Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows
PowerPoint enables you to do most positioning tasks for your pictures such as resizing, aligning, and grouping in easy way. In addition,
you can also reorder the pictures (or even a bunch of pictures and other slide objects such as shapes) on your slide quite easily using
the various ordering options available within PowerPoint. In this tutorial, we will explore how you can reorder your pictures on a slide.
Create Photo Album
PowerPoint can import pictures in several formats - from the ubiquitous JPG to the ancient BMP. Whichever file format you use, importing tens
or even hundreds of pictures into consecutive PowerPoint slides can be a chore - fortunately, the awesome Photo Album feature makes this task a
simple affair. When you use the Photo Album feature it always creates a new presentation.
Editing Your Photo Album
Once you create a Photo Album, there is so much you can do to make non-destructive edits to your photo album presentation. In this tutorial,
you will learn about accessing the edit options within the Photo Album dialog box in PowerPoint 2013.
Reorder, Remove, and Edit Photos within Photo Album
The Photo Album feature in PowerPoint is not just limited to creating presentations that contain photos. You can edit the photo content
in many ways, since the Edit Photo Album dialog box provides abundant possibilities -- in this tutorial we'll explore some of these edit
Photo Album Picture Layouts
After creating a Photo Album, you can reorder the sequence of the images, change their brightness and contrast levels, etc. However, you can
also make changes to the layouts of the individual slides -- such as number of pictures you want to be visible on a single slide. You can also
opt to show slide titles (or not), or even show your pictures in full screen view where one individual picture fits the entire slide area. What
choices you make will depend entirely upon you -- in this tutorial, you will be aware of these different choices.