- Select the slide you want to add a background picture to.
- Select Design Format Background.
- In the Format Background pane, select Picture or texture fill.
- Select File.
- In the Insert Picture dialog box, choose the picture you want to use and then select Insert.
How to add a picture as a background in PowerPoint?
- If you want a picture to appear as background without affecting all slides in a Master, change the background settings for the slide. Learn more at Add a picture as a slide background. You can add single or multiple images onto a slide, the slide master, or to the background. Click where you want to insert the picture on the slide.
- 1 Can you embed images in PowerPoint?
- 2 How do you embed objects in PowerPoint?
- 3 How do I customize my PowerPoint background?
- 4 How do I insert an interactive image into PowerPoint?
- 5 How do I make a picture clickable in PowerPoint?
- 6 Can I insert a PowerPoint into a PowerPoint?
- 7 How do you embed an object?
- 8 How do I add a background to all slides in PowerPoint?
- 9 How do I save a PowerPoint background?
- 10 How do you make an interactive object in PowerPoint?
Can you embed images in PowerPoint?
In PowerPoint, you can add pictures from your computer, from the internet, or from a screenshot. To add a picture to your PowerPoint slide, click on the Insert ribbon. In the Images grouping, choose Pictures, Online Pictures, or Screenshot. Select the image you want to add, then click Insert.
How do you embed objects in PowerPoint?
Insert an embedded object
- Click in the slide where you want to place the object.
- On the Insert tab, in the Text group, click Object.
- Do one of the following: If the object does not already exist, click Create new.
- Do one of the following: To display the content in your presentation, clear the Display as icon check box.
How do I customize my PowerPoint background?
To apply a theme (to include color, formatting, effects, in a layout) to your presentation, on the Slide Master tab, in the Edit Theme group, click Themes, and then select a theme. To change the background, on the Slide Master tab, in the Background group, click Background Styles, and then select a background.
How do I insert an interactive image into PowerPoint?
Directly embed the interactive image in the PowerPoint slide
- Open a blank presentation.
- Go to File, and choose Option to the left pane.
- Click Add-Ins to the left pane of the PowerPoint Options dialog.
- Navigate to the location you have installed the add-in.
How do I make a picture clickable in PowerPoint?
Select the image or text you want to make a hyperlink. Right-click the selected text or image, then click Hyperlink. The Insert Hyperlink dialog box will open. You can also get to this dialog box from the Insert tab by clicking Hyperlink.
Can I insert a PowerPoint into a PowerPoint?
Open an existing presentation or create a new presentation that you want to insert slides into. On the Home tab, under Slides, click the arrow next to New Slide, and then click Insert Slides from Other Presentation. Select the presentation that you want to insert, click Insert all slides, and then click Insert.
How do you embed an object?
To insert a copy of your file into another, embed or link to it.
- Go to Insert > Object.
- Select Create from File.
- Select Browse and choose the file you want to use.
- Select Insert.
- Choose Display as icon to embed, or Link to file for a link.
- Select OK.
How do I add a background to all slides in PowerPoint?
On the Design tab, select Format Background. Select Picture From File. To make all slides have this same background picture, on the Design tab, select Format Background, and then select Apply to All.
How do I save a PowerPoint background?
The easiest way is that you open a slide in PowerPoint and remove all the text or image content, so just leave the background in the slide. Then, go to Save As and choose JPG or PNG (or any other image format). Then, specify an output directory and save.
How do you make an interactive object in PowerPoint?
How to do it:
- Click on the object you want to use as a hyperlink (or create a shape with no fill and no outline and place it over the area)
- Go to ‘Insert’ on the navigation ribbon and click ‘Hyperlink’
- Select ‘Place in This Document’ and select which slide you’d like to hyperlink to (see right)