Tutorial: Landscape AND Portrait in ppt!

  1. Thank you so much. I love learning about extra features on power point. The video was awesome.
    Primary Paradise

  2. Oh my goodness, thank you so much for this!! I use PowerPoint for all of my creations & this will save me tons of time! Thank you!

    The Resource Room Teacher

  3. ~Stephanie says:

    Now THIS is VERY useful! Thank you so much for the tutorial…I am so lame at all of this stuff…takes me forever to learn how to do it all!

    Teaching in Room 6

  4. Oh, I can't wait to watch this! I'm creating a set right now where I needed pages both ways. Thank you so much for creating this video πŸ™‚

  5. Lindsay says:

    You are ah-mazing Ladybug! Love it.

    My Life as a Third Grade Teacher

  6. Brilliant – absolutely BRILLIANT!! I'm wondering what other amazing things powerpoint can do that I don't know about! Thanks so much for this!!

  7. Elizabeth says:

    You work fast!! Thanks for this (and all) tutorial!!!

    You rock!

  8. Love, love, love this post!! Ah-mazing! I will put this to use straight away! Thank you for sharing this tutorial!

    Down Under Teacher

  9. Mrs. Wathen says:

    AMAZING and EASY! Thanks for sharing:)

    The Resourceful Apple

  10. Dawn says:

    This is soooo much better than the way I've been doing things in powerpoint. This tip will save me a lot of time! Thank you for sharing!
    Can you possibly share the tip to make my blog link clickable under my name when I comment on a blog post? I bet it's super simple, but I can't figure it out. Thank you again!


  11. Shelly Sitz says:

    My son taught be about grouping objects this summer. It is a big help!

    Smiling and Shining in Second Grade

  12. Katie says:

    I'm soooo excited about this!! πŸ™‚ WOO HOO!! This makes me about as excited as when I found from another tutorial of yours that I could match colors for my text! πŸ™‚ You Rock!! πŸ™‚ I wish I had something new to share, but I'm sure you know everything I know!

    Smiles from 2nd Grade

  13. Thanks. Nice tutorial. This is totally what I do which I figured out by accident when I was designing cards with my daughter. Grouping is good to make foldable books as well since you may need "pages" upside down. I don't like that it won't let me group tables and graphics together. Another thing I learned by accident was to select the new picture after grouping and "lock the aspect ratio" before resizing.
    prlhrbr at yahoo.com

  14. Kristen!!! I've used grouping before but clearly incorrectly!! haha! I love your tutorials!!! Keep em coming!!!

  15. You're so stinkin' cute! We were just talking about this and look how quickly you made it happen! πŸ™‚ You're awesome girl!


  16. Thank you so much for making this! I appreciate it very much! πŸ™‚ You rock, Kristen!


  17. Corinna says:

    Thank you so much for sharing!! I just discovered grouping and didn't realize what a great tool this is:)

    Surfin' Through Second

  18. ~brookeb~ says:

    I love your handy tips πŸ™‚ and your sweet voice. Thanks for sharing!

  19. Julie says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you! This is just what I needed – I'm just getting started on TPT and your tutorials are SO helpful!

  20. Liz says:

    Oh my goodness, I'm going to love using this tip! I had no idea how to do it!

  21. I literally just spent the morning futzing around with getting a landscape page into a portrait document! This is so helpful–thank you!

  22. Erica Bohrer says:

    Great tip! I always merge the two documents on my desktop once they are pdf files. Do you use a trackpad or a magic mouse with your computer?

  23. Linda says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this! Your tutorials are soooo helpful! I recently switched to ppt to create my files (after watching another of your past tutorials) and I just can't believe how much easier it is!
    Thank you! Thank you!

  24. Michele says:

    Genious! I have been trying to figure out an easy way to to do this FOREVER!
    Thank you so much!

    Coffee Cups and Lesson Plans

  25. Emily says:

    It cracks me up to watch your videos because we have similar thought processes. Thanks for sharing! =)

    Emily @ Second Grade SillinessΒ 

  26. Sarah says:

    Oh my goodness that was brilliant! I group all the time when I am making my books but it NEVER occurred to me to use it to put portrait and landscape together. What a simple and fast way to do it! THANK YOU so much for sharing!!!! This will make my life soooooo much simpler!

    Clearly Kindergarten

  27. Miss T says:

    Hahaha apparently I've used grouping wrong! I've grouped and done the c and p to other pages….but now I need to try using grouping for landscape/portrait in the same pack hehe. Thanks!

    Journey of a Substitute Teacher

  28. Thank you so much!! This is such a time saver!! I really appreciate you sharing! πŸ™‚

    Hello Mrs Sykes

  29. stephf54 says:

    Grouping is a life saver! I was so excited when I first learned about it. I didn't think about using it this way to get those landscape and portrait slides in one slideshow/pdf. This is great, thanks!

  30. Barbara says:

    Sounds cool. I was wondering about that too. For some reasoni can't view the video on my iPad but I'm definitely looking at it in my desktop.
    Happy new year, bloggy friend!
    Grade ONEderful
    Ruby Slippers Blog Designs

  31. Tanya says:

    Super cool! I am totally going to go crazy with grouping! Thank you!
    ☺ Tanya
    First Grade is Fantabulous!

  32. Holly says:

    Oh for the love of PETE!!!!!!!!! You have just made my day…you just started off 2013 off RIGHT for me….


    Crisscross Applesauce in First Grade

  33. Ms.M says:

    Always lv your tutorials even if I don't use PP much. LOL


  34. Sarah Paul says:

    YES!!! Thank you so much for teaching me this. That is so helpful. I've converting it to pdf and then dragging all of them over. UGH! Thank you!

    Sarah's First Grade Snippets

  35. Hip! Hip! Hooray! You just saved me hours in my DAY!!!!! Thank you so much for this very helpful tool! How do you figure it all out?????? Thank you!!!
    Jaimie Knudson

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Are you looking for resources and ideas to save yourself time in the classroom? Enter a search term below to visit hundreds of posts from over the years...

the blog

sign up for the newsletter