How to make a Collage on PowerPoint
Presentations don’t only offer you the possibility to share your business ideas and your educational content in a visual way, they are also a white canvas where you can give your creativity a free pass! Do you want to know how to create collages in your slides and surprise your audience? In this tutorial you will learn how to make a photo collage from scratch, you only need to follow a few simple steps.
Steps to create a collage on PowerPoint
- First, you must choose the presentation where you want to start your piece. For this tutorial we have chosen the template How to write a Marketing Plan. Create a new slide and get ready to create!
- Choose the pictures you want to add. You can find lots of free pictures in our sister webpage Freepik!
- Insert them and go to Picture Format > Picture Layout. If you hover over each design, you will see a preview of the collage. Once you have decided which one better fits your slide, click on it.
- Now it’s time for you to resize it and adapt it. You can add text to describe the images you just added, but we believe an image is worth a thousand words, so we have decided not to add anything. If you want the text boxes to disappear, ungroup the design by pressing Ctrl + Shift + G. Learn how to group and ungroup elements in PowerPoint.
That’s all! PowerPoint offers lots of creative designs for collages, and each of them is customizable and adaptable to your presentation. If you need some inspiration for your next creation, take a look at our templates Beautiful Intimate Collage Theme for Marketing and Formal Blue Feeling Collage MK Campaign and then put into practise your new skills!
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