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.
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How to insert a PDF in Google Slides
Adding a PDF to your presentation is a great idea if you want to add additional information to your speech. For example, insert the article you are referencing in your speech, in case someone wants to read it, or add a time schedule when speaking about the organization of your team. There are endless possibilities, and you can discover them all after you learn how to insert a PDF in a Google Slides presentation.
What is Google Slides and what it is used for
Are you familiar with the name Google Slides? Of course, you are! And we are pretty sure that before you have used a Google Slides template for your presentations. However, do we really know what it is and what it is used for?It is a question that may seem difficult to answer. For that reason, Slidesgo wants to explain what Google Slides is and what it is used for so that from now on, you'll never doubt it again. Here we go! Google Slides is a titan of editing and creating presentations. This online and offline platform (you have the advantage...
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 add borders to slides and how to add borders to pictures in Google Slides. Grab a piece of paper and a pen and let’s go!
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 overlap. So you might want to wrap the text properly, which looks nicer and solves this issue. As with PowerPoint, Google Slides does not have an option to do this, but with some smart positioning of text boxes, you can achieve a similar result.
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. In addition, it can help reinforce your ideas and capture and maintain the attention of the public. In this post we will show you how to change the background image and color in Google Slides step by step. Let's get started!
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 tutorial, we show you step-by-step how to make a flyer in Google Slides from scratch. You don't need to have any design skills - you'll see how incredibly easy it is!
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.
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 comparison. In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through how to draw a table from scratch in Google Slides (in just three steps!). And if you’re searching for a more sophisticated look, we’ll also cover how to use pre-designed ones and infographic templates. Let’s go!