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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Shut the Front Door!

Hiya there peeps 

Shuna here

I just discovered a cool new trick in Powerpoint today!

I was playing around with Powerpoint today and discovered an easy way to save your work as JPEGS/PNGs! 

Did you know that you can insert all your jpegs/png into a powerpoint on different slides?

I didn't

Oh my word 

My world stopped!

This is going to save me so much time!


Pay no never mind to my voice

I am sure I sound like a 12 year old :)

For the record I save all mine slides as png files because they are clearer

The process is the same to save your work as png instead of jpegs

***Sorry Mac peeps but this will only work on a PC***
Peace out Peeps

16 comments:

  1. I have a question for you. I watched the video. Your post says you turned your slides into JPEGS. I saw you turn them into PDF's. Am I not understanding? Also, what is your use for putting them into one file and turning them into PDF's. I am just learning about these things and am curious.

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    1. I create all my products in powerpoint. Once I have finished the doc and have it the way that I want it I then save all those slides as pictures, I like jpegs, so that they graphics are secure. You can find this option under your save as drop down menu. Once I have them as pictures I then open up a new powerpoint and then reinsert the secures picture files in. The pdf makes it further secure so that it can be uploaded to TpT

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  2. WOW!! Thanks for that techie tip!! This is definitely going to be a time saver. I bookmarked and pinned this for future use...Thanks a bunch.
    Crystal
    Ms. Jones’ Junction

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  3. Thanks for sharing a great time saving trick. This will make life so much easier making products!

    Heather
    The Busy Busy Hive

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  4. This was awesome! Thanks for sharing! I can't wait to try this! :)

    …andtheyallfalldown...

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    1. Aww you will love it!

      Now you can spend more time making those pretty covers that you do!

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  5. I know, since I got my mac, I can't do it anymore, and I'm so sad!!!

    Angela
    The Daily Alphabet

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  6. OM~gosh! You saved me a ton of time with a 270 page document! I will pin!

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  7. You are amazing!!!! Thank you so much for sharing this awesome tip!!! I pinned! :)
    Cheryl
    Crayons and Curls

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  8. Shuna, thank you for showing this. I tired it and the pictures (slides) came out all wrong... I am going to keep trying. I hope I can get it working soon!

    Iteachkidsabc@gmail.com
    :o) V.
    Special Teacher for Special Kids

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    1. Did you ever get it to work? Sorry I am just now seeing this

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  9. Ohhh we are giddy! This is a great tip! Do your pages come out fuzzy ever when you use a jpeg? We've run into some troubles when we use a jpeg and the words seem to get fuzzy. Wonder if it's something we're doing...

    Love ya girl! Thanks for the help :)
    ~Christy & Tammy
    Fluttering Through First Grade

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    1. I works for PNGs too! I save all mine as PNGs and they come out super clear

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  10. Just commented but it disappeared. Sorry if this double posts :(

    Such a fab tip! I am trying it out asap! Question for you though: do you ever get fuzzy prints when you use the jpegs? We've used them in the past and sometimes the text comes out fuzzy. Wonder if it's something we're doing or may just be because it's a jpeg.

    Love ya girl! Thanks for the hot tip!
    ~Christy & Tammy
    Fluttering Through First Grade

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