How to change the size of a slide
Depending on which version of Microsoft PowerPoint you have used to create your presentation and the device you are using to deliver the presentation, you might end up having a mismatch between the size of your slides and the size of the medium you are projecting on. For example, you may have created a presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint 2016, which uses the Widescreen (16:9) slide size and you are using an old projector which projects using the Standard (4:3) size. When this happens, your slides look different from what you have intended. In order to get the best results, you need to have a match between the size of your slides and the size of the screen/medium you are using to deliver the presentation. Here’s how to solve this problem..
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Each time you apply a new theme to your slides, a slide master appears in the background. It stores information about the theme such as font style, colors, effects, placeholder size, text alignment, and more. The slide master allows you to easily make changes to all slides or a specific slide layout.
In this lesson, you will learn how to use the slide master view to apply changes to the slide master and supporting layouts.
If the size of a presentation file ever becomes a problem, either when emailing it, or when sharing it via a cloud file sharing service, you will either have to find an alternative method to send the file or you will have to cut it down to size. Here’s how you can check which slide in a presentation is the largest in size and cut back where it really matters.
Action buttons, Slide animation, Animation preview, Slide transitions, Slide show options in PowerPoint.Use the action button toolbar to add functioning buttons to slides in a presentation.
So far, we were making changes on individual slides. If you need to format text, add a picture, or perform any other action on more than one slide, you can. There are two ways you can do this. One consists of using a special general slide we will review shortly.
Change the style of all slides in the presentation by changing the properties on the Slide Master. Each Design Template has its own Slide Master that can be altered. If you create slides from scratch, a consistent style can be added to the presentation by formatting the Slide Master.
Transition effects, or transitions as they are often called, are the movements you see when one slide changes to another in slide show view. Transition effects are different than animation effects. The term animation in PowerPoint refers to the movements of text and objects on the slide, while transitions refer to the movement of the slide as it changes to another slide.
In this lesson, you will learn how to apply and customize transition effects.
This PowerPoint Slide Master tutorial explains how to create a new PowerPoint Slide Master from an existing one and then apply it to a slide or presentation.
The Master Slide is a special slide that controls many formatting features available to all the other slides of the same presentation. It allows you to set the font, the colors, objects, graphics, and other characteristics that all slides share.
Transitions are motion effects that, when in Slide Show View, add movement to your slides as you advance from one slide to another. There are many transitions to choose from; each one allows you to control the speed, and even add sound.
In this lesson, you will learn how to apply and customize slide transitions.
PowerPoint slide number tutorial demonstrates how to add a slide numbers to PowerPoint slides.