Text Fill from Picture in PowerPoint

Created: Friday, August 10, 2018, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 9:30 am

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In today’s post, I’m sharing a video I created that shows how you can add a picture fill to your text in PowerPoint. This trick works in almost all versions of PowerPoint, although I am using PowerPoint 2016 for Windows in this demo video.

The best part about this trick is that you can use any picture, including a picture from the same slide to fill up the text. This gives the entire slide a unified and understated look.

Do use this trick in your slides, and share your thoughts in the Comments area.


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