Pictures in Content or Picture Placeholders


Pictures in Content or Picture Placeholders

Created: Friday, February 27, 2015 posted by at 3:45 am


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Placeholders in PowerPoint make it easy for the users to insert any media file such as pictures, video, audio, etc. For Pictures, PowerPoint provides two placeholders Content and Picture. Although both placeholders enable you to insert pictures, there is a difference in the way that pictures behave when inserted within these placeholders. In this tutorial we’ll explore the difference in between Content and Picture placeholders.

Explore the difference in between content and picture placeholders.

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