comes with many new customization features for managing your slide orientation according to custom formatting. You can learn all of the aforementioned by following the simple tips and guides mentioned below.

How To Change Slide Orientation in PowerPoint 2013

PowerPoint 2013 has introduced some very fine presentation features, including the support for Widescreen presentations. In a previous post we discussed Widescreen support in PowerPoint 2013 and also provided some Widescreen PowerPoint Templates. This time we will show you how to change the orientation of your PowerPoint 2013 slides and the various methods by which …

How to Make a Page Curl Effect in PowerPoint 2010

If you need to make a simple page curl effect in PowerPoint 2010 then you can use the shape points to achieve this desired output. Let’s see how to convert a shape and make a page curl effect that can be used as a shadow for pictures or other shapes. Starting from a rectangular shape …

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, …