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Slidesgo School: 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 border in Google Slides | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to add a border in Google Slides

Having an organized layout in your slides is very important and it makes it easier to understand your content and speech. Establishing lines, hierarchies and shapes is a perfect way of organizing your information, and borders are what give slides the final touch.  With this tutorial, you’re going to learn...

How to Wrap Text in Google Slides | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Wrap Text in Google Slides

Most of the time, a slide is more impactful when you combine text with images. You can use both to provide context, explain a process with a visual example or make the content more interesting overall.When text and image are present at the same time, it’s best if they don’t...

How to change the background image and color in Google Slides | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to change the background image and color in Google Slides

In any presentation there are two fundamental components: the design and the content. Part of the design is the background you choose for your presentation. This has a significant weight, since with the image or color you select you will be conveying your personal style or that of your brand....

How to make a flyer with Google Slides | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to make a flyer with Google Slides

Are you going to promote an event and need a flyer? Do you want to announce a new offer to your customers and would like to create a leaflet? Or maybe you are developing a special menu in your restaurant and want to print it in a different format? In this...

How to Create a Venn Diagram in Google Slides | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Create a Venn Diagram in Google Slides

If you wish to give an awesome presentation, using diagrams is great because they make your data look nicer and help your audience understand your points.In this Slidesgo School article, we’ll teach you how to create Venn diagrams in Google Slides so you can have them in your bag of...

How to add and edit maps in Google Slides | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to add and edit maps in Google Slides

Map infographics are very useful for any presentation, as they allow you to transmit data quickly and easily.  In this post we are going to explain how to include and edit maps in your Google Slides presentations.   Content When and why use map infographics? How to insert a map into...

How to Add and Edit Tables in Google Slides | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Add and Edit Tables in Google Slides

Adding a table to a slide is one of the simplest hacks available to organize information in an easy-to-consume way. Tables are simple charts made of columns and rows. Because of their simplicity, they fit in almost every presentation and can be used for multiple purposes: from sorting content to data...

How to Change Indentation, Spacing and Line Spacing in Google Slides | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Change Indentation, Spacing and Line Spacing in Google Slides

It is always good practice to include as little text as possible in your presentations, so it’s best if you mention only the most relevant concepts. In order to convey your ideas clearly, you’ll probably want to modify things such as indentation and spacing. In this tutorial, we’ll see how to...

How to Lower the Size of a Google Slides Presentation | Quick Tips & Tutorial for your presentations

How to Lower the Size of a Google Slides Presentation

Google Slides has a big advantage over its competitors when it comes to saving storage space. Since it’s an online editor, its presentations do not take up space on your Google Drive. However, if you need to download the slides or export them in a PowerPoint file format, you might...