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Posted by  Hardik Pandit on August 24, 2003 at 21:41:42:

In Reply to:  Photoshop files to Powerpoint posted by Anita on August 14, 2003 at 08:43:01:

The photoshop files are usually very heavy. So if you insert them directly into the powerpoint presentation it will take long time to load and will also make your presentation file very large.
Convert the photoshop files to jpeg images or gif images.
Keep the file size not more than 1000 pixels as the screen will not allow larger images to be displayed. You will have to strecth them to fit on screen otherwise.

In powerpoint click on the INSERT menu and select PICTURE > FROM FILE and browse through the directories to select the file you want to insert.

You will be able to change the size of image on screen by clicking and dragging the corner of the image.

All the best.
Hardik

 
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