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Change the Default Aspect Ratio in PowerPoint 2013

Change the Default Aspect Ratio in PowerPoint 2013

PowerPoint 2013 was introduced with a new default Aspect Ratio 16:9 compared with the previous versions of MS PowerPoint. It was not new the ability to change aspect ratio in PowerPoint, you can do this from the Design -> Page Setup menu option or Slide Size in the new version. However, in PowerPoint 2013 the …

How to Enlarge a Picture in PowerPoint

If you need to enlarge a picture in PowerPoint you can use the small circles when selecting a picture or change the size in the Format Picture dialog. Resizing a picture in PowerPoint is easy, you can just enlarge the picture by dragging the corner of the picture in PowerPoint which will allow you to …

Why PPT PowerPoint files are so big?

Time to time when we prepare PowerPoint presentations and we are ready to finish it prior to the presentation time, we came to the conclusion that the file is too big. Besides that nowadays we can host any PPT online and use the cloud storage to share presentations (Dropbox, Box.net, SkyDrive, Google Drive, etc.), waste storage …

How to optimize and shrink your PowerPoint presentations

Performance really matters and keeping a good size of your PowerPoint presentations is important for many different reasons. In latest PowerPoint presentation program Microsoft did a good work to let the final user optimize the images and reduce the overall size. In PowerPoint you can optimize, shrink, or compress Powerpoint Presentations and its images. This …

Change image resolution in PowerPoint presentations

If you are concerned about the output quality of your images in PowerPoint, then you may be interested to learn more about image resolution and the advanced options in PowerPoint that let you handle this properly. In PowerPoint, you can access advanced options page with a list of additional options that let you customize the way …

What is the recommended PowerPoint Template Size

People asked us why is the exact size for PowerPoint templates. The answer to this question is that there is no particular size in pixels for PowerPoint templates. Microsoft PowerPoint scales the content in the template to fit the screen display that is used at the moment. This is a good news for many, since …