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Putting a background picture on a Powerpoint Poster

  1. Open powerpoint
  2. Start with blank slide. Below are directions for adding a faint photo to a background. If you just use a color, pick a very faint one. Solid color backgrounds use too much ink and take too long to print.
  3. Under file, page setup, make 56” wide x 34” high
  4. Under view, Master, slide master
  5. Click on second level, then close
  6. Insert – object
  7. Format – picture – color – watermark
  8. Under View, slide
  9. Now cut and paste your other pieces of the slide on, and they should appear over the faint picture.

    LINKS Poster setup - see sample posters

    page 1 - poster content

    Page 2 - Design of poster

    Page 3 - Putting a background photo (optional)

    Page 4 - printing poster with [David Murray Memorial] Science Center Room 450