Pictures: Using Captions in Photo Album Presentations

Created: Wednesday, June 11, 2014, posted by Geetesh at 4:49 pm

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One of PowerPoint’s most powerful features is to use captions for the pictures that you add in a Photo Album presentation — by default it uses the file name for your captions — so if the original file name was “Winter Morning.jpg”, the caption you see on your slide will be “Winter Morning” — that is so perfect! Unfortunately not many people provide such nice names to their pictures — most pictures are just subsequent numbers from a digital camera these days — so a name like IMG06712.jpg is more common! You really don’t want a caption like IMG06712 — fortunately, PowerPoint lets you change captions too! Learn more in the following tutorials:

Microsoft Windows
Using Captions in Photo Album Presentations in PowerPoint 2010

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