How to Cut Out Part of a Picture in Powerpoint for Office 365

While there is a tool in Windows called Paint that lets you edit pictures, many users aren’t comfortable in the application, or even know that it exists. Image editing programs like Paint are helpful for performing minor edits, such as cropping a picture. But Microsoft Powerpoint also has a cropping tool that you can use […]

How to Convert Microsoft Powerpoint to PDF

While Microsoft Powerpoint is a very common tool in both organizational settings and school, not every situation requires a Powerpoint file. You may find yourself needing to share or upload a Powerpoint presentation somewhere, but a PDF file is either requested or simpler to use. Luckily you don’t need to resort to an online converter […]

How to Make a Powerpoint Into a Video

The steps above were performed using the Microsoft Powerpoint for Office 365 version of the application, but these steps are similar for most other versions of Powerpoint. This process of converting a Powerpoint slideshow into a video will let you select the resolution of the video, allow you to select whether timing and narrations are […]

How to Stop Hyperlinking Screenshots in Powerpoint for Office 365

Powerpoint has some really helpful tools that let you perform actions within the application, rather than using something else on your computer. Aside from its image editing capabilities, these tools include the ability to create screenshots of other applications open on your desktop. But if you have been using the screenshot tool in Powerpoint, you […]

How to Hide the Ruler in Powerpoint 2013

Microsoft Office programs typically include a ruler as a means for you to properly size your documents and position objects symmetrically. Since your printed document is often not exactly the same size as what you see on the screen, this can help to remove the disconnect between the digital document and its physical counterpart. But […]

How to Embed Fonts in Powerpoint 2013

Choosing the correct font for a presentation can have a surprising impact on the way that your audience evaluates your slideshow. But the font files that you use when creating a Powerpoint presentation are stored on your computer, and Powerpoint 2013 on someone else’s computer may not have the same installed fonts. When this happens, […]

How to Loop a Presentation in Powerpoint 2013

While it is popular to use a Powerpoint presentation asĀ a visual tool for an audience to follow along with a presenter, it can also be used as a multimedia presentation method that runs on its own. This is common when you are creating a display in a store, or as part of a marketing effort […]

How to Increase the Maximum Number of Undos in Powerpoint 2013

Many of the programs on your Windows computer will allow you to undo actions that you have performed. In Powerpoint 2013, you can do this by clicking the back arrow at the top of the window, or by pressing Ctrl + Z on your keyboard. But you may have found that Powerpoint won’t allow you […]

How to Change Slide Order in Powerpoint 2013

Creating an effective Powerpoint presentation can be difficult, especially when the content of the presentation does not lend itself to an obvious order. So while you are reviewing a presentation that you have created in Powerpoint 2013, you may find that a particular slide might fit better at a different point in the slideshow. Fortunately […]

How to Print at High Quality By Default in Powerpoint 2013

Are there someĀ elements of your presentation that aren’t printing from Powerpoint 2013, and you can’t find a reason why? Powerpoint will not print certain things, like shadows, unless you change a print setting. But it can be easy to forget to change the setting each time you print a slideshow, so you may be looking […]