Learn how to change (replace) one picture into another in PowerPoint 2013.
Author: Geetesh Bajaj
Product/Version: Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
OS: Windows 7 and higher
Imagine you have inserted a picture
in PowerPoint 2013, and then you applied various picture editing
options to enhance its appearance. For example, you may have
added a border,
Picture Effects, etc. to end up with a picture that looks like what you can see in Figure 1.
Probably, you then added both Fade and Zoom
animations, synced them to happen together, and also
timed the animations to occur at a particular speed. You may find yourself often doing these same tasks: adding all sorts of
picture edits and animating them.
Figure 1: Picture applied with various enhancing options
And then you realize that you have a better picture, or your boss asked you to change the existing picture to another one, but with all the same effects and animations! You would probably delete the original picture and start all over again, and yes, that is a long process! Or you can change any existing picture into another with just a couple of clicks, retaining all effects and animations. Explore more by following these steps:
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