Video: Save Artwork As a Picture and Crop It in PowerPoint

In a separate video, you’ll learnĀ how to insert a picture inside text using WordArt. In the video below, you’ll learn how to save WordArt as a picture while you’re on the slide, and then how to crop then save the image outside of the slide (so you’ll be able to use the picture anywhere).

Whether you create a graphic as WordArt or not, this is a technique you’ll use often when you use PowerPoint beyond slides (I use it for all kinds of graphics from flyers to video thumbnails).

Hope this helps. Feel free to comment and share. #SuiteTuesday

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How to Use the Microsoft Office Picture Manager to Rotate, Crop, Resize, and Recolor Graphics and Set as Default Program (with online video)

If you currently open a picture and can only view it with the Windows Viewer, you will LOVE this option so much better. The Microsoft Office Picture Manager is another one of those free programs from Microsoft that many people are unaware of. This online video will show you how to use its various functions (crop, recolor, resize, compress, rotate, red eye removal), how to find the software on your computer, and how to make it your default picture editor.

 

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