Google Slides Tutorials

These tips and tutorials are all you need to learn how to add bullet points, music or fonts, among other things. Discover the secrets of Google Slides and edit our templates to get your message across.

How to Add a Bulleted or Numbered List in Google Slides

In this new Slidesgo School tutorial, you’ll learn how to add a bulleted or numbered list to your text. Thanks to this, you’ll be able to list your content in an organized manner, which means it will look clean and well arranged. Content Creating a Bullet or Numbered List Changing...

How to Add Hyperlinks in Google Slides

Having a URL in plain sight in a presentation isn’t very attractive, and this can ruin a nice and well-organized work. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to add links to other documents, websites, multimedia resources or even other slides in the same presentation. Any of the resources included in...

How to Export Your Google Slides Presentation as a PDF File

After you’re done creating a presentation, you might need a PDF version of it so that you can open it in any computer, regardless of the presentation software it has or whether there’s an internet connection available or not. Or, simply, you just want to have a printed version of...

How to Add and Modify Icons in Google Slides

Sometimes, to make the data in your presentation more comprehensible, you can use graphic resources such as illustrations, photos or even icons. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to add, modify the size and change the color of the icons in Google Slides step by step. There are three ways...

How to Change the Design in Google Slides

The layout of a slide can be described as the set of elements that form up the appearance of the slide and thus determine its visual identity. These elements can be text boxes, placeholders, graphic resources, logos, colors, fonts, backgrounds, etc. In short, it's the design of the slides.You can...

How to Add, Duplicate, Move, Delete or Hide Slides in Google Slides

When using a template to work on a presentation, you might want to create new slides, keeping the design included in the template. Or sometimes, you might prefer to duplicate an existing slide to reuse its elements, such as text boxes. In addition to this, you can perform other actions,...

How to Change the Slide Size in Google Slides

When you’re using projectors and monitors to give your presentation, it might not be well-suited for these kinds of screens. Google Slides lets you change the aspect ratio of your presentations between 16:9 (widescreen), 16:10, 4:3 (standard), and custom. Depending on where you’re going to give your presentation, you might need...