One of the great things about designing in PowerPoint is that you can create custom slide sizes. You can use these custom slide sizes for everything from YouTube thumbnails, blog post featured images, social media posts, and more. You can even use them to create low content books! In the video above and written tutorial
In this article and video I dive into how to create blog and social media images with PowerPoint templates. Check out the video above, and if you’d like written instructions, keep on reading. 🙂
If, like me, you use PowerPoint to design your blog, social media, and other images, it’s important to know how to save PowerPoint slides as images. Thankfully, that’s super easy to do and what I get into in this post and video. Watch the video above, or keep reading to find out how to save
If you want to add comic book pages to the mix when it comes to your low content books creation, watch the video above to find out how to design comic book pages in PowerPoint. By the way, if this seems too tricky and you don’t want to mess with it, pick up my bundle
There’s a really cool feature in OneDrive that enables you to embed various file types, such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote on your blog or website. I’m going to demonstrate this in WordPress, but it will work in a similar way on other blogging platforms.