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Compressing Pictures in PowerPoint

Author: Geetesh Bajaj

Date Created: May 1st 2008
Last Updated: June 14th 2012






Using Third Party Compression/Optimization Programs

There are plenty of third party programs that provide compression options in PowerPoint. Many of these also work with Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel files to provide a full suite of optimization options across Microsoft Office programs.

Here’s a list of some of these programs, along with links to their full reviews on Indezine.com:

Whichever third-party tool you use, do remember that most of these provide several extra features that may make it worth buying them – all of them also have trial versions so that you can actually work with them and ascertain their worthiness.

PowerPoint 2007’s Automatic Compression

Although most of the time, PowerPoint 2007’s automatic compression can be a good thing, it can become a problem area if you need to print to high res quality – or if you need to create digital scrapbooks or photo albums in PowerPoint.

Learn more about working with this feature at: www.scrapbookpresentations.com/ideas/
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