Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Using Captions in Photo Album Presentations

Created: Monday, November 17, 2014, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



PowerPoint enables you to add captions for the pictures you add in a Photo Album presentation. Note that by default, the picture’s file name is used as a caption, so if the original file name was “Winter Morning.jpg”, the caption you see on your slide will be “Winter Morning”. Unfortunately it is not possible to get such nice, descriptive names for all pictures — these days most pictures are just subsequent numbers from a digital camera — so a name like IMG06712.jpg is more common! You really don’t want a caption like IMG06712 — fortunately, PowerPoint 2013 lets you change captions too! Before we learn about editing captions, let us first show how you can enable them.

Learn how to use captions in Photo Album presentations within PowerPoint 2013.

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