January 20, 2014
These little tricks will not only help to place images in a file very quickly, they will also help you keep your file neat and consistent throughout.
Drag this copied image just below the original one (you should be able to see the blue gridlines to help you line it up):
If you’d like to have LOTS of slides set up with the same image formatting, you can follow this time-saving step as well…
Now, you can go back and do that oh-so-cool image replacing trick to put all the images you would like in your file.
It seems like a lot of steps at first, but it becomes very fluid and easy to set up your file once you get used to it.
Ok, I really hope that was helpful to some of you out there! I would love to hear how it goes, if you happen to try it out.
Do you have Powerpoint image-placing tips to share with us?
P.S. Those updated CRAFT signs you see in this tutorial will be shared here very soon… 🙂