mrp4352

Saving Jpgs

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I'd like to take some of my .psd files and drop them into a PowerPoint, but when I convert to JPG, I get the white surrounding the image. Is there a way to save them so they act like clip art in PowerPoint?

 

Thanks!!

Michelle

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It's been a while since I used Powerpoint, so I don't recall if it will take .png files, but I think it does. But you will have a white background if you save a file as a .jpg. Files need to be .pngs to not have the white border. HTHs.

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I just had a little play with my Powerpoint and you can insert PNG files and they keep their transparent background.

I was not 100% sure but felt I had used PNG files a couple of years ago when I put together a powerpoint for our Church's anniversary concert.

Frames that are PNG files are really useful in powerpoint.

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Thank you all for the help! I need to get back in - I had tried opening the pngs, but hadn't gotten it to work. But I'll back in and make it work now that I know it can!

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When you are in powerpoint... you go to insert... add picture.. open the file where your PNG is that you want to use and then it should say "insert".

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