Hello! Welcome to my first tutorial in a while, but definitely not the last. I have a big list of things I want to teach you this year. But I thought I would start with a question I am asked a lot: How do we resize pages in PowerPoint?
Trying to resize pages in PowerPoint is a pretty easy task, but there are a few things you need to consider before you do it.
In PowerPoint pages are called slides but it doesn’t matter. As long as you know what I’m talking about.
I think one of the things that puts people off using PowerPoint is that when you open up a new document or presentation you are faced with a wide screen page that is not a standard paper size.
We can forgive PowerPoint for this as it was originally designed for presentations. We can also forgive it because you can set the page size to literally anything you wish. This is why you are able to create so many different types of content.
So, in this video, I talk about how to resize pages in PowerPoint to suit our needs. I’ll go through a few examples and explain things as we go. I am on a Mac not Windows but, for this, they are very similar. Where they are not, I will explain the differences
I hope this has been helpful to you. Here's the links I promised:
My PLR & PowerPoint for Beginners Course (I've given out coupons for this recently so check your freebies or welcome emails)
Does this video on how to Resize Pages in PowerPoint help? Let me know in the comments below...
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!