Using images in PowerPoint 365

PowerPoint Microsoft 365 (2021)    |    Intermediate
  • 9 videos | 36m 39s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
  • Certification CPE
Adding images is an effective way to visually enhance your presentations and present information. This course explores the different ways in which images can be inserted, manipulated, and adjusted directly in PowerPoint. You will see how to add pictures from different sources, whether from a file, stock images, for the web. Once you have got images onto your slide, you will be able to reposition, reorder, resize, and crop them. Discover how to enhance your images by applying visual effects, styles, and borders, as well as how to correct brightness, sharpness, color, and contrast. This course will also teach you how to use screenshots and how to create a digital photo album directly in PowerPoint. Would you like hands-on practice? Go to the Resources section of the course and download the sample files to follow along with select videos.


  • Discover the key concepts covered in the using images in powerpoint 365 course
    Insert and edit icons
    Insert images
    Manipulate images
    Resize and crop images
  • Adjust image style
    Apply image effects
    Insert screenshots and screen clippings
    Create a photo album


  • 1m 1s
    This video outlines the key content covered in the Using images in PowerPoint 365 course, including inserting images, adjusting images, and creating a photo album. FREE ACCESS
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    Icons can be a powerful visual aid to your presentations. PowerPoint's content library contains a vast selection of icons which can be located via a search or browsed for by category. Find out how to access the icons galleries and insert, edit, and remove icons from your presentation in this video. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Inserting images
    4m 24s
    In PowerPoint, you can insert images from a variety of different sources. See how to add images from your computer, from an online image search, and from Microsoft Office's stock images. This video aligns with MOS PowerPoint MO-300 Objective 3.3.1: Insert images. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Manipulating images
    3m 51s
    Once you have inserted an image into your presentation, you can manipulate it to fit the layout and aesthetics of your slide. Images can be adjusted manually or by using tools in the Picture Format tab of the Office Ribbon. See how to reposition, rotate, and remove an image in this video. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Resizing & cropping images
    4m 49s
    In addition to repositioning your image, you can adjust its height and width, or crop it to remove unwanted areas. You can crop images manually or by selecting a specific shape or aspect ratio. Discover how to easily change your images' dimensions in this video. This video aligns with MOS PowerPoint MO-300 Objective 3.3.3: Resize and crop images. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Adjusting images
    4m 20s
    PowerPoint comes equipped with a number of tools to help you correct and enhance your image. You can remove an image's background, correct contrast and brightness, compress your picture, and apply different stylistic effects. You will see how to use these tools and more in this video. This video aligns with MOS PowerPoint MO-300 Objectives 3.3.3: Resize and crop images; 3.3.4: Apply built-in styles and effects to images. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Applying effects to images
    4m 3s
    There are a variety of ways to modify your images' style in PowerPoint to help your picture stand out on the slide. These can be accessed in the Picture Styles group of the Picture Format Tab. This video will show you how to apply built-in styles, add borders and effects, and change the picture layout. This video aligns with MOS PowerPoint MO-300 Objective 3.3.4: Apply built-in styles and effects to images. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Inserting screenshots & screen clippings
    4m 9s
    Screenshots allow you to capture the contents of windows open on your computer and insert them into your presentation. With screen clippings, you can take a picture of a specific area of your screen. Find out how to use both of these handy features of PowerPoint in this video. This video aligns with MOS PowerPoint MO-300 Objective 3.3.2: Insert screenshots and screen clippings. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Creating a photo album
    5m 4s
    In PowerPoint, you can easily create a digital photo album to display your personal or professional photographs directly in the application. Once you have selected photos for your album, you can specify the style, layout, and theme you would like to use. This video will walk you through the process so you can create your own photo album in PowerPoint. FREE ACCESS


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