You may want to group multiple objects into one so they will stay together when they are moved or resized. This is often easier than selecting all of the objects each time you want to move them. First, select the objects that you want to group. You can click and drag to select more than […]
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Filling shapes with transparency gradients in Google Slides is a way to create beautiful overlay effects. First, select the shape you want to edit, then click on the Fill color icon on the toolbar. This opens up the color palette. In the Gradient tab, select the option Custom at the very bottom. The Custom Gradient […]
Sometimes, you’ll want to apply a new theme to an existing presentation to change its design. To apply a new theme, click Slide at the top, then select Change theme. Click on a theme to see how your presentation will look. To use a different theme from the ones offered by default, click Import theme […]
PowerPoint and Google Slides are currently the most popular presentation software. Thankfully, both programs have found a way to be compatible with each other’s files, so converting your Google Slides to PowerPoint is easy and straightforward. To export your presentation to PowerPoint, click File, then Download and select Microsoft PowerPoint (.pptx). Your web browser will […]
First remember that you have to be signed in to your Google account. Some users with Google Accounts hosted by schools or companies don’t have full permissions to use files from other domains in order to protect the students/employees. If that is your case please try one of the following: Use a personal Google account […]
Is it possible that you have the emoji add-on installed in Google Chrome? Other SlidesCarnival users have reported problems with this extension and my templates. It is usually solved if you delete the last slide with the example emojis.
You need to have two instances of Chrome browser opened (not two tabs, but two completely independent windows of Chrome). One with your personal account and the other with the company/school account: On your computer, open Chrome. At the top right, click Profile. Click Add. Choose a name and a photo. Click Add. A new […]
Please check that you made the copy in the Google account where you’re looking. If you have more than one Google account (personal vs school/company) maybe your presentation is in one of them. Also, check in your recent files in Google Drive to see if you can access from there.
Yes, Keynote is compatible with PowerPoint presentations. Simply download the .pptx file on your Mac, open the Finder, browse and find the PPTX file. Open Keynote and drag the .pptx file into the software window. Now, you’ll see the presentation in Keynote. You might see some warnings as some elements of the design may change […]
Here you have a list of my favorite websites that offer free design resources (icons, images, vectors, fonts and more) that you can use in your presentations. Free photos Compfight: creative commons search at Flickr Wikimedia commons Unsplash Pexels Raumrot Graphic Burguer Free icons, illustrations and other vector resources Our extra icons and maps for […]
When you change the proportions of the template the app tries to readjust all the elements in it by stretching or shrinking, so some of them may distort. The only solution is to readjust them all by hand in the master slides. A workaround to solve the distortion: Make two copies of the template. Change […]
Unfortunately I don’t offer presentation editing services, as SlidesCarnival is just a side project for me and on my “freelance side” I have a continuous workload from several clients, which doesn’t allow me to assume new responsibilities. I can recommend you: Search for a professional at Envato Studio. They have a lot of presentation & document […]
If you want to learn there are tons of information on the internet about designing presentations. I can recommend you: Presentation design tips How to design PowerPoint presentations that pack a punch Screw you bullet points, rest in peace Presentation Guild Webinars Best Google Fonts And also practice, practice and practice :)
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Unfortunately I don’t offer presentation editing services, as SlidesCarnival is just a side project for me and on my “freelance side” I have a continuous workload from several clients, which doesn’t allow me to assume new responsibilities. I can recommend you: Search for a professional at Envato Studio. They have a lot of presentation & […]