Among the many programs and online platforms that we can choose to create multimedia presentations, PowerPoint is the undisputed leader in the sector. This is a program that is part of the Microsoft office suite and that allows us to carry out all kinds of projects of this type.
The quality of these or the results that we are going to obtain here will depend to a large extent on the knowledge we have of the application, and on our creativity. By default we find a huge number of integrated functions that allow us to bring out our imagination to obtain the best results. As many of you probably already know, this is a program that can be used both in personal environments, as well as more professional or related to education.
The multimedia presentations we refer to are carried out through a series of slides that we design one by one. We have several designs that we can apply to each of them, but then our customization tasks in PowerPoint come into play. In fact, it is in the most important part when it comes to attracting attention later. That is why we are going to talk about a design that you can apply in a simple way and that will surely be highly attractive in each of these elements. Specifically, we are referring to the possibility of adding an image as a background to the slides that we want.
We have the possibility of using this photo as a background on each slide independently, or the same for all of them. Everything will depend on the structure of our presentation or the content that we are going to present. Be that as it may, the process is very simple and the result spectacular, as we will see.
Put an image as the background of a slide in PowerPoint
The first thing we should know is that we can carry out this process both in the design of the slides and once we have finished the entire presentation. However, it is recommended to carry it out as we add new slides and use that image as one more element of the project. Well, to achieve what we are talking about, the first thing we do is place ourselves on the slide as such.
Once here we must click with the right mouse button on a blank space to access its context menu. Be careful not to click on some other added object, but on the slide itself. In the contextual menu that we will see on the screen, click on the Background Format option.
After that, a new panel will open on the right side of the main interface with several options to use as the background of the slide. In the case at hand, we opted for Fill with image or texture . Thanks to this function we have the possibility of adding a personalized texture that is part of the background of this element, or simply a photo. Since this is the case at hand, next, we have to click on the Insert button.
The new window is good for the possibility to choose the source from which we want to select the image that we are going to use as a background here. We can choose to use a file that we have saved on the hard drive , an image from the internet, for example. Once the photo is selected as such, we will see that it is automatically set as the background on the slide in which we are located.