How to put a wallpaper image in PowerPoint. PowerPoint presentations need attractive image slides to hold the audience's attention. One of the ways to improve the appearance of your content It is by customizing the background. The Microsoft program allows you to change the image that occupies the entire slide, behind the text and other illustrations that make up the material.

This feature disables the standard image insertion tool, avoiding problems with accidental clicks that can remove the background.

Now that you know what are the advantages of putting a wallpaper image in PowerPoint, follow this tutorial and learn how to put a custom photo in the background of PowerPoint.

How to put a wallpaper image in PowerPoint step by step

  1. Access the tab "Design" of PowerPoint.
    Power Point Design Tab

    Power Point Design Tab

  2. Select option "Background format".
    Format the background

    Format the background

  3. In the fill options, check "Fill with image or texture."
    Image or texture fill

    Image or texture fill

  4. PowerPoint will automatically apply a texture to the background of the slide. Press the button "Image source" to select an image saved on your computer.
    Image source

    Image source

  5. After inserting the image into the background, set the transparency of the photo moving the bar sideways.
  6. By checking the option "Tiled image as texture", PowerPoint uses the actual size of the photo, without resizing.
    Image mosaic as texture

    Image mosaic as texture

  7. You can choose the ideal photo position through some boxes that appear indicating the displacement in percentage values.displacement
  8. At the end, press "Apply to all" to repeat the same background on all slides in the presentation

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