PowerPoint slides are often graphical in nature. Images on a slide add visual interest and tell a story, but high resolution images inserted into presentations can cause file sizes to be huge. This can be an issue when emailing a presentation or even storing it. In this movie, you will know how to reduce overall files sizes by reducing the size of the image files used in a presentation by applying compression techniques.
- [Voiceover] Well we already know how adding images…to the slides in your presentation…can create visual interest.…Everything gets more interesting…when there are pictures to look at.…That's just the way it is, but there is a drawback.…If you have many many slides in a presentation,…with many images on those slides,…the size of your PowerPoint presentation file…gets bigger and bigger.…But there is a way to keep file sizes down,…and that's what we're going to explore in this movie.…You can see I've already opened up Landon_Hotel0202.…
You can do that if you're getting caught up,…or you may still have a earlier version…of this presentation open.…I just wanna show you something.…You don't need to follow along here.…Clicking File and then Open,…and navigating to this file in the Chapter2 folder,…I just wanna show you that Landon_Hotel0202 here…is 20.4 megabytes in size.…And that is mainly due to the number of images…that are placed on these slides.…There's a music file in there as well.…Let's keep that in mind, over 20 megabytes in size.…
- Animating objects with the Animation Painter
- Creating custom shapes and animations
- Playing sounds
- Accessing recent files fast
- Reducing file size
- Customizing the interface
- Navigating from the keyboard
- Adjusting spacing
- Creating 3D images
- Coordinating transitions
- Reusing slides
- Saving and sharing presentations
Skill Level Advanced
1. Top Ten Tips
2. Tips for File Management
Access recent files quickly4m 25s
3. Customize the User Interface
Customize the UI4m 21s
4. Keyboard and Mouse Shortcuts
5. Work with Text and Media
6. Work with Objects and Animations
7. Share Presentations
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