Hey there 🙂
It’s been a long time since I have blogged, so I have come up with some awesome tips & hacks for you all!
- Gif are trendy on Facebook nowadays.
Why wait? Do it now to promote something about your company. It’s very simple to make a GIF.
You can do it there: http://giphy.com/
- You have a PDF to upload but it exceeds limit? Try smallpdf.com
It will compress your pdf and solve all your pdf problems as they say!
- Have to do a presentation & time is limited?
Go to View> Slide Master>
And, write/insert anything on only ONE slide. Then close the Slide Master. You’ll see that this will appear on every single slide. It saves you time & energy to copy paste!
Say, you need to insert pictures on every slide of your presentation, but you need to have the pictures inserted at the same place & position on each slide. Sure, you can do it manually, but there’s the risk of missing it here and there.
So how you do it?
Again, go to View> Slide Master>
On one slide, insert a rectangle or draw lines to position where exactly you want your image to be. Close the Slide Master. Just drag & position your images within the box. All your images will be position in the same place on every slide!
Of course, remove the boxes after!
- Use “Eyedropper” to get the exact color you want.
- Need to search images by specific sizes on Google?
Google Images > Search Tools > Size
- Did you know you can insert any pictures of any size on any layout you want on Canva?
Open Canva > Your custom dimensions > Elements > Grid > Drop your selected grid in your layout > Drag & drop your picture in the grid
The picture will fit in the entire layout, no matter what the size the picture is.
- Need to replace an image in your word document? But, the image should take the same positions & size as the previous one?
Double click on the image > Go to Format picture > Change picture> Browse & locate your image and bingo! It’s inserted in the same place as the previous image, at the same position & in the same size.
That’s it! Anyone not need help to understand those tips, feel free to comment! 🙂