Learn PowerPoint 2013 for Windows: Picture Bullets

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PowerPoint provides several bullet styles that you can choose from — but they do look a little canned since almost every PowerPoint slide these days uses the same bullet styles! You could get rid of bullets altogether and use small sentences/paragraphs instead, or maybe you could explore picture bullets — to insert any picture as your bullet. Of course, for picture bullets to work, your picture needs to be small, no larger than a medium-sized dot. And it helps if it has transparent areas. If all this talk about the size and transparency of a picture bullet makes you curious, don’t worry because we explain it all!

Learn how to use pictures as bullets in PowerPoint 2013.

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