How to save a PowerPoint slide as a jpeg - Photo by Ursa Bavcar on UnsplashHave you ever wanted to have one of your slides that you created in PowerPoint to be an image inside your word document or even in Excel? Just thought it might be a fun thing to show you that it’s easy to do. So many great things can be done easily and people just don’t know about them.

Here is an example of a PowerPoint slide deck.

example 1

Slide number 6 you would like to have in a library to use as an image in a word or excel report.

  • Double click on the slide to open it.
  • Select File from the tabs.
  • Select Save as from the list.
  • Select where you would like to locate this.
  • Change the name of the item.
  • Change the save as from *.pptx to JPEG or other available image extension.

choice of extensions

You are asked if you want every slide to be saved as an image. Make your choice.

You now have that image as one item in the file and now you can use it anywhere you’d like.

How to insert the image

  • In your desired document place your cursor where the image will appear.
  • Select the Insert tab.
  • Select Insert picture.
  • Select from this device
  • Select the correct location.
  • Select the image.
  • Choose Ok.

Voila! Your PowerPoint slide is now an image in a document.

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