Changing and Editing Assets in PowerPoint (and why I don’t sell Canva Templates)

By Fran Whitaker / a few months ago

Hello! Welcome to my newest tutorial.

I've had quite a few questions about Canva recently. Specifically asking if I have my products in Canva and asking if PowerPoint can do things that Canva can do. So, in the first part of this video, I spend some time explaining why I don’t sell Canva templates. (until 03:41).

Plus, lots of people want to know where to get design assets and how to start editing assets in PowerPoint.

So, I've made a list of places to get assets below and I'm going to show you a few editing basics. In this video we'll head into my self-care planner from The Big Planner Bundle to learn how to, very quickly delete my assets and put your own in. I'll show you how to add transparency to your assets. Plus, I'll show you a few PowerPoint tricks to help you work faster.

Get ready to learn some very useful ways to quickly edit some elements to suit your business.

Difficulty Rating

      Easy 

17 cool places to get design assets for your products:


The following may include affiliate links. This means if you make a purchase after clicking one of my links, I may make some commission. But this will be at no extra cost to you. I only ever recommend things I trust and use myself (or have used). You can use my full disclaimer here.


  1. 1
    CreativeFabrica - my favourite for everything. (*affiliate link)
  2. 2
    1001FreeFonts - just fonts
  3. 3
    DaFont - just fonts
  4. 4
    Vexels - Vectors, backgrounds, PNGs & mockups
  5. 5
    Design Cuts - a bit of everything
  6. 6
    Pixelify - a bit of everything
  7. 7
    Free SVG Designs - vectors & fonts
  8. 8
    Pixabay - free photos, vectors & illustrations
  9. 9
    Free SVG - vectors on CC0 Public Domain License
  10. 10
    Creative Tacos  - design assets from independent creative professionals
  11. 11
    Envato Elements - a bit of everything
  12. 12
    Font Bundles - Just cool fonts
  13. 13
    StoryBlocks - photos, audio & video
  14. 14
    Pixeden - vectors & graphics
  15. 15
    Pexilo - design bundles
  16. 16
    Creative Market - a bit of everything
  17. 17
    The Hungry JEPG - a bit of everything 

Want more?

Check out My PLR & PowerPoint for Beginners Course (I've given out coupons for this recently so check your freebies or welcome emails). This course will be changing soon.

THE REASON FOR THE ROBOTIC VOICE

I love my robotic voice (she's actually called Kate. Haha) and I truly hope it allows me to do a ton more tutorials and courses. But I know some of you will be wondering why it is not me speaking.

I'm a very honest person, so I will tell you.

Some of you may have picked up from my website and emails that I am disabled. I have had Cerebral Palsy since birth. For me this is no big deal, it just affects the way muscles are sent messages from my brain, which means that my muscles don't quite work the way they should. This also affects my speech.

As you can see, it doesn’t affect my ability to create PLR - or design websites etc. I'm super grateful for that.

I'm not ashamed of my speech (or anything like that). If you know me, I am really easy to understand. I'm also a public speaker - so speaking in public is no issue for me.

However, speaking online is very different. To understand me properly, you have to listen very carefully until you tune into my voice. I wanted a way that you could listen to me in the background and do other things at the same time - like take notes or try what I'm teaching you as we go.

It is for this reason that I have invested in the best text to voice software on the market… I hope it's worth it!


The following may include affiliate links. This means if you make a purchase after clicking one of my links, I may make some commission. But this will be at no extra cost to you. I only ever recommend things I trust and use myself (or have used). You can use my full disclaimer here.


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