Pictures: Frame Shapes for Photo Album

Created: Thursday, June 12, 2014, posted by Geetesh at 9:44 am

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PowerPoint’s Photo Album feature is very powerful — allowing you to insert hundreds of pictures in two or three clicks. The best part is all these pictures are editable — right down to their picture layouts, captions, etc. In fact, you can also change the frame shapes of the pictures — you’ll end up with pictures that have drop shadows, or a black border, or even a picture that’s contained in a frame with rounded corners. What frame you choose depends entirely upon you.  Following tutorials will make you aware of the different frame choices:

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Frame Shapes for Photo Album in PowerPoint 2010

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