You can create banner or poster in PowerPoint simply. The Office suite slide and presentation editor allows you to edit page sizes and formats so that you can make graphs for showcasing events, events, and shows. The user can add images saved on the computer as background, text of various sizes and colors, as well as graphic elements to complement the art design. At the end of the editions, the file can be downloaded in image format, PDF or sent straight to print. Here's how to make a banner using PowerPoint.
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In addition to slides, you can create graphics in PowerPoint Photo: Divulgao / Microsoft
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Step 1. Open Power Point and start a blank presentation.
Opening a blank slideshow in PowerPoint Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 2. Open the Design tab to change the size of the slide. From the menu, choose Slide Size and then Custom Slide Size.
Changing slide dimensions in PowerPoint Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 3. In the dialog box that appears on the screen, you can fill in the dimensions manually or choose predetermined formats. For this example, we select the size A4. Also change the page orientation between portrait and landscape if you wish. Confirm it by clicking Ok.
You can change the slide size manually or by choosing formats predetermined by PowerPoint. Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 4. To add a background image, go to the Design tab and choose Format Background. Then select an image from the PowerPoint catalog or upload an image from your computer by clicking "File."
Changing the background of a PowerPoint slide Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 5. Use the text boxes to add the phrases you want.
Adding Text to a Banner Created in PowerPoint Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 6. To add an image, go to the Insert tab and choose Images. Then select the file in your folder and press "Insert".
Add as many images as you want to illustrate the banner made in PowerPoint Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 7. To add elements and graphic shapes, go to Insert and then Shapes. Select the item you want and adjust its size as you wish.
Graphic elements and shapes may make the banner more attractive Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 8. At the end of the edit, click File in the upper left corner and choose Save As to save the image to your computer or Print to Send Direct to Print.
Banner created in PowerPoint can be saved on computer or sent directly to print Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
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