Slide Dimensions in PowerPoint – Size Differences

Created: Tuesday, October 9, 2018, posted by Geetesh at 1:36 pm

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Have you ever wanted to use PowerPoint as a graphic program to create posters, web-banner ads, YouTube cover art, etc.? You will then have run into some limitations, especially when you tried to export a PowerPoint slide to a picture with exact size dimensions. In this tutorial, we will explore how a small improvement that Microsoft added in PowerPoint 2013 and newer versions is providing significant returns.

Explore for all versions of PowerPoint.

Slide Dimensions in PowerPoint - Size Differences

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